Pan Magazine was founded in May 2014 by Ted Goslin, based out of Long Beach, Calif. The site was established to help provide news and thoughts from the most knowledgeable people in the global steelpan community.
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Ted Goslin, Writer/Editor/Publisher
Ted has been involved with the Steelpan for over 18 years. He first began playing in the North Torrance High School #10 Tin Can Band, originally led by David Beery and Jim Webb. Goslin continued on after high school, performing with the band PANic All-Stars, led by famed jazz drummer and Pannist, Chris Wabich. The band has performed all around the country, including Iowa, North Carolina, Phoenix, and internationally in Finland with the Steel Pan Lovers band. The band also performed and recorded with legendary Pan artist, Len “Boogsie” Sharpe. He went on to perform regularly with the CSULB Steel Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Michael Carney and later, Dr. Dave Gerhart. Ted continues to be involved today with the instrument, performing with his own band, Pure Steel in and around Los Angeles.
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Lee Goslin, Advertising
With a background in project management for aerospace companies like Boeing, TRW and Northrup Grumman, Lee has demonstrated a willingness to do anything needed to get the job done. As a professional in another field, Lee developed skills in writing and editing that made him an ideal choice to join team. Not to mention, his background performing and assisting with various steel band groups in Southern California with his son, Ted.
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Solomon Daniels, Editorial Consultant
An award-winning writer in his own right, Solomon has gained notoriety in the car audio industry as Editor-in-Chief of Mobile Electronics magazine, as well as principal owner of PR marketing firm, the Solomon Daniels Group. He has provided knowledge and guidance in many forms to help the magazine become what it is today.