Norman Fua'alii Thompson, Jr., or"Bruddah Norm" as most people know him, hails from a long line of local musicians and composers. Raised in rural Laie, on the island of Oahu, Norm spent many happy hours singing and "jamming" with his very large family.
"Just The Norm," showcases Bruddah Norm's fabulous vocal skills and song writing ability which reflects strong family ties. "Hawaiian Born," about Norm's Polynesian family and Laie's rural lifestyle, quickly became an island music classic, while "High School," with its updated "do-whop" style, has become a staple at island high school graduation ceremonies.
"Good Love," merges Bruddah Norm's Island R&B style with producer Bob St. John's rock rhythms to produce a solid, dynamic sound. R&B romantics will appreciate, "The Rest Of My Life," and Reggae fans will go for, "Love Me."
This collection of music, with some of his biggest hits, has proven itself to be anything but "Just The Norm."