Warmest regards from Trinidad. I especially love when you play all of those pan pieces from New york steelbands that are so out of my reach. I am enjoying your programme immensely, moreso when you play Bradley's pieces. Keep on trucking.
Hello Pan Radio,
Thanks for featuring some pannist of the world.
I have a CD from my nephew, Glen Franklin jr., who is the grandson of the late Mr. Lincoln Noel. How does one qualify to be featured on your programme? P:S: I thought that Mr. Greenidge's CD, "From the Heart" was released in '03
Just now tuned in to Pan Radio. Looking forward to listening to Victor Provost in particular, my new Tweeter follower.
While I have your attention. We at Woodshed Entertainment Collective, the Caribbean Jazz blog, invite you and the rest of the When Steel Talks family to Take a Poll on Caribbean Jazz at WEC. And spread the word.
Keep up the good work. I've been a visitor to your site off and on over a long period. I am sure that the entire pan community is grateful for the priceless contributions you are making. Thanks a mill.
My name is Frank from Pennsylvania, USA. I am a 44-year old Database Programmer/Financial Analyst. I stumbled upon your website one afternoon while working in the office. I was longing for the glorious, joyful pan music experienced while on various tropical vacations during my life. I was so impressed with Pan on the Net’s music and the joy it brought to my heart, I immediately signed-up as a When Steel Talks member.
Also, I purchased the WIADCA 2008 New York Panorama DVD (unfortunately I made the transaction before I became a member so I missed out on the getting the free 2003 Pan In New York DVD).
I have fell in LOVE with your 2.20.2009 Peoples Place playlist. Is there any way I can purchase the music on this playlist without having to buy individual CD’s?