HISTORY OF NA LEO

3 high school friends Nalani Jenkins, Lehua Kalima and Angela Morales won Hawaii's biggest high school talent contest, Brown Bags to Stardom, in 1984. Their winning song, an original entitled "Local Boys", hit radio by storm, launched Na Leo's career, and remains the #1 selling single in Hawaii history. 

  • ​Signed to Sony Japan in 1996
  • 23 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Hawaii's Grammy) including Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Group of the Year .....
  • Hit Songs: Local Boys, North Shore Serenade, Flying with Angels, I Miss You My Hawaii, Poetry Man, Rest of Your Life, You Don't Remember, Just My Imagination, Saving Forever, and more ..... (see our songs on iTunes or Amazon)

 HOLIDAY 

​​​OUR NAME

Our name, Na Leo Pilimehana, was given to us by Holoʻua Stender, our music and hula teacher at the Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu in 1983. In Hawaii it means "The Voices Blending In Warmth". Holoʻua recognized something within us that even we didn't really see yet. Later, overtime, it was shortened to "Na Leo" simply meaning "The Voices". Hawaiian people believe that your child will become whatever you name it, and it's our belief that the naming of our group was defining moment in our career. Our style was then, and always will be, one of soothing, melodic voices-harmonizing and uniting in warmth. 

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  • Rest Of Your Life3:23
  • I Miss You My Hawaii4:44