So far just about all the sax shirts I've seen are just a lame innuendo. While some of them are okay, some are just plain bad. What are your favorite sax shirts?
Lemme know when it's humunukuapuaa day! I just stuck that in there so the thread would be easier to find with the search engine...hakukani said:I've decided to go with a 'sea life' theme on all of my new Aloha shirts.
Today's shirt has a swordfish theme.
Tomorrow is ahi day.
The next is angel fish.
I can't find a decent aloha sax shirt.
I haven't found an aloha shirt with humunukuapuaa yet. I've only seen it on a T shirt.jrvinson45 said:Lemme know when it's humunukuapuaa day! I just stuck that in there so the thread would be easier to find with the search engine...
The little big band I play in actually does this tune as a vocal feature. Every time we play it, our 70 year old bass player, who had a lifetime career in Honolulu and the west coast, tells a different story of his various experiences with the tune.jrvinson45 said:If you are interested in the pronunciation of the name, it was immortalized in the song "Take Me Back to My Little Grass Shack" by several Hawaiian entertainers and also by Arthur Godfrey back in the '50's. Hakukani will of course remind us of WHERE the little grass shack was...