The Red Hot Chilli Pipers - Bagrock To The Masses

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Live Act Of The Year - MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards 2010

(November 2007) 16 tracks: We Will Rock You / Eye Of The Tiger / The Clumsy Lover * You're The Voice / The Chilli Time * Smoke On The Water / Thunderstruck / Upside Down At Eden Court * Celtic Bolero * Jazz Badger * Flower Of Scotland * Getting Jiggy With It * In The Groove * 100 Chilli Pipers / Rockin' All Over The World * The Dark Island * Hey Jude / The Mason's Apron * Lost * Hills Of Argyll * Voodoo Child * Clocks * Auld Lang Syne.

Second album from the rockin' Scottish bagpipe group, winners of Graham Norton's BBC1 TV series 'When Will I Be Famous?'

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers have been rocking all over the world, with outstanding musicianship and a passion for pipes that will leave you breathless.

The Chillis come storming on to the scene - with their powerful style they have moved the bagpipes into new and adventurous areas, re-interpreting famous tracks by the likes of Queen, Survivor, John Farnham, Deep Purple, AC/DC, Status Quo, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Coldplay in their own Chilli Piper way...

The band have played all over the world from A-list celebrity parties to T In The Park and the Chiang Mai Rock Festival (Thailand).

Bagpipes with attitude. Drums with a Scottish accent. And a show so hot it carries its own health warning.

A genuinely unique experience - the new Jock 'n' Roll!

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are: Stuart Cassells (pipes), Willie Armstrong (pipes), Kevin MacDonald (pipes), Malcolm McEwan (marching drums, Handsonic), Steven Graham (side drums), Steven Black (kit drums), Gregor James (guitars, bass) and Chris Russell (piano, keyboards).

With Maeve MacKinnon (vocals), Darren McLean (vocals), Lorne MacDougall (pipes) and Paul MacGeechan (keyboards, programming).

"Thanks to the vivacious Red Hot Chilli Pipers" (HRH The Princess Royal)

"... Makes the pipes sound like the open string Rickenbacker of Pete Townshend with memories of the early Who." (Phil Collins)

"That's my boys - that was rocking!" (Sir Paul McCartney)

"Absolutely brilliant!" (Ewan MacGregor)

"Spiced up a traditional sound for the 21st century..." (Graham Norton)

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