I was reading the Maui Weekly online and felt compelled to write to you about a concert we saw on Friday, Jan. 4, at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
I am a huge country music fan, and although most people from Hawai'i may not know it, Steve Zuwala has a pretty good following on the Mainland--and there is a reason why.
His music is great, that's for sure. He has a number of hit singles. But what makes him so great is his attitude about his music.
At every concert (and I've seen a few), he gives much of the credit for his success to God, his band, and his family and friends. He seems to do more benefits than most artists and is happy to do them. Such was the case Friday night.
He spend time plugging the Maui Food Bank and asking attendees to consider donating during intermission and after the show--and most of us did!
My point is I've seen quite a few artists on perform on Maui, but most pale in comparison to Steve's generosity and concern for others.
For me and my husband, this concert was the best we've seen (even compared to our recent Garth Brooks show) and we left the show singing Steve's song, "Toes in the Sand."
If you ever get an opportunity to see Steve Zuwala live again on Maui--go! Few shows leave you wondering why they were only $25!