My name is Bram, and I am Dutch. I have always loved many different kinds of music, but in the past decades I became especially interested in Latin, Caribbean and World music. But I was always working very hard in my career as a scientist, and never played any instrument myself, until was nearly entering ´la tercera edad´. I learned to play the conga´s, and later the bongos, and I love the sounds of these instruments. When I was playing at a jam session in the Jalon valley, one of the musicians suggested that I would fit well in the Poco Loco Band. I contacted the leader, and a couple of weeks later I was playing with the band! I try to incorporate a variety of Latin rhythms in our music. I love our live performances, seeing how it cheers people up and how gets them dancing.

I also have a strong interest in ´cross-over´ or fusion music. Therefore, I took a few years ago the initiative to combine our beautiful steel-drum sound with  that of pop music, including a vocal part. That resulted in the CD Steelin´ Pop, by Enrico Garcia and the Mezclado Band, on which five members of our band play.

“Poco Loco Steel Pan Band played for us at a private party. The filled the event with beautiful music and got everyone dancing"

– Ayden Johnson


“I love them. I will definitely recommend Poco Loco Steel Pan Band to my friends and family.”

–  Liam Ansley


“I am so oooo bloomin excited!!!!! Watched your videos and think your all fab. Can't wait for the next gig"

– Keith Gates



email: Calpe, Spain

 Linda +34.665 15 98 55 (English/Spanish)

Verena (German/French/Spanish)+34. 666 89 56 75

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My name is Jacinta. I'm from Holland and I have been playing for 12 years in the band. 

I play the double guitar which plays the off beat and other bass lines in the music.

Our group is great because we are totally international.

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Hi, my name is Linda and I have been playing with the band for about 7 years now. 

I started playing double guitar but then got moved onto the Melody Pan.

I love playing this music and being in this group. It brings a smile to my face when we all get together and create magic.

For about two years now I have been leading the group.

Hi I'm Miquel and I'm from Teulada. I joined up with Poco Loco after hearing them practice in a local park near my house. It was such an interesting and different sound that I had to go down and investigate what instrument was being played. I had never seen or even heard of the steelpan!!

I love playing with the band and we have lot's of fun together.

I'm Maja, born in Switzerland and I live here in Spain since 5 years. I play the tenor pan. I met the Poco Loco band in 2014 for the first time. I knew the steelpan music from my holiday in the Carribean. I was fascinated by the players and the pieces they were playing. When Verena asked me in January 2016 if I want to join  the group, I gave it a try, even though I did not have any experiences. It was one of the best decisions I ever took. 

My name is Peter and I was born in London probably when the first steel bands started to play there in the 1950s. When I started teaching in 1974 in a school near Brixton, a part of London with a large Caribbean community there was a very successful steel band programme for the students but unfortunately not for teachers. I had to wait a few more years,47 in fact to start. I have been so lucky to now join Pocoloco Steel Band now and have at last realised my dream of playing the Steel Drums. I have been welcomed into the band and enjoy playing with a very friendly and encouraging group.


This steel band was founded in 1989 by a Swiss woman and since then I am there. I led the group for about 12 years.
Until 2016 I played Melody and now I'm a bassist and I still enjoy it. *this music and the band is my baby. I am the life and soul of the band!

I'm Swiss and music and dance are somehow part of my life. Years ago, during a holiday in Guadeloupe. I danced with enthusiasm to Steelmusic. One day a Linedance friend asked me,if I would like to play Steeldrums, she was looking for a successor. The loco player's persuaded me to come to the next rehearsal. That's how my career as a double second player started, 7 years ago!

Playing along with the Poco Locos has given me a dream come true and my life has changed positively.  

Poco Loco Steel Pan Band got started a very long time ago. Over the years we have seen band members come and go. We are now a solid group that have been playing together for the last 6 years. 

Our main aim is the enjoy the music we are playing. We get together twice a week to rehearse new songs and continue progressing forward.

Our members come from; Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Trinidad, Spain and England. We are constantly looking to grow, so if you are interested in joining us then please contact us privately. You don't need experience playing music but a passion of music would help!

When I was 15 I discovered jazz and started to play saxophone with a small combo. Besides of studying architecture and interior- and industrial design I was lucky to have good musicians on my side, some professonals while I was self-daught. I played on concerts in Germany, Norway and Brazil. For business reasons I had to stop my "musician carreer. Many years later I met Verena and joined the poco loco steelband. A percussionist was needed, and I had some experience with bongos and conga drums.
Frank (born 1932 in Berlin)

Music made by "teamwork" is something else than "artificial music" made by a single person using electronic devices. Tunes and rhythms created with music-instruments can transport much more feeling for the players and the listeners. And especially for jazz and relative kinds of music counts one fact: Origin and nationality of the musicians have no importance.

We have a common sense of feeling and aim to realize and enjoy the music they like. Let´s do it !  (Must not be perfect)