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Representing the stee;pan in everyway possible.as a panman.

My comments may be offensive to many,,but let the truth prevail,,i,m on this website When Steel Talks to express my feelings in  a possitiv…

Started by jerome ebenezer clarke in Uncategorized

3 Oct 26, 2011
Reply by Cecil hinkson

Remembering Lovely Latavia... Despers USA Steel Orchestra Tenor bass player

New York, USA - .- Miguel Reyes’s The Last Band sung by Peter D’Royce was the last Panorama piece lovely Latavia Deane got to perform with…

Started by Pan Times in When Steel Talks Exclusive

1 Oct 26, 2011
Reply by Ian Franklin

Panmen to collect $1.5m this week

Panmen to collect $1.5m this week Published: Wed, 2011-04-27 22:41 Keith Anderson Some $1.5 million will be paid to panmen th…

Started by Royce Russell in News

21 Oct 26, 2011
Reply by BEDE LOPEZ

Govt sues 3 over G-Pan rights

Govt sues 3 over G-Pan rights   October 23, 2011   Government has initiated legal proceedings against Prof Brian Copeland and two associate…

Started by Terry Samuel in News

3 Oct 25, 2011
Reply by MC Joseph

Vignettes of Pan History - The Montreal Story

Pan  magazine (the brain child of Dalton Narine and Les Slater) remains simply the finest steelpan music publication ever printed.  WST rev…

Started by Pan Times in When Steel Talks Exclusive

6 Oct 25, 2011
Reply by Cecil hinkson

Who were the Pannist sent to represent T&T at the 1967 Expo World's Fair in Montreal, Canada.

This group was the official home based band in the T&T Pavilion and played daily. Some of the players were Knolly from the Coast Guard,…

Started by glenford peters in Steelband Music

24 Oct 25, 2011
Reply by Cecil hinkson

Trinidad born bandleader Edmundo Ross has passed away

Trinidad born Latin  bandleader Edmundo Ross has passed away . He lived to be 100 years old. He popularized the  Latin American music sound…

Started by Glenroy R Joseph in Uncategorized

3 Oct 23, 2011
Reply by Robert

Talking about stolen Caribbean songs "Rum and Coca Cola" the foremost international superhit of calypso

The greater the superhit the greater the possiblity of it being copied in some form or fashion. That's why Record companies try to recaptur…

Started by Steve Taylor (Sidd) in Steelband Music

20 Oct 23, 2011
Reply by Alicia O

The foremost creative guardians of calypso, pan and dance are leaving and the there is no sight of intenational status for these industries.

First Allison Hezekiah, then Pat Bishop, now Jeraldine Connor.  These are icons in the culture of T&T. They propagated for the culture…

Started by Steve Taylor (Sidd) in Steelband Music

1 Oct 22, 2011
Reply by Terry Samuel

Pan tuners fear the worst as drum dilemma worsens

Pan tuners fear the worst as drum dilemma worsens | The Trinidad Guardian The nation's pan tuners are sounding the alarm that their livelih…

Started by Pan Times in News

12 Oct 22, 2011
Reply by Peter Gray

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