by Dan Nevans. Piping Today #87, 2017. Scenario One: It’s finally happened, thanks to over population and pollution, Planet Earth is doomed and so you make your way to the nearest space port to hitch a ride to Alpha Centuri. In your rush to escape the heat death of the planet, […]
By Stuart Milne. Piping Today #89, 2017. It is 2004, and in the hall of Inveraray Primary School in the heart of Argyll in the south west of Scotland, five youngsters are having a lesson in piping and drumming. Stuart Liddell, one of the world’s top solo pipers and then […]
PHOTO OF THE WEEK: A ball-juggling street entertainer captured the attention of the Robert Malcolm Memorial Pipe Band before their Buchanan Street performance at Piping Live! in 2017.
Buchan Peterson Pipe Band, led by pipe major Scott Oliphant, leave the circle after making their Grade One debut at the British Pipe Band Championships, Paisley, in 2017
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
Members of The National Youth Pipe Band drum corps playing in their Thunderstruck concert in 2017
Robbie MacIsaac was the Pipe Idol winner at Piping Live! 2017 and the judges said he gave the audience “the full package”
Willie McCallum playing at the launch of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Pipe Music Collection at Piping Live! 2017
The pipers, from left, are Stuart Liddell, Ian K MacDonald, Angus MacColl, Finlay Johnston (with Burgess the Deer) and sponsor, Stuart McCallum, of McCallum Bagpipes