‘I don’t know why’: My love of music was the best thing that ever happened to me
I’ve known my entire life that I love music.
My mother taught me to play the guitar and I learned to dance.
I loved my dad who died in a plane crash while I was still a kid.
I grew up in Hawaii where my father taught me the rhythms of Hawaiian music and I was obsessed with Hawaiian music, which I love so much.
I am a big fan of Hawaiian musical instruments, but I am also a huge fan of Hawaiians.
I started listening to Hawaiian music in my late 20s.
I love the rhythms and melody and the sounds and the melodies that are part of Hawaiian songs.
When I was a kid I would always listen to the Hawaiian music of my grandfather, but that’s not what I was listening to anymore.
I was singing Hawaiian music on the radio.
I didn’t listen to a lot of Hawaiian rock or hip hop or soul music.
I’m not into hip hop.
I grew up with Hawaiian and I grew old with Hawaiian songs, but when I was in my 20s I would listen to old Hawaiian songs on the Hawaiian radio and I would love them.
But then when I got older I stopped listening to them because I wanted to be a musician.
I don’t have a favorite Hawaiian music.
I know that I am very good at playing Hawaiian music because I grew to love it.
It was a joy for me to be able to sing and play the music.
But I was never a great musician, so I didn, too.
I am not an outstanding player or singer.
I have never been a great singer.