Connor Sinclair was the Pipe Idol winner at Piping Live! 2012. He is pictured here playing in the final which was then held in The National Piping Centre’s Auditorium.
David Shedden at the Piping Live! Street Cafe in 2017. David plays in a trio with Graham Mackenzie (fiddle) and Innes White (guitar/mandolin) under the name Assynt. The band released their debut CD, Road to the North, and it was reviewed in Piping Today #93 in 2018.
The Glasgow Skye Association leave Glasgow Green as the Grade 2 World Pipe Band Champions in 2017
The Angus Nicolson Trio playing a spot at the Greater Glasgow Police Scotland Pipe Band’s pre-Worlds concert in 2014.
At the World Pipe Band Championships 2013
The Tejedor trio from Avilés in Asturias, Spain, at Piping Live! 2014
T his photo of Chris Armstrong was taken for a Q&A in issue 73 of Piping Today magazine in 2014. In the article Chris said of himself: “Generally, my friends would describe me a crabbit individual – the clean version – (laughs) who is very intolerant of stupidity. A real […]
Salute to the Chieftain at the British Pipe Band Championships 2016, showing pipers and drum major from Spirit of Scotland Pipe Band
Grade 1 pipe majors wait in turn to receive their prizes at the British Pipe Band Championships in Paisley 2016. Inveraray won first prize that day, with Richard Parkes shown going to collect second prize, followed by Allen Tully, Chris Armstrong, Roddy MacLeod and Ryan Canning respectively.
The Royal Army of Oman Pipe Band march off at the end of their performance in the 4B final at the World Pipe Band Championships 2018