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Global - It’s March and that means this is Women’s Month. It is the month when we celebrate the contributions of women to the world. Normally - as it is a When Steel Talks tradition - we highlight the month through a series of articles and interviews with the female movers, shakers, and up and coming stars.
Let's not forget the great women who were awesome and unwavering supporters of the steelpan music art form who have passed on since our last roll call. Keep the late Glenda Gamory, Dr. Pat Bishop, Dr. Geraldine Connor and Allyson Hennessy among others in your thoughts.
We will continue the WST roll call of the Women in Pan from previous years. Add your name, or the names of women globally, that are involved, or should be celebrated, for their contributions to and/or love for - the Steelpan Instrument and Artform below.
Celebration of Women
and the Steelpan Art Form
Sisters in Steel - A Tribute To Women In Pan
Their Story, Their Voice, Their Life, Their Dreams, Their Passion
Dotsie Perez played bass and guitars(?) with Tripoli in the late 50s. Caspar Durant should be familiar with this.
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