Love Rebel Concert brings the heat

  • Big Island vocalist Jeannine Guillory-Kane performs. (Steve Roby/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Thursday’s concert opened with Kona singer Binti Bailey doing a cover of En Vogue’s “Free Your Mind” and Stevie Wonder’s “Master Blaster.” (Steve Roby/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Big Island musician Ann Hoku Lyn, and her mighty nine-piece band, served up a mixed bag of old-school funk, R&B, and reggae for an unforgettable show last Thursday at the Kahilu Theatre. With the house lights partially up, some of the audience got in the groove early, finding space to dance without hesitation. (Steve Roby/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Big Island musician Ann Hoku Lyn, and her mighty nine-piece band, served up a mixed bag of old-school funk, R&B, and reggae for an unforgettable show last Thursday at the Kahilu Theatre. With the house lights partially up, some of the audience got in the groove early, finding space to dance without hesitation. (Steve Roby/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Big Island musician Ann Hoku Lyn, and her mighty nine-piece band, served up a mixed bag of old-school funk, R&B, and reggae for an unforgettable show last Thursday at the Kahilu Theatre. With the house lights partially up, some of the audience got in the groove early, finding space to dance without hesitation. (Steve Roby/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Reggie Griffin and Ann Hoku Lyn perform at Kahilu Theatre. (Steve Roby/Special to West Hawaii Today)

Big Island musician Ann Hoku Lyn, and her mighty nine-piece band, served up a mixed bag of old-school funk, R&B, and reggae for an unforgettable show last Thursday at the Kahilu Theatre. With the house lights partially up, some of the audience got in the groove early, finding space to dance without hesitation.