From the ghettos of Falmouth, Jamaica come the legendary Twinkle Brothers, who began in the ’60s with real brothers Norman and Ralston Grant. As young children—with no money to buy instruments—they made their own out of tin cans and fishing line and learned to sing in their Sunday School classes, in the church of Anglican Diocese. Following their musical passions, by 1970 they were being produced by Bunny Lee on the Jack Pot label, and entered the Jamaican Song Festival, placing third. Shortly thereafter they formed their own label, Twinkle Productions, and to date have created more than 60 albums and use their living legacy to promote and support the works of developing, roots-oriented artists. Their travels have taken them “all over the world, from Scandinavia to Saskatchewan,” and now they’re coming to Maui to share their—more poignant than ever—simple, profound message of love.