Roddy MacLeod – the pipes|drums Interview – Part 1

Published: March 31, 2013

We bring our subscribers an exclusive interview with arguably Highland piping’s most professional and well-rounded personalities. An extraordinary competitor, a leader of Grade 1 pipe bands, the original and existing Director of the National Piping Centre and the co-founder and leader of the Piping Live!

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