IZ Fan Stories contest!

Posted on 08. Nov, 2013 by in IZ

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We want you tell us your Facing Future/Israel Kamakawiwo’ole story with a video or a picture!

• Submit a video telling us how his music/the album changed your life by uploading your video and sending us a link via commenting on this post, or email: https://www.izhawaii.com/Contact/

OR
• Submit a picture and a story that demonstrates how important that music and IZ have become in your personal life. Send via private message or email: https://www.izhawaii.com/Contact/
• Did you know IZ or get to meet him? Describe how, where and what happened.
• Do you have an autographed copy of this CD or any poster, hat, Tshirt? Take a picture and share it with IZ fans everywhere.
• Submissions can be anonymous, but feel free to include your name and location!

IZ’s music has touched people around the world and the emotional response of the listener is exactly what music should do!

As an added bonus, we will pick ONE submission to win an IZ prizepack! A T-shirt, the entire IZ CD collection (Facing Future, Alone in IZ World, IZ in Concert, E Ala E, N Dis Life, Wonderful World) IZ, The Voice of the People book, and a hook necklace!

Submissions will be accepted til December 31st, 2013!

Submission Agreement: By submitting your materials for inclusion in the 20th Anniversary Facing Future promotion, you are granting permission to Mountain Apple Company/Big Boy Records to use those materials for promotional purposes and are warranting that you have the right to grant this permission.

One Response to “IZ Fan Stories contest!”

  1. Robert Mumby
    9 November 2013 at 11:45 am #

    The first time I saw and heard Iz was at an office Christmas party somewhere around 1975-6. I worked in the Honolulu Mayor’s Information and Complaint Office and Frenchy Desoto, the manager of the Waianae Satellite City Hall, organized our party at the Waianae Military Recreation Center. The Makaha Sons of Niihau provided the entertainment. That may have been before their first recording and all the original gang were there including Henry “Skippy” Kamakawiwo`ole, Iz’s older brother who looked like his twin. They of course stayed for food and to talk story.
    When No Kristo, their first album came out, I bought it right away. The “Freedom of Makaha” song was really funny and pretty much true.