Clayton's Birthday with Children of Pop, Hawaiin Boi, Sunglow @Hang Fire

click to enlarge Hawaiin Boi (right) poses with the man of the hour, Clayton Walsh (left). - EMILY EARL
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Hawaiin Boi (right) poses with the man of the hour, Clayton Walsh (left).

SOMETIMES, you just need to show your bartenders some love that goes above and beyond a really good tip. Hang Fire’s Clayton Walsh, also a co-founder of art collective Fist City (scope the album art they created for Crazy Bag Lady in our feature), is the guest of honor at this wild hodgepodge of an evening. And a worthy guest he is.

“He’s everyone’s favorite bartender, he’s been a leading role model in our community, he contributes to the Savannah art scene, he has an incredible mustache and always sets the trend on the hottest hairstyles,” notes Adam Intrator, a.k.a. Hawaiin Boi. “He’s so extremely buff and I would say is one of Savannah’s most finest bachelors.”

Raise a glass and drop the beat.

Houston, Texas’s Children of Pop make a dreamy, darkly-shaded kind of ambient house music with—yep—pop structures. Sway your hips and tap your toes with cool ease.

Hawaiin Boi is the solo project of Intrator, who also performs in Triathalon: as the sole member, Intrator crafts island-ready R&B tunes that highlight his airy, dreamy croon.

Hang Fire's resident dance party starter, Sunglow, carries the festivities into the wee hours of the night.

About The Author

Anna Chandler

Connect Savannah Former Arts & Entertainment Editor Anna Chandler started writing about music after growing hoarse from talking about it nonstop. Born in Tennessee and raised in South Carolina, she has been a proud Savannahian for 8 years. She sings & plays guitar & accordion in COEDS and Lovely Locks.
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