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Podcasting in paradise. A father, husband, and web geek in Hawaii offers music and musings on food, family, and whatever else comes to the mic.

Customer Reviews

Good job Ryan!

I found this podcast through "The Transmission," the bese podcast in all of history, forever. I missed Ryan and Jen so much after the Transmission closed down, and then I found HawaiiUp (cause Ryan mentioned it on the Transmission)... this one is great also! Very interesting stuff! Keep up the good work! P.S. come back for season 3 of LOST! :) !!!! 3>

Back Home Again!

I lived and worked in Honolulu, Hawaii as a disc jockey and program director for KGU radio for eight years in the early 80's and moved back to the mainland in the late 80's. Needless to say, I have missed the Islands terribly ever since. I recently discovered HawaiiUp on Itunes Ipod and I have been hooked ever since. Ryan does a wonderful job of keeping me up to date with what’s happening in the Islands and the latest Hawaiian music artists. I feel like I am back home again with family and friends. Good work Ryan and thank you for all you do. Aloha Nui Loa ……Doug La Vallee

HawaiiUp is great to listen to

I've listened to every episode of HawaiiUp and thoroughly enjoy it. I love keeping up on what is going on in Hawaii and love the pop culture sessions with Jen. I actually spend a week every year in Hawaii and this keeps me looking forward to my next trip. I actually got to meet Ryan on a recent trip to Honolulu and he's even more interesting to talk to in person. Keep up the great work Ryan!

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