• The Study this week in the study bar

    • SUNDAYS

      Jeremy Cheng

      7PM - 10PM
    • MONDAYS

      Kaleo

      7PM - 10PM
    • TUESDAYS

      Alex Oasay + Jeremy Cheng

      7:30 - 10:30PM
    • WEDNESDAYS

      Melaniie + Drew

      6:30-9:30PM
    • THURSDAYS

      Simple Souls

      6:30-9:30PM
    • FRIDAYS

      Tahiti Rey

      6:30-9:30PM

    ICE CREAM SUNDAY DJ

    10PM - 2AM

    The Study sounds different during Ice Cream Sundays (10 p.m. to 2 a.m. every Sunday night), when Honolulu DJs Anit and Compose will spin you into a trance. (Frozen indulgences sweeten the scene.)

    KALEO

    7PM - 10PM

    Kaleo Vai is a Hawaii boy, ukulele player, longboard surfer and an avid singer/songwriter. But before you pigeonhole his tunes to the next luau-themed playlist, try to recall having heard Brazilian bossa nova enter the Hawaiian music mix. “You just have to feel it,” he says of the Latin rhythm. “Essentially, you play bossa nova like you ride a wave.” Kaleo Vai is a nod to his Hawaii middle name, Kaleowai’olu, which means, “the voice/sound of sweet water.” After spending the last few years fine-tuning his craft and composing music for Hawaii musicians, Kaleo is releasing his second studio record, “Overhead.” A tribute to those moment when you must decide to charge ahead or hang back – picture that set rolling in, that stranger passing by, that empty stage – Kaleo’s version of Hawaiian tunes is sure to catch you off guard, and make you feel right at home.

    ALEX OASAY + JEREMEY CHENG

    7:30 - 10:30PM

    My music is influenced by Hawaii because of the many diverse visitors that come to visit here, I try to play music that hopefully everyone will enjoy no matter where they are visiting from.

    What is different about performing at THE MODERN HONOLULU is the atompshere. From the beautiful hotel to the view of the sunset, there are not too many venues like this. I enjoy playing at THE MODERN HONOLULU because of the people, the clients are always friendly and the staff here always go out of their way to help. This is one of my favorite places to perform.

    MELANIIE + DREW

    6:30-9:30PM

    Melaniie has been singing before she could even walk. Her burning passion for music eventually pushed her in the direction to follow her dreams. She started singing as a featured artist in the latter part of 2012. When it comes to music, says Melaniie, “It is the only thing that feels right. It is the one thing that can make everything in this whole wide world okay. It soothes my soul.”

    SIMPLE SOULS

    6:30-9:30PM

    Simple Souls, the acoustic incarnation of established musical group, Kanalo, has been performing together since July 2003. What was initially a dare to play aside from their established band, Kanalo *which was then a four-piece band), turned into a new passion for “unplugged” music and a fresh acoustic sounds. Simple Souls holds it down with an acoustic guitar, percussions, two vocals and a killer list of songs.

    TAHITI REY

    6:30-9:30PM

    Regularly in The Study, Tahiti Rey, a Hawaiian-born singer/songwriter, won a Hawaii Music Award for her debut album, Acoustic Beauty. Rey’s voice set to Alan’s guitar blends smoothly into The Study’s subtle sexiness. Request a signature cocktail and drink it all in.

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    • MONDAYS

      Alex Oasay

      5PM - 8PM
    • TUESDAYS

      Cory Oliveros

      5PM - 8PM
    • WEDNESDAYS

      Tahiti Rey + Sean Cleland

      5PM-8PM
    • THURSDAYS

      Cory Oliveros

      5PM-8PM
    • SATURDAYS

      Kainalu

      5PM-8PM

    ALEX OASAY

    5PM - 8PM

    My music is influenced by Hawaii because of the many diverse visitors that come to visit here, I try to play music that hopefully everyone will enjoy no matter where they are visiting from.

    What is different about performing at THE MODERN HONOLULU is the atompshere. From the beautiful hotel to the view of the sunset, there are not too many venues like this. I enjoy playing at THE MODERN HONOLULU because of the people, the clients are always friendly and the staff here always go out of their way to help. This is one of my favorite places to perform.

    CORY OLIVEROS

    5PM - 8PM

    Cory Oliveros has been entertaining for the last 18 years and through the years has acquired an extended repertoire of different styles of music.

    TAHITI REY + SEAN CLELAND

    5PM-8PM

    Regularly in The Study, Tahiti Rey, a Hawaiian-born singer/songwriter, won a Hawaii Music Award for her debut album, Acoustic Beauty. Rey’s voice set to Alan’s guitar blends smoothly into The Study’s subtle sexiness. Request a signature cocktail and drink it all in.

    CORY OLIVEROS

    5PM - 8PM

    Cory Oliveros has been entertaining for the last 18 years and through the years has acquired an extended repertoire of different styles of music.

    CHRISTIAN YRIZARRY + FRIENDS

    5PM-8PM

    A "feel good" Hawaiian interpretation of today's popular music. We love the music of a number of popular national acts today, i.e. Bruno Mars, Adele, Maroon 5, Pharrell, Jack Johnson, John Mayer and John Legend to name a few. We give a polished, island style interpretation of the music of performers we admire. Our mix of the consummate island instrument (the ukulele) and the warm tone of the brass (saxophone) are 2 elements that make our performance unique and a must see.

    KAINALU

    5PM-8PM

    I would describe myself as a singer/songwriter and I would best describe my music as acoustic soul. A mix of folk, pop and soul with influences, both in Hawaii and out of Hawaii. THE MODERN HONOLULU is unlike any [place] that I've ever played at/seen before. It's the vibe that makes it unique. It's classy, contemporary and sophisticated. And the mix of people who come through are always looking for good music.