[MUSIC] There is only one War that makes even the most liberal of liberals sing with glee. That would be the band War, who pumpin’-hydraulicsized their way into our classic album collections with jazzy funk-rock hits like “The Cisco Kid,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” and my personal favorite—(um, it has nothing to do with my Hispanic heritage, by the way, or my predilection for chromed-out ’67 Camaros)—“Low Rider.” But also appearing at this Tsunami Victims and Maui Food Bank Benefit Concert are: International Pasteles, Curtis Williams & Hip Pocket, The Celtic Tigers, Cheryl Rae and Friends, Jean Pierre & his Jazz Ensemble, Sounds of Samoa, Memories of Elvis, Zacc Kekona & Piilani Arias and Raiatea Helm. Tickets can be bought in Kihei at Hapa’s, Horhito’s and Beach Road Records. In Wailuku at Request Music. In Kahului at Bounty Music and Shapemaker Fitness. In Lahaina at Hoopai Security, call Kenneth (Bruddah K) Hoopai at 870-0830 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.