This letter is to Earl LaPierre.
It seems that the problem of non-air of steel pan music is Caribbean.
As you may know, even in the birthplace of the steel pan, Trinidad, steel pan music gets little air play, except these days as the Soca Warriors play on.
I have been saying over the years that the panists must get together and have their own radio station to play pan music.
DJs don’t get sponsors for pan music. Maybe you should get a web site and stream your pan music. It is cheap and doable. The future of steel pan music lies on the internet. Can I get your CDs in Brooklyn to buy?