Bagpipest Sought

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by ploughboy, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. ploughboy

    ploughboy Active Member

    Not quite sure where to put this mods?

    Two friends from work are getting married next year and the Groom has asked me (as a musician!!) if I know a Piper, I'm at a bit of a lose on this one.

    SO, does anyone know a decent player of the Pipes for a wedding in North/West Yorks area next summer.

    Many Thanks.
  2. tubadaz

    tubadaz Member



    Yes me ! I m scottish (I have a very scottish name) It was a bleak life in Scotland, all we had to do all day was learn the pipes,at age 6 I passed grade 7 bagpipe studies at the university of Loch Ness.Aye wer e all doomed...doomed I tell ye.
  4. KMJ Recordings

    KMJ Recordings Supporting Member

    I thought you were going to say for November then :eek:
  5. Beesa

    Beesa Member

    1. Obtain any cat and hold upside down by back legs

    2. Take deep breath

    3. Blow quite hard up any of the cats presented orifices

    Hey presto you have a cheap and easily accessible bagpipe
  6. Tubah

    Tubah Member

    Why would a musician know a piper???

    Try Catterick Barracks, there'll be someone there who can help.
  7. WagTheStick

    WagTheStick Member


    I run the Royal Signals band and we have a pipes and drums element. I think we have a couple of guys based in York.

    Give the band office a call 01258 482445 - and ask for the Pipe Majors number. He is called Jimmy Scott and should be able to help.

    Good Luck
  8. samandy

    samandy Member

  9. HorniKaz

    HorniKaz Supporting Member

    Hi Gary

    Contact Andy Cat. Freckleton Band have a guy, I think he's called Chris, who played on a CD with them & also joins them at concerts.

    Kaz x

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