Al Kealoha Perry was created in Kohala, Hawaii, to a Hawaiian mom and English dad. He began performing in 1929 using the Aloha Temple Shrine Chanters, and in 1935 he led the Honolulu Hale Glee Membership. The latter performers became the “Hawaii Phone calls” program’s Performing Surfriders when Al Perry became a member of Webley Edwards. His wife Kathleen maintained the Willows cafe. While some information had been released under Perry’s name, he’s most widely known as musical movie director on most from the a large number of “Hawaii Phone calls” information. As musical movie director from the long-lived and enormously well-known radio and tv series, the venerated Perry marshalled and organized for the many skill of Hawaii and Polynesia, while Edwards narrated and provided this program to millions.