Clan MacFarlane Reunited – a pipe|drums historical pipe band interview – Part 4

Published: August 9, 2014

For the first time ever, Ken Eller hears the truth about his ouster as leader, which 23 years on turns out to be nothing but a colossal misunderstanding . . .

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TIP OF THE DAY
Mid-section plares: Always carry two pairs of mallets, keeping the spare set bone-dry. Regardless of the amount of practice or preparation you make before a competition, weather willáreact with your cords and mallets and subsequently adversely effect your ability to flourish efficiently. Bad weather can’t be avoided, poor preparation for the conditions can.
Scott Currie, SC Drumming, Uddingston, Scotland