Single Pan Bands - Preliminaries, South/Central Region - Trinidad & Tobago Panorama 2017

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Trinidad & Tobago, W.I. - Jah Roots will be the first south-based band to be judged as the National Panorama Single Pan Band Preliminaries continues.

Playing the band’s arrangement of Aldwyn Roberts’ “Sixty-Seven,” Jah Roots which hails from Ernest Gardens, Warden Road, Point Fortin, is led by patriarch Jessy Lessey.

Nine bands are listed in this region and will be judged before a four-person panel at their respective panyards starting Friday January 20th with the first four bands while the next five will be heard on Saturday January 21st.

Two of the nine have opted for songs/tunes composed by Austin Lyons. They are Highlighters (“Fete”)  and Pan Angels (“Signal To Lara”). New Age Trendsetters is playing “Nani Wine,” composed and sung by Edwin “Crazy” Ayoung.

The order of appearance is as follows:-

Order of Appearance - Single Pan Bands - PRELIMINARIES - South/Central Region

Position Single Pan Bands Arrangers Tunes of Choice  
Friday January 20th -- 7:00 p.m.
1 Jah Roots The Band Sixty-Seven  
2 La Romaine Super Vibes Garvin Williams/Hudson Henry Full Extreme  
3 Highlighters Jason Farrell Fete  
4 Shades In Steel Dante Pantin Showdown  
Saturday January 21st -- 2:00 p.m.
5 Rio Claro Koskeros Kenny Pascall Johnny  
6 Kings Row Retro Riddum Aquil Arrindell Judith  
7 Edinburgh 500 Steel Ensemble Andre Boldan Doh Stop This Party  
8 New Age Trendsetters Curtis Jones/Myles Phillip Nani Wine  
9 Pan Angels Junior Jackman Signal To Lara  

The competition continues on Sunday 22nd January and Monday 23rd January in the Eastern Region from 3:00 p.m.

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