Kekoa Kane is a powerful reminder that music has a magical, unseen quality of power that can move one to tears, evoke feelings of love and intensity, create a peace that settles deep into your na’au, or move a massive crowd to action.  His soulful and passionate vocal abilities seem so mature for a person of his age.  His grasp of vocal control is amazing, whether he is singing Hawaiian Falsetto, an R&B ballad, or a hard-driven Reggae composition. 
Kekoa has been in the music business since he was 4, cutting his musical teeth in a musical family.  By 13, he had already been cast as a solo singer in multiple school productions and won multiple musical competitions. He is a formal Brown bags to stardom winner, winning best male vocalist, best musical performance and beat original song composition. He has held the “Clyde Sproat falsetto champion” tittle on the Big Island  for the past 3 years, and now one of Hawaii’s Multi Na Hoku Hanohano Award winners.
Presently, he performs regularly in Waikiki and other venues that foster the growth of local Entertainer.  His repertoire includes a specialty in Hawaiian music, but a passion for all musical genres including R&B, Island and Progressive Reggae music.  He is currently working on his original music and looks forward to continuing to amaze the masses with his commanding presence and surprisingly impressive vocal range.