RythmTrail Steel Drum Band has officially joined the blogosphere and will share the wonderful stories associated with the steel drum band and people who are entertained by it.
Steelpans (also known as steel drums or pans, and sometimes, collectively with musicians, as a steel band) is a musical instrument originating from Trinidad and Tobago.
In the Caribbean, steel drum bands are very popular with the tourists, but you can enjoy the sweet Caribbean sounds anywhere in the United States and around the world with RythmTrail.
RythmTrail steel drum band located in Florida travels everywhere to entertain guests whether it’s for a tropical styled beach wedding corporate event, or a private party.
As the band travels, this blog will leave a trail as it chronicles the life of these pannists and the people whose hearts are warmed by the music.
What experience have you had with a steel drum band, and how has it touched your life?
Congratulations on the bold new step that you have taken. As a former steel band player, I’m interested in hearing your stories on the road to success. Cheers!
Sure will Steel drum music is in high demand over here
I’m living in the Caribbean where steel pan is our life, we listened to it playing all throught the year. listening to the steel pan music makes me feel so relax and and peaceful. I love the sound of steel pan and i wish i could hear you guys play. keep up the good work.
Music is the food of love keep up the good work god bless you.
continue to use your talent to glorify the lord
music is the food of life so let the steel pan play on.
our culture….love steel pan and it relaxes the mind……listenin 2 steel pan give u a great feelin so we give it a try…….
En cote-by -Bob Marley- one good thing about music when it aches you feel no pain!!!keep the free spirit of music through steel pan!!
great job keep it up.
keep up the good works
The sweet sounds of steel drums,the feeling of happiness it brings! RythmTrail delivers for its audience each and every time!! Continued growth and success in your performances and travels…
you r really skilled at what ur doing. congrad and keep it up
You guys are doing a fine job. Keep up the good work. There is need for more steel drumming in our society.
RythmTrail – passion, creativity,ingenuity at its best!
Music that is soothing to the soul.
Congratulations! Love the rhythms on your Trail…Keep doing it well!
Love the site especially the gallery…sweet Caribbean pan music:)
GREAT JOB!! your steel drum performance would definitely make an event successful. Blessings
“I can share my experience……Once Ephraim is a part of RythmTrail you got more than your money’s worth……..Great Muscian…..”
Steel Pan music will never grow old.
Congrats Bro.. Keep doing big things… Continue to deliver that RYTHM and keep blazing the TRAIL…BLESS!
Hi Ephraim, I have to say that your music is absolutely fantastic and you are doing an great job. I look forward to hearing you music again soon. Keep up the good work buddy.
Hi Ephraim, You’re the best in the business! Hope to hear your sounds at an event again soon!
Great musician! True talent! Congrats E .. keep up the good work. Pan lives on through your great work.
Feeling so down,can do well with some steel pan music to put me in the festive spirit.
LOVE STEEL BAND/ LOVE UR POST!
very impressed at the strides u have made and continue to make…..its not everyone that gets the opportunity to do what they love to do! so dont stop!!!!!
I’m loving your steel pan music Ephraim~~Keep up the good work!!!!
All the best on this new venture…i love to hear pan played in church. My two best experiences with pan music though was not in Guyana but Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados (heard a great rendition of “She’s royal”). Much success to the band!!!
I must say, you’ve taken steel pan to very high levels. Keep up the hard word. Thats what you call doing what you enjoy.
It’s an honor knowing that the best steel band on this side of the country is ready to play for you.
I guess it all started in your home and then ST Pius Catholic Church, but it’s great to see the strides you are making and more so keeping steel pan alive. Keep the vibes flowing my bro.
Having a Caribbean touch of class can add so much flavor to your wedding. Rhythm Trail Steel Drums gives soothing music that you’ll treasure. Years of experience have added to his natural talents and so Ephriam plays renditions from his musical repertoire that is filled with euphoria that will make your wedding the best. I have sang with him for years so who knows better.
Hey Ephriam, when r u blazing a trail over to Germany so I can tell my friends I know one of the best, most talented musicians this side of the hemisphere? I love steelpan music. There is nothing to compare it with. The sound of those drums brings happiness to my heart. Keep on keeping pan alive!!
Great sounds! keep the vibes alive bro.
Truly some good vibes played through this group
Great music and very professional service
Beautiful Music!!I remember how magical you made my cousin’s wedding with your sounds:-)
Very enticing music…..always leaves me mesmerized ….keep up the great work…keep steel pan music alive
Its good to know that the steelpans are still alive! Keep on playing guys!
I have heard Rythm Trail for years back home in Guyana. I am not surprise that this company is a force to reckon with where quality music and service is concern.”de man got skills”, so just keep on playing my friend.
Rythm Trail played at my wedding and it was a great investment. The steel pan music gave it a Caribbean feel and the DJ was great for a price I could afford. Me and my wife were very very pleased.
I’m glad you were happy with the music at your wedding.
Hit me up on facebook and let know how you are doing.
Way to go Ephraim. Always knew that the insatiable love for music that you have will make you ‘big’ one day. Must tell my friends in Florida to give you a call for their parties.
Hey Ephraim. I’ve been digging some of your demos…outstanding making me miss my days of steel pan. you should create a link and use some of your demos as ringtones. Keep up the outstanding work.
Roland I saw an old pic on Facebook of the Holy Spirit Steel Drum Band before we go on stange to perform for festival of carols at Brickdam Cathedral. Sure brings back memories, I wonder where is everyone now.
Hi Ephraim, I love what you doing you got playing steel pan in your blood since Bishops’ days
Thanks so much for this! I have not been this thrilled by a post for a long time! You have got it, whatever that means in blogging. Well, You are definitely someone that has something to say that people need to hear. Keep up the great work. Keep on inspiring.
The music was great refreshing my brother play on and spread your wings like an eagle
Hey Ephraim it is so good to c u still playing those pans this must have been your dream keep the good work going
Great Job keep up the good work
Pan music always take me back to my childhood, especially Christmas time, and it was such a pleasure listening to rythmtrail. I think you guys sound Good. Keep up the good work Ephraim.
Pleasure listening to rythmtrail… maybe you should come home and play sometime 🙂
I will sometime
Love you guys, keep up the wonderful job:)
Music is the food of love – whether is love for God (Gospel) or for one another. The steel pan is a really exceptional musical instrument and listening to it can take you to the greatest heights. It puts one in a fantastic mood and calms the soul should one be experiencing turmoil – so PLAY ON!!!!!!
Kudos, to Rythm Trail Steel Drum Band for keeping one of the caribbean’s greatest musical instrument alive. Steel drum music is so unique…..keep up the good work.
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I enjoy you playing steel pan music you sound very good and I can just relax n enjoy it all. Keep up the good works MR.E ADAMS
I am so happy to see that you are still playing pan music. It was a passion of yours since the days of Holy spirit Church. Follow your dream and do what you love to do best. All the best. Your fan from GT. Love always, and continue to play sweet pan music.
Hope to play for the Holy Spirit folks again sometime.
I always enjoy the sweet sounds of Steel Pan. It allows me to imagine myself on a beach under the sun with a nice cold drink in my hand! Definitely needed during the cold winter months that I must endure here in Canada! Keep up the good work and looking forward to seeing you in action.:)