Welcome to the website of Triangle Community Steelbands Inc.

This group was established in 2009 after the 2009 Black Saturday Bushfires in the Marysville and Triangle District (including Buxton, Narbethong and Taggerty), as a means of facilitating community and social recovery in the region. Since then, six steelbands have been established:

   -   Pans on Fire

   -   Hot Pans

   -   Jammin'

   -   Buxton Primary Steelband

   -   Alexandra Secondary Steelband

   -   Dindi Moon

In 2016, Pans on Fire and Hot Pans merged into a single band, Pans on Fire. Jammin’ stopped playing in 2014, when band leader Werner Egger moved to Thailand. The school steelbands continue with a slightly different set of kids each year. Dindi Moon is a small combo, including some members of Pans on Fire.

Each of these bands had been started from scratch. With one exception, no-one had previously played a steel pan, and most had never even seen a steel pan. Most of the band members had no formal musical training. And yet they have now played over 180 gigs together, and produced two CDs. So it goes to show that anything is possible if you are enthusiastic and committed.

If you would like to enquire about Triangle Community Steelbands, or you would like to join one of the bands, or you would like to hire one of the bands for a function, please use our Contact page.

We welcome you on our voyage of musical discovery and recovery.


The next event for Pans on Fire will be at

Sustainable Living Festival

Queen Victoria Market


11am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm

29th February 2020


“Stand by Me”, the 2nd CD by Pans on Fire, has been released. See where to get your copy here.

Listen to a sampler here

The history of Triangle Community Steelbands has recently been captured in a book "The First 5 Years".

"Recovery" has gone to a second  release. See where to get your copy here