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Hawaiian Hi-Fi is an internet radio station streaming 24/7 on Live365.com. All music taken from a personal collection of more than 2,300 Hawaiian vinyl record albums. The era of the LP (Long Play) record is celebrated featuring island recording artists, lounge acts, mainland & overseas easy listening orchestras & vocalists, steel guitar & exotica. Enjoy a sizzling pupu platter of music from the 1940s through the 1980s...authentic AND kitsch.
These are collected videos from industry speakers and events at the UK Rumfest.
The festival was founded by Global Rum Ambassador Ian Burrell in 2007, who was keen to promote rum as a drink. Burrell had worked in the drinks trade as a bartender since 1990. In 1998, he had started working with the Jamaican rum distiller, blender and bottler J. Wray and Nephew Ltd. The company initially employed Burrell on a part-time basis, leading to a full-time role in 2003. Burrell subsequently worked for other drinks brands on an ad hoc basis and with organisations such as the West Indies Rum & Spirits Producers Association, which represents several different Caribbean rums.
The UK RumFest has inspired and led to the formation of rum festivals and fairs all over the world including The Miami Rum Renaissance festival, the Berlin Rumfest, Paris Rhum fest and the first rum festival in Mauritius.
Tiki Bar TV was one of the first webseries ever to grace the prestigious "computer internet". They poured their first cocktail on March 15, 2005 when friends gathered in a Vancouver apartment with a vague idea for a show. For the next several years they served ad-libbed, sauced-up tales of barroom adventures. Eventually the bar ran dry but the magic never did.
From the channel: "How to Drink is a show about making drinks and how to drink them! My name is Greg and I live in NYC, one of the centers of the cocktail universe, and even though I've never worked in a bar I sure enjoy making and drinking cocktails. When I can I'll be weaving this show into my other loves like classic movies. Ok, that's enough bio for now, let's make some drinks."
This channel has several playlists, and this link is for the Tiki Playlist but feel free to explore.
Duke and Lola explore Atomic Era Vintage Lifestyle Events, People, Places and More. Primarily in the Pacific Northwest, but also world wide. Love Classic Cars, Tiki, Rockabilly, Burlesque, Mid Century Modern, Vintage Spy Movies, Pin Ups etc? This is the show for you!
This YouTube channel features a TV show dedicated to exploring the travel, history, cocktails, art, music, and the people of the American Tiki culture. The host, Jim Stacy, is an Atlanta born Actor, Television Host, Illustrator, Writer, Producer, Decorator, Designer, Performer, Chef, Makeup Artist, Costume Fabricator, Movie Monster, Santa and Clown. He has owned multiple restaurants and works in Georgia's Film Industry as a Set Dresser and Fabricator. He's had shows on PBS, Destination America and Cooking Channel. He has won multiple Emmys, Tellys and Gabbys for his work.
Ray Wyland lives in Seattle, WA. His YouTube vodcast episodes are about Tiki culture, Tiki drinks, and doing Tiki bar reviews. Anything related to the Tiki lifestyle.
Spike (Matt Marble) is the lead singer of the Hula Girls. His home bar is The Breezeway and he runs a regular Friday night cocktail hour show broadcast on YouTube where he makes classic tiki cocktails, using the books of Beachbum Berry, and often has special guests ranging from tiki luminaries to Playboy playmates.
Welcome to Tiki Central Canada with host Craig Stephens and co-host Cameron Warriner as they talk about tiki drinks, the history of them, culture, tools and ingredients that will make your mouth water. Their witty humor as they pass on information... and some stories!! Enjoy and subscribe to the podcast!
Fiberglass Jungle features the very best in Surf and similar guitar instrumentals from around the globe and across the eras, with an emphasis on the Surf revival. Jonpaul Balak presents the very best in recordings that fall under the wide instrumental Surf Music umbrella. This base encompasses the “pre-surf” instrumental Rock n’ Roll tunes of the late 50s, the classic “First Wave” originators of the early 60s, the “Second Wave” bands of the late 70s and early 80s, the crossover, genre-blending “Third Wave” bands of the 90s, the cutting-edge, description-defiant melting pot of current-day innovators, as well as a healthy dose of Spaghetti Western, international styles such as Japanese Eleki and Finnish Rautalanka, Surf-Guitar-based Exotica, Easy Listening, and Crime Jazz.
Join Tiki Brian as he travels to different locations on Exotic Tiki Island while playing vintage Hawaiian, Exotica and Island related music from his personal LP record collection. Get ready to travel back to an island paradise with swaying palm trees, cool gentle ocean breezes and golden sandy beaches. Plus there will be a few surprises along the way. So lay back in your hammock, take a sip of your favorite cocktail, relax and enjoy some wonderful vintage musical treasures with Tiki Brian.
Join Kooper in the Sydney Penthouse as he spins the very best classic and neo lounge along with the most interesting characters of swank join him for a chat on this weekend podcast.During the week Koop posts his music only Cocktail Nation Evenings at the Penthouse show where you can enjoy cocktail jazz at the end of your day. Follow Koop at the offical facebook page @cocktailnationradio
Interviews and music for your home tiki bar...
A podcast for Texas Tikiphiles, and all around fans of tiki culture!
From their Facebook page: "Zen Tiki Lounge is an audio podcast and blog. We produce a free audio podcast focusing on tiki culture and lifestyle. Get Exotic cocktail recipes, party tips, event updates and the best exotic tunes. Tune in to hear Sunshine, Pumpkin, Starshine and Kalani in an inebriated conversation with great drink and music. We are "the tiki bar that lives in your head."
Kevin is a very knowledgable rum aficionado who is plugged in to the tiki scene and tries all the latest rums and liqueurs and cocktails, takes meticulous notes, then posts amazing podcasts with thoughtful and intelligent analysis so you can live your very best cocktail life using his advice. Should you buy that $90 bottle of rum that just popped up on the shelf? See what Kevin says first!
From Kevin's website: "Having plunged headfirst into rum (and tiki drinks in particular) in 2009, I've created a space to share rum-related information while at the same time learning how to podcast.
I've given rum-related talks at multiple events, including at the Rum Rhum Club at the Tonga Hut North Hollywood and at Tiki Caliente. I've also conducted small rum and cocktail sessions for smaller private groups."
From the creator: We play the best old school and new school Exotica, tiki, lounge, South Seas music, surf, Space Age, bachelor pad sounds, groovy Latin, Brazilian beats, private eye and sultry cocktail jazz to soothe the Midcentury savage beast….or wake him up! Either way, it’s always just what your tired, overworked body needs to wind down from the drudgery of the past week! Step into Exotica Ville, where the drinks are always cool and the music’s always hot! Hand me that Mai Tai! It’s 5 o’clock somewhere! Hang ten, baby! Cheers and Aloha!
You can also listen to our shows on FM 99.9 KUPR-LP and KUPR.ORG Saturdays 5-7 PM MDT!
The "Inside the Desert Oasis Room" podcast eavesdrops on stimulating and entertaining conversations with various artists, mixologists, collectors, historians, enthusiasts and more while they enjoy a round (or two) of tropical cocktails and usually takes place in The Desert Oasis Room, the Polynesian inspired hideaway of Adrian Eustaquio. On occassion, the podcast makes a "field trip" to record in other equally themed home spaces or at live events.