Red Hot Chilli Pipers - Blast Live - Cd - Heritage of Edinburgh
Red Hot Chilli Pipers - Blast Live - Cd - Heritage of Edinburgh
Red Hot Chilli Pipers - Blast Live - Cd - Heritage of Edinburgh
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Red Hot Chilli Pipers - Blast Live - Cd

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From the platinum-selling Red Hot Chilli Pipers, the CD recording of the unforgettable night at the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow in August of 2008. Since performing with The Darkness on the main stage at T In The Park in 2004, and going on to win the BBC primetime TV talent show When Will I Be Famous? in 2007, the Red Hot Chilli Pipers have been piping their way into the hearts of the nation with their fusion of traditional pipe tunes and contemporary anthems. The phenomenal live sound of one of the country's most exciting acts, who have already earned themselves praise from the likes of Ewan MacGregor, Max Clifford, Lorraine Kelly and the Duke of Argyll! This Blast Live CD features tracks including their amazing version of Coldplay's Clocks, a rocked up Highland Cathedral and We Will Rock You complete with brass section and red hot rock chick Highland dancers. This CD version also includes brand new studio tracks including a Christmas tune to contend the Number 1 spot and a mesmerising reworking of Massive Attack's Teardrop. Modern classics and rock anthems are fused, with all the adrenalin rush created by the Chillis' passion for the bagipes. This live album blasts the pipes into a new musical orbit and ensures that the Red Hot Chilli Pipers star burns bright for all to see and enjoy. The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are: Stuart Cassells, Willie Armstrong and Kevin MacDonald (bagpipes), Gregor James (guitar), Steven Graham (snare drum), Malcolm McEwan (percussion), Steven Black (drum kit) and Chris Russell (keyboards). Also featuring The Red Hot Chilli Brass Boys (The Horn Supremacy) - Chris Pugh (trombone), Leon Thorne (saxophone) and Douglas West (trumpet) - and The Red Hot Chilli Dancers - Nadine MacKenzie Judge, Elaine Adams, Heather Adams, Laura Grant, Kirsty Mawhinnie, Sarah-Marie Maxwell and Darcy Moghimian - with guests The Kintyre Schools Juvenile Pipe Band. "Sassy, sexy and hugely entertaining..." (Lorraine Kelly) "Richly entertaining, boundlessly enthusiastic, hugely talented... even let me borrow a sporran for Fame Academy." (Fred MacAulay) "Have taken the Great Highland Bagpipe to an even greater height..." (PM Robert Mathieson) "Joy, energy and passion... I wanted to get up and join them!" (Dame Evelyn Glennie)