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Making scoresheets public can only be positive
Band takes both days at Regina
Takes 8-10 minute medley event
Funding for summer school
John Cairns has a listen to the adventurous new recording . . .
Almost 60 years agon, R.G. Hardie also stepped up to help a fellow piper . . .
Pro solo piping events held in a popular pub . . .
Take over from Nicholson and Brummage . . .
We continue our series as we approach November 11 . . .
Saturday brings together 15 top-tier contestants to round out the year . . .
Possibly the greatest all-around piper in history tells his story and shares his secrets . . .
No recommendation for City of Dunedin . . .
Andrew Shilliday works to overcome systemic sclerosis to keep playing . . .
Second and third gain the overall prize . . .
Suggests sponsorship end and complexity of costs as reason . . .
Damn…. When I was a kid in PDX Triumph Street were like Led Zeppelin…. End of an Era.
Just sad to hear this. Money. Money. Money. Something’s wrong, folks. Great band and great people who are so passionate about the craft.. At the end of the day it is about the people and they all certainly made music and memories together. We are all better for what the Hilders did.
Really sorry to hear that, I have enjoyed their playing anytime I have heard them, travel to the UK is so expensive now and I thought that by splitting their base with one here in Scotland would work. Best wishes to all members.
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