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Radio Hula is another Open G adaptation of a song written in the 1920s, as radio was becoming common in the Hawaiian Islands. This arrangement was done by Hal Kinnaman, based a bit on one popularized by slack key master Ledward Kaapana. It is a bit more challenging than most of our other Taro Patch tunes, using repeated triplet eighth notes on a single string. This lesson also includes thoughts on improvising and making the song your own.