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Steelpan Ace Shawn Thwaites & wife Sabreen combine Pan and Vocals in Lebanese performances

Lebanon - Double second steelpan musician Shawn Thwaites and his wife vocalist Sabreen Thwaites have been away from US shores since December 2008. The talented duo has been delighting audiences as they already have back home, but this time around while touring Lebanon.

Their main performances have been delivered in the cabaret-style setting of the “Music Hall” - one of the biggest and best known venues located in the center of Lebanon’s capital, Beirut. Interestingly, Sabreen herself previously graced that stage back in 2008, but as part of the world famous Harlem Gospel Choir. In celebration of Women’s month in March, the Thwaites also performed for the United States Ambassador to Lebanon, Michele J. Sison, at the US Embassy in Beirut.

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Pan moving on, keep it up.
Your right brother, thank you.

Peace and Pan
Good job. I last saw you proformed with tha Trin- Jersey Youth Group a few years ago. You and your wife,continue with your journey
Will do, yes that was a awesome show. Thank you and take care.
Nice one. The folks from the Oasis Youth Steel Orchestra of Newark, New Jersey are proud of all the Thwaites' accomplishments and their association with the Oasis Youth Steel Orchestra. http://www.panonthenet.com/articles/nj/oasis2005.htm
Thank you Oasis we need to do some more work in the future. Please keep intouch and say Hello from myself and Sabreen.
HI shawn & Sabreen Keep up the blessed work
Kenneth Clarke
Thank you Kenneth, I have to make a trip to Trini to hang after this trip.

love you,

Shawn Thwaites
where can i hear what you do. anything on the net, utube? cd's fore sale? I play double seconds too. Thanks

I also have some Youtube clips you can search by my name.
Congratulations Mr. Thwaites. Keep up the great work you are doing.

Thank you I really appreciate the blessings. RIP Bevon Black a true panman.


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