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Broadcast Saturdays

January 31, 2013 at 04:29PM

Mahalo to Nonstop Honolulu's Tracy Chan for getting the word out on Do this! for this month's Broadcast Saturdays. Show starts right after the Night in Chinatown Street Festival is finished. It's gonna be EPIC!

Broadcast has moved to Saturday night, and the lineup this month is sure to draw in a crowd. The night features local hip-hop artists Beat Rock Krew, Pro, PRIE, Grip, KC Lyn and Jason Tom, with DJs Monkey and Syn on the decks.

Nextdoor; Saturday, Feb. 2 at 9 p.m.; $5; 18+

Source: http://www.nonstophonolulu.com/blogs/do-this-jan-31-feb-5/

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Year of the Snake 2013

January 30, 2013 at 04:39PM

There's a lot going on this Friday and Saturday at Honolulu's Chinatown for the Chinese New Year celebration, year of the snake and Hawaii hip-hop. This past Saturday, January 26th, I performed a beatbox set at the Chinatown Cultural Plaza's Moongate Stage for the Chinese New Year Festival (hosted by the United Chinese Community Coalition).

This week, you can catch me this First Friday, February 1st, 7:00PM, at the Chinatown Cultural Plaza's Moongate Stage for the Chinatown New Year Celebration (10AM-10PM, hosted by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii).

Then this Saturday, February 2nd, I am performing on two stages for the Night In Chinatown Street Festival (10AM-10PM, hosted by the Chinatown Merchants Association), 6:00PM at the Smith Street Main Stage and…

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Broadcast - Saturday Night Jump Off

January 29, 2013 at 12:58PM

This Saturday, February 2nd, Jet Setter presents Broadcast "Saturday Night Jump Off" at Nextdoor.
Live performances by KC Lyn, Jason Tom, Prie, Beat Rock Krew, Grip, Pro. Also there will be DJ Monkey and DJ Syn.
18+, doors open at 9PM, see you there!

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Thank you for sharing your nuggets. Very creative. I Like how you mention "pulling weeds by its roots rather then cutting it".

It was great to hear,good inspiration and nice to know from a different perspective of how we can look at life so thank you for the message

Great nuggets of wisdom! I especially love how you rephrased "Live each day like it's your last" to "Live each day like it's your first." Amen!

I met him on the dance floor at Ong King and he hasn't forgotten the few details I shared about myself.
Soulfully said already, Jason has a way with making a person feel worth. He has a light from inside that drives his love and talent out into the world and into your eyes ears and heart. Keep spreading the you Jason Tom!!

Jason is undoubtedly one of Hawaii's most thrilling entertainers. Reaching out to his community and uplifting others is deep in his blood. On stage he is a class act, and offstage he is a genuine influencer, a teacher of faith, a perseverer, a trailblazer, and a friend to many (including me). I ran into him with my family a few years ago at an Ala Moana show, where he approached me and told me to "check this out." AWESOME beatboxing ensued.

Consider it lucky to have such a well-rounded, dedicated entertainer who is not only able to put on a spectacular show as an innovative beatboxer but also is able to step off stage and infect others with all the plethora of care, enthusiasm, and optimism that he carries in his heart.

He is Jason Tom - and, ladies and gentlemen, he's a good one

The worlds #1 beatboxer!

A super energetic performer and entertainer.

Though I've never met him, he appears to be a holistic individual who emphasizes on being healthy spiritually, mentally and physically. I believe this is what has driven him to achieve his goals and kept him running the race :)

Upbeat, both in personality and in art. A connecting force in the community and music circles. Fresh energy in the international beatboxing realm. Innovative niche-maker in Hawaiian entertainment. Christ-follower. Someone I have known for years and am glad to call friend. That's Jason Tom to me.

Jason Tom is living proof that dreams come true if you work for it! He is a mentor, an inspiration, and continues to be humble through all his achievements. He is a friend to all!

Some people tell you about their dreams. Jason Tom actively pursues it every day.

Jason (or “Spidermon” as I used to call him in Highschool) can be perceived as a bit shy on the surface. He is still the same kind and genuine person as before except now more well-known. He is ready to bust out his beatboxing talent anytime and anywhere and share his passion with anyone willingly to learn and listen.

He exudes a special type of charisma that you can’t help but to feel inspired in his presence. Because you can see the overflowing passion in his eyes while it also tugs at your soul. I know he attributes much of his success and opportunities to GOD, but he is a super hard worker who is constantly working to improve his craft and himself. Because he never settles for just good enough.

The most important thing (I believe), is that he has not forgotten he is human-- who lives and hurts just like the rest of us. But he is able to turn the negatives and use it as incentives for positive development.

If you ever have doubts in yourself, Jason is the living proof that anything is possible.

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Jason Tom is my very talented friend...in my eyes and experience he is one of the world's best beat box entertainer and a master at his talent in rythms and beats and tones...very first time I saw and met him a few years ago at a event in Aloha Tower Honolulu, when i heard him I knew then he would be as good as he wants to be...keep it up my friend
Rolando Sanchez

Jason is very talented. He can sing, beatbox and draw!

Jason Tom is a pioneer of the art of human beatbox in Hawai. Artist, Educator, Creative Entrepeneur.

Jason is an amazing beatboxer who captures his audience with his talented array of beats. His desire is not to keep his talent, yet to inspire others to grow their ability to stardom. Generously gives his time and talents to delivery a positive message while he was volunteering for MUSIC WITH A MESSAGE for almost a decade reaching over 10,000 to 20,000 students each year high and middle schools.

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