We all have jobs and we all have hobbies. Hopefully we love our jobs, but we definitely love and are passionate about our hobbies.
Here are Caber Records our hobby is playing the bagpipes and we love sharing our music and mp3’s with you. Please listen to our traditional folk music and leave us a comment in the guestbook. Nothing makes us happier than hearing from fans, listeners and general music lovers.
We have added a new “The Ghillie Shuffle” page for highland dancers. So check it out and send us a request if you like.
We are excited for the summer piping season, which means playing bagpipes in the environment where they were meant to be heard: the outdoors! If you are in Washington State check us out for an opportunity to hear a live bagpiping show.
Caber Records and the Weavers of the Tartan bagpipe band are gearing up for another summer of piping fun.
We plan to attend several festivals and outdoor events and hope to see you!
Come out with us and listen to some fantastic bagpipe music and share our love of the Scottish Highlands.
Gather around in the outdoors to experience nature and feel the warm sun on your face. The outdoors is where the bagpipes were meant to be experienced, so try to leave your home and listen to some great music outdoors.
Scott is working with Mark Heckert and Vito Lafata on the next bagpipe music project. He is also preparing for summer piping gigs.
We continue on the road to increased digital distribution of bagpipe music from our Pipin’ Hot album, and new music tracks.
The sounds of bagpipe music by Scott Cawthon resound in Monroe, WA this week.
“Amazing Grace”, “Bagpipe Blues”, “The Jolly Beggerman”, “My Love She’s but a Lassie Yet”, and “Mingulay Boat Song” are the arrangements of the week.
Scott will be meeting with new pipers to start gigs for the upcoming season.
Scott is experimenting with the Brian Boru pipe chanter and may use it in the original bagpipe music arrangement of “Bagpipe Blues.”