Everything Related to the Steelpan Instrument and Music
Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - “My vision is for Trinidad & Tobago to embrace the steelpan instrument and we can make the steelpan industry become as lucrative or more so than the oil industry.”
And when it comes to Pan she is keeping it 100. No doubt it is a lifetime love affair. The “Pan Jumbie” lives in her 24-7-365 days a year. In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks, the immensely multitalented Ke Shari J’knysa Caesar shares her deeply personal feelings and insight into her relationship with the Steelband music art form and culture.
“If I could, I would love to have a governing body of steelpan that is invested in the furthering of the steelpan movement and the well-being of pan musicians, and not in personal gain.”
Good wish Ke Shari J'knysa!!! And much success in your PAN JOURNEY!!!