Channel Island Steel Band

Guernsey and Jersey Steel Band Hire Steelasophical Brings the Caribbean to the Channel Islands

Steelasophical presented by Gary Trotman has become the number one Steel Band hire service for Guernsey and Jersey. They provide their services for weddings and all types of parties and celebrations. They provide a complete Caribbean experience giving people a day or night they will never forget. Services, which include steel band hire, DJs, and vocal entertainment can be provided to suit any type of budget.

One of the most recommended Steel Band hire services in the UK and the leading service for Guernsey and Jersey are pleased to announce they are taking bookings for weddings. Steelasophical has become the leading Steel Band Hire service for Guernsey and Jersey and as such are in hot demand. The company founded by Gary Trotman provides a total Caribbean experience to bring life to any special event, wedding or party.

Channel Island Steel Band Guernsey Jersey

Channel Island Steel Band

Guernsey and Jersey Steel Band Hire Steelasophical Brings the Caribbean to the Channel Islands

Steelasophical travel all over the UK where they provide their unique Caribbean experience for wedding celebrations. Gary Trotman, who has a great fondness for Guernsey and Jersey, puts together a Caribbean show like no other. He provides Caribbean Mobile DJs, Vocal entertainers and the number one Steel Band experience.

The Guernsey and Jersey Caribbean Steel Band experience are available to suit any budget. Gary can work with wedding couples and other people looking for a unique entertainment to provide an experience they will never forget without breaking their budget.

One of the biggest requests that Gary receives when providing entertainment for a wedding is to provide a Caribbean feel for the first wedding dance. With the Caribbean sound, the first wedding dance becomes, even more, romantic.

Gary Trotman said: “When we visit Guernsey and Jersey, we love it when we see an empty floor, and once we start playing that floor fills up with everyone enjoying themselves. There is no better feeling to see smiling faces having the time of their life.”

The Caribbean music service is available for corporate and personal events, including garden parties, birthdays, weddings, functions, and launch parties.

Channel Island Steel Band for hire Guernsey Jersey

Channel Island Steel Band

Guernsey and Jersey Steel Band Hire Steelasophical Brings the Caribbean to the Channel Islands

For more information on the Guernsey and Jersey Steel Band Hire company, please visit
http://www.steelband.co.uk/guernsey-jersey/

About Gary Trotman LCGLI EngTech MIIE

Gary is mostly known as an internationally selling and performing music professional. A multiInstrumentalist and song writer and without doubt, mostly know as a Steel drum professional running his music company Steelasophical.

Customer Contact:
Steelasophical House
41 Terryfield Road
Wycombe
HP13 7RY
Buckinghamshire
England
07540 307890

Channel Island Steel Band

Channel Island SteelBand

Guernsey and Jersey Steel Band Hire Steelasophical Brings the Caribbean to the Channel Islands

The Channel Islands are an archipelago in the English Channel off the Normandy coast of France.

They are divided into two British Crown Dependencies, the Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey.

The former also includes the islands of Alderney, Sark and Herm, and smaller islands are divided between the two bailiwicks.

The islands are not part of the United Kingdom or European Union, but rather are possessions of the British Crown with independent administrations. Their inhabitants are British citizens.

As Crown Dependencies the islands are not part of the United Kingdom or European Union, nor are they colonies or overseas territories of the United Kingdom like Gibraltar.

They are possessions of the British Crown with independent administrations. Their assemblies pass their own legislation with the assent of the Crown granted in the Privy Council.

The Crown is responsible for defence, diplomatic representation and citizenship, although the islands maintain their own controls over housing and employment that apply to British as well as other citizens.

The islands have the right to establish direct relations with foreign governments. Although not parts of the European Union, they are in a customs union with it.

The economy of the islands is dominated by financial services, tourism, electronic commerce and agriculture. The relatively light tax burden has encouraged a booming offshore finance sector.

Pressure from the European Union and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development is obliging the islands to change their taxation systems for the sake of compliance, as with other offshore centres