Elima

Christmas in Hawaii

Elima

Thu · December 14, 2017

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$17.50 - $45.00

Parties of 5 or more must be booked directly with the nightclub by calling 415-394-1167

 

There is a $20.00 per person food and beverage minimum and an 18% gratuity is added to all checks

Doors open 90 minutes prior to the performance for food and beverage service.

Seating is assigned by the Maître d’ based on purchased party size and section.

Patrons are offered seating choices whenever possible

Guests may be required to check coats or bags that do not fit comfortably in the seating area

Parental guidance is recommended for some performances

All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges

Elima
Elima
Elima is five individuals from five different backgrounds who play an eclectic range of music from traditional and contemporary Hawaiian to pop/soul, R&B and rock. They combine superb vocals with the smooth beat of the Cajon and the rhythmic energy of the bass for pleasing harmonies and melodies. Each band member brings their own style of music to the group whether it is the blues, bluegrass, Broadway or rock n’ roll so that there is a little something for everyone in their shows. Their Feinstein's at the Nikko debut will be a celebration of the release of their debut CD Thrive.

Sherrell Lee is the lead vocalist and has been performing Hawaiian music for over 14 years and also participates in musical theatre as well as her own solo projects throughout the Bay Area. She is influenced by Bette Midler, Etta James and Ronni Spector as well as her grandfather who played ukulele and sang at all family events.

Waddy Dacay sings and plays rhythm/lead guitar. He was born on Kauai, Hawaii and prefers the blues, jazz, reggae and rock music. He also performs regularly with two other island style bands in the Bay Area.

Vince Arroyo is a percussionist that has been marching to the beat of his own drum since he was a kid hitting the table, cups and glasses with hairbrushes, silverware or anything he could find to use as a drumstick. When not performing, Vince pursues his interests in design and technology.

Rory O’Neill plays Bass and is the musical foundation of the group. His influences include Stanley Clarke, Les Claypool, Bootsy Collins, Steve Harris, and Geddy Lee. O’Neill feels there is something special about sharing the language of music with the audience. He also plays bass for another Hawaiian band as well as a Bluegrass band.

Kevin Lam hails from Oahu, Hawaii and has enjoyed playing guitar for 22 years. He rocked many music venues such as the living room, bedroo0m, garage and backyard before getting gigs with Hawaiian bands covering a wide range of musical genres. His preferences and favorite artists change on a weekly basis but currently include streaming the “Skrillex” station on Pandora.
Venue Information:
Feinstein's at the Nikko
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102
http://www.feinsteinsatthenikko.com/