Frankenreiter’s new album, Revisted, features Hawaiian versions of ten songs from his first album. But it’s not like the singer / songwriter is channeling his inner Don Ho. Instead, Frankenreiter, who moved to Hawaii two years ago, re-recorded the songs using Hawaiian instruments like ukuleles, lap-steel and slack-key guitars as well as other instruments native to the islands.

For example, check out this video from Revisited, a re-working of Frankenreiter’s “Heading Home” featuring Hawaiian instruments as well as art inspired by his seven-year-old son’s artwork. The vid gives you a pretty good idea of what Revisited is all about. And it’s hardly “Tiny Bubbles.”

But Revisited isn’t the only album Frankenreiter is releasing this year. His fourth studio album, Glow, lands in stores this fall.

Frankenreiter’s tour begins with a two-night stand in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., at the Culture Room June 30-July 1. Other stops include Orlando at Club Firestone July 3; Isle Of Palms, S.C., at The Windjammer July 6-7; Myrtle Beach, S.C., at House Of Blues July 9; Virginia Beach, Va., at Jewish Mother July 11 and Dewey Beach, Del., at Bottle And Cork July 12.

Other East Coast towns on Frankenreiter’s “to play” list include Jacksonville, Fla., Asbury Park, N.J., Nantucket, Mass., and Portland, Maine. The artist also plays Japan’s Aug. 1 and Denver’s Aug. 14.

For more information, click here for Donavon Frankenreiter’s website.