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The Red Hot Chilli Pipers

This Scottish pipe and drum group was formed in the beginning of the 00s by Stuart Cassells (b. 1979, Falkirk, Scotland; pipes), Willie Armstrong (b. Scotland; pipes), Kevin MacDonald (b. Scotland; pipes), Steven Graham (b. Scotland; drums) and Malcolm McEwan (b. Scotland; drums). With Cassells, Graham and McEwan all their studies at the renowned Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dilemma, the group could boast an excellent selection of talented youthful players. Their contemporary interpretations of traditional piping tracks was presented with added emphasis by an exciting live present, which resulted in the group showing up on stage on the 2004 T In The Recreation area festival using the rock-band the Darkness. In addition they released a 10-monitor album having a wide repertoire of piping music, including two with the past due Gordon Duncan. In the beginning of 2007, the group produced an improbable appearance with an bout of the BBC skill show When AM I GOING TO Be Famous, executing a medley of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock and roll You’ and Survivor’s ‘Eyesight FROM THE Tiger’ intercut with traditional materials. To no one’s great shock they romped apart with the initial award of £10, 000. Using the group operating a new influx of open public support, another studio album premiered later in the entire year. Cassells in addition has worked being a solo artist.

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