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New York, USA - “....now I just love to play; it's in my blood. I feel like I'm a part of this somewhat secret society because there are many people in the world who still do not know about Steelpan today.

“....I do love to teach, especially technique. There are many kids and adults who have never seen a pan before let alone played one.... I believe pan should be in every school just like the piano, violin and other instruments, etc..”

She is one of Brooklyn's finest panists. In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks - panist, performing artist and passionate music educator Lakeisha Danglade shares her reflections, experiences and views on Pan, and the steelpan art form overall.
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Your grandfather also played for tropicana  steel band before playing for Kintups./This band was located at 50 Cascade Rd at the backyard of a residence


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