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Popular Female Drummer, Queen Ayangbajumo To Celebrate Veteran Drummers

 

 

 

As a way to celebrate veteran drummers who have contributed immensely to the entertainment world, top female talking drummer, Queen Eniola Lias Abiodun famously known as Queen Ayangbajumo has started a program to encourage and motivate the legendary drummers.

 

The program is christened ‘Awon Ayan-to-gbajumo’ meaning well-known Talking Drummer, is a television program created to get the family root of the veteran drummers, their passion for the skill and to support them with cash.

 

The program is anchored by the young and beautiful daughter of Ayangbajumo, Temitope Abiodun. The television program would also afford the viewers to know the importance of drummers in the entertainment world and why their efforts in the industry worth appreciation.

 

In her words, versatile Ayangbajumo who is based in the USA said, ‘ We need to celebrate our legends while they are still alive, they have contributed to the growth and development of entertainment both at home and in the Diaspora but they are not being recognized as musicians do. Awon Ayan-to-gbajumo was created to celebrate, motivate, and encourage them while they are still with us.

 

 

‘We would be glad to have information about veteran drummers, anybody who has such information should please contact this number:08080597807. Thanks and God bless you all.

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