Great Highland Bagpiper from Texas U.S. From his website bio : Born in Edinburgh Scotland, Richard moved to Canada at the age of three and at ten began Lessons under his father, Pipe Major Eric Kean. Richard continued his Lessons with several prominent Canadian pipers including, Rene Cuson, Rob Rife, and Allan Walters.
With the demise of Whisky Before Breakfast in November of 1999 a void was left in the lives of Aron Garceau and Iain Mac Harg. So many tunes, so many things left unsaid, arrangements that would never see the light of day. There was business left to attend to and there was really only one thing left to do; build from the ashes.
Rathkeltair (pronounce rath-KELT-ur) is one of North America's premier Celtic rock bands. Based in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, and touring internationally since 2003, Rathkeltair delivers one of the most energetic, entertaining, audience-friendly shows you will see anywhere.
Hamish Moore is a Scottish smallpiper from Dunkeld, Perthshire. He has recorded several albums for the Greentrax label, including The Bees Knees (1990), Farewell to Decorum (1992), and Stepping on the Bridge (1994).
Haggis Rampant is a father/mother/daughter bagpiping group based in the New Orleans, Louisiana, area, where they work hard to make a loud Scottish sound in the midst of a region known primarily for jazz and Mardi Gras. Steve and Gillian specialize in harmonies on the Great Highland bagpipes, and Pam keeps them on the beat with her bodhran and Scottish marching bass drum.