Our pipers aren’t just traditional.

We’ve done our fair share of rock n roll performances also – including recording with KT Tunstall, playing live at the O2 arena with Paul McCartney and making merry with Mumford and Sons. The Glastonbury festival is our second home (but we don’t like the toilets). We’ve rocked out at the Fuji Festival in Japan but also hit the stage at local venues such as the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, with bands such as the Bible Code Sundays and The Trojans.

Quite simply we are passionate about music so if you ever need a bagpiper or a band to support you, please get in touch.

We work with partner bands and performers so please contact us to find out more.

Benoit Viellefon and his orchestra

Benoit Veillefon is a vintage performer – a true French crooner. He created his orchestra in London to perform the type of ballroom dance music played in Europe, Cuba and the USA during the 1920s to the early 1950s. He is a rare talent and the band is brilliant live playing jazz and the blues.





Licence to Ceilidh

A real gem of a Scottish Ceilidh band based in London, this high energy outfit will get everyone on the dance floor. They sell out public Ceilighs at Cecil Sharpe House in London every single month.






The Long Notes

“Nothing short of sublime, the dance sets are implausibly quick yet immaculately detailed, brilliantly intense, yet utterly supple, silkily dovetailed in a thrilling cacophony of colour, texture and taut-sprung rhythms” **** The Scotsman

Our own take on The Long Notes is less of a mouth full – they are a super talented quartet of musicians.





The Trojans

Specialising in ska and reggae with a dash of Irish folk and world roots thrown in, The Trojans are led by Gaz, son of legendary British blues man, John Mayall.  They are the very first band to play “Gaeilge Ska” – launching a whole new genre in the process. The Trojans frequently tour around Europe and Japan. Antoin Doherty plays the bagpipes with The Trojans.




The Cordials

A real mix of folk, ska and country with a rocky edge, this new band is up and coming! They recorded their first album in 2011 and perform all original material.  We think they have a great future so if your event requires that special edge, get The Cordials on stage.