Everything Related to the Steelpan Instrument and Music
RIP Edwin. It was an honour to have known you. Your legacy will live on as a testiment to your dedication to the pan culture. An extraordinary talent.
To the Pouchet and Silver Stars family, our condolences. Edwin both you and Junior have left us with sweet music that will never forgotten. My brother, sister and I have been followers since our teen years. Memories that will last forever. R I.P.
There are so few that is born with this talent of creating music but this family
had two good ones , to the memory of Edwin and all that he gave to the culture
of Trinidad & Tobago.. year after year R.I.P your music from the heavens
shall play on..
My pray's goes out to the Pouchet's family and to Silver Stars and also the Steelband nation.Please except my condolences for the lost of a great arranger and panman in Mr Edwin Pouchet,God love us all.May he R.I.P.
To the Pouchet Family,
Expressing concerns, he braved his health and arranged for our band.
In 2010, our band placed second in the National Single Pan Competition with Edwin Pouchet's arrangement of Tonight the Black Man Feeling To Party.
Extending our sincerest condolences,
Manager, Captain and members of San Juan East Side Symphony Steel Orchestra.
Condolences to Silver Stars and the Pouchet family.
Condolences to the Pouchet Family - May they find comfort in the arms of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Condolences to the Pouchet's family and silver stars may he rest in peace.
MY profound condolences to Christine,the girls,Edwin's immediate and extended Family and,ofcourse,the"SILVER STARS" Steel orch., on the passing of my "little brother"...It has really hit very close to home,being a member of the band under
the leadership of his older brother,the incomparable Junior"Edgar"Pouchet...We have lost a TRUE TROUPER ......
May his Soull rest in PEACE...
Goodbye!! My Brother....'till we meet again...
I was fortunate to practice with Junior and Edwin Pouchett in their yard in Cocorite approx. 1953 for a short period. The band was named GOLD COAST and then became "Silver Stars". I lived in Belmont and found this was long ride to Cocorite. I finally became a member o Dixieland until 1956, I migrated to the USA soon after. Condolence to the Pouchett Family.
Charles Assevero, Plano Texas