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#TuneTuesday | Rab's Wedding

Recessionals. They’re the time during a wedding when everyone can breath a bit easier and relax – the bride and groom are married and the party is about to get started! 80 more words


#TuneTuesday | Scotland the Brave

If you’ve ever heard someone play the bagpipes before, you’ve likely heard one of two tunes, “Amazing Grace” or this week’s #TuneTuesday, “Scotland the Brave”. 95 more words


#TuneTuesday | Happy St. Patrick's Day

Cheers and Happy St. Patrick’s Day to Ewe!

This week’s instalment of #TuneTuesday is a traditional Irish Jig called “Paddy’s Leather Breeches”.


Enjoy and stay “tuned” for next week’s #TuneTuesday! 14 more words


The Bagpiper

A bagpiper plays as the bride and her father enter the church. A friend who plays the bagpipes (not the fellow in the photo) tells me that bagpipers have to build up their stamina as the instrument requires quite a lot of air pressure, and that cold winter air presents an extra challenge.


Shannon Rovers' Bill McTighe plays bagpipes


Bill McTighe, the band manager of the Shannon Rovers Irish Pipe Band, plays his bagpipes in-studio and talks about the history of the instrument and talks a little St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

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Winter Warmer | Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington

Last Thursday, I volunteered my services to play at the Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington’s annual Winter Warmer. This sold out scotch tasting event was held at The Tannery building in Kitchener.  204 more words


Introducing #TuneTuesday | Kelsey's Wee Reel

Welcome to #TuneTuesday, the next big weekly social media trend (or so says the focus group of two I polled at my house).

A play on #ThrowbackThursday, my goal with #TuneTuesday is to release a recording of a different tune every, you guessed it, Tuesday. 40 more words