Category Archives: News
Check out these great photos of our sunset performance at Northwest Folklife Festival during Memorial Day weekend. The energy of the Mural Amphitheater crowd is always so massive and positive at the closing reggae party, and it was an honor … Continue reading
Super excited to announce we’ll be performing at Upstream Music Fest, headlining the da808music stage on Friday May 12. Tickets available now!
Check out these amazing photos by Absalom Shantz from the Superhero release party at The Crocodile. Nothing but love in the room! Mahalo to the braddahs from Stay Grounded for warming the stage for us! Special thanks to the youth … Continue reading
Here it is! The Superhero official music video! This is an important one, one that has the potential to start conversations that we need to have if we’re ever going to change things for the better. And it all starts … Continue reading
These are the new Skype Valentine’s Day Mojis! See the one with the coconut? If you send it to someone you love via Skype instant messaging (just click on the red heart in the picker and choose the coconut from … Continue reading
Coming soon! Brand new single and music video! Drops on Valentine’s Day 2017. Pre-order on iTunes and Google Play starting January 31. Kore Ionz performs at The Crocodile on Saturday, February 18! All ages! Get tickets at www.thecrocodile.com. #Superhero
Just got the call to open for Bunny Wailer at Showbox at the Market on Thursday, April 14. So excited to warm up the stage for the legend! Don’t miss this! Get tickets at www.showboxpresents.com.
As a kid growing up in Hawai`i, I’ll never forget the times my grandfather would take us to Sam Choy’s Breakfast, Lunch and Crab on Nimitz Highway for those special family celebrations. Uncle Sam was proclaimed “Hawaii’s Culinary Ambassador,” is … Continue reading
It’s Friday the 13th! Super stoked for The Huffington Post to premiere our new music video for Starship from the Feels Good EP! You ready to leave it all behind? A better tomorrow awaits! Now that you know, don’t forget … Continue reading