The Eno Islanders are North Carolina's finest purveyors of early Hawaiian string band music. They play 20s and 30s swing and traditional Hawaiian music on period instruments with great respect for Polynesian culture. Instrumentation includes acoustic steel guitar (National Tricone), ukuleles, upright bass, slack key guitar, banjo and other devices to celebrate the moment. The players are multi-instrumentalists and move among different instrument configurations and lineups to include other genres such as piedmont blues and Appalachian old time.
No cover charge.