2 hour show showcasing the songs of Lynn and Thayne Taylor with their band NTO
Lynn & Thayne Taylor with NTO playing originals and a variety of music. Come on down and enjoy beautiful scenery and good music!
Show starts at 8pm and goes until 11pm. Rock, Jazz, Fold Rock, etc. - Island Vibe, an indie band that really know how to rock the place!!
This Friday Night in Hanapepe the NTO band will rock your world! Starting at 7:00 p.m. at Storybook Theatre’s Outdoor Stage some of Kaua’I’s best musical talent will merge into one sound for your listening pleasure. These seasoned musicians and songwriters know how to entertain an audience. The veteran players will present a show that will take you on a musical journey – from rock'n roll to blues; from country rock to jazz to soaring ballads. Dynamic original songs and classic favorites will have you up and on the dance floor.. There is a $10 suggested donation at the garden gate which is located behind the American Savings Bank in the center of town. Part of the funds raised at the event will be used for Storybook Theatre’s Forest Camp Scholarships and other program offerings for young people.
Anniversary Sale at Kauai Music & Sound Great Deals!! Non-stop music, free food!! - Lynn and Thayne Taylor with NTO perform at 1pm
Label: Raku Music
Manager: Thayne Taylor
“If the true purpose of an artist is to bring beauty into the world, then Lynn and Thayne have done this on their debut album “Watercolor Dreams”. The songs vibrate a deep chord within the soul of the listener. Not ear candy, but soul food.”
Chris Birkett, producer
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"Moonlit Kalapaki Bay created a surreal background as “NTO” band members captivated the audience with powerful performances and great musical chemistry onstage. “NTO” band members consist of seasoned and talented studio musicians, songwriters and producers who came together following Lynn and Thayne Taylor’s Songwriter’s Showcase in October 2010, which was also hosted by JJ’s Broiler. Seven band members graced the stage with electricity that ran from their instruments and voices all the way through the soles of the audience."