Exodus plays Long Time for the National Panorama 2024

Republic Bank Exodus Steelband, one of the most popular and successful steel orchestras in Trinidad and Tobago, delivered a stunning performance of "Long Time" by Arrow at the National Panorama 2024 large bands' preliminaries on Monday, January 22. Long Time is a classic Soca tune that is beloved in the Caribbean region and a favorite for steelbands to play.

The band, based in St. Augustine, East Trinidad, showcased their musical skills and versatility with a dynamic and energetic rendition of the song. "BJ" Marcelle's arrangement was appreciated and received a standing ovation from the band's adoring fans.

As noted in a previous post, this competition will be very difficult to judge. One would hope for less tied scores and, most of all, to see Exodus move on to the next round of competition. We wish them continued success.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
National Panorama 2024: Large Category Preliminaries, Eastern Region
Band: Republic Bank Exodus
Tune of Choice: Long Time
Arranger: Terrance 'BJ' Marcelle
Origin: St. Augustine, Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Steelband

Original Song by: Arrow
Arranged by: Leston Paul

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