10 Questions With . . . Terry Lee

Published: August 31, 2009

We check in with the Pipe-Major of the 2009 World Pipe Band Champions for his take on the day, the ‘Curse of the Concert,’ and the future of SFU

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10 Questions With . . . Terry Lee

Published: July 31, 2004

Terry Lee, Pipe-Major, Simon Fraser University Pipe Band

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