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.
Caber Records has digital distribution licences for the “Pipin’ Hot” music CD on all major music outlets.
This means the bagpipe music of Scott Cawthon is available at iTunes, beats, spotify, pandora, MusicMatch and a host of other multimedia players.
We pray for the troops involved in the wars around the globe and for the liberation of oppressed people in these regions. “The LORD bless you and keep you; The LORD make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; The LORD lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace.” – Numbers 6:24-26:
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 is actively seeking your website! If you have a site related to bagpipes, Scotland or music please send it to us.
This article from the BBC is a few years old, but I think it’s quite entertaining. Its title is “Bagpipes pose no health risks”. Who would have thought playing the pipes could be anything but a healthy experience? Thanks to the BBC, piping has been declared a safe activity.
From the article:
Fears for the health of bagpipe players have been dismissed as “a load of bunk” by the principal of the College of Piping.
Robert Wallace said the dangers of playing the pipes were no greater than those faced by other musicians.
Those zany Brits love to write stories to sell newspapers!
Scott is busy working on new bagpipe music and arrangements. We plan to have an updated music section on our web site so visitors can download the new songs from it and hear the piping tunes that we have created.
A hearty happy birthday to Dean Cawthon, bagpipe aficionado extraordinaire.
Bagpipe music, highland dancing, haggis, meat pies and peas are featured in this weekend activities. The Robert Burn’s Dinner hosted by the Daughters of Scotia in Syracuse, NY is the place to be for a grand evening.
Scott will be performing along with pipers and dancers local to the Northwest area.
Bagpipe music, highland dancing, haggis, meat pies and peas are featured in this weekend activities. The Robert Burn’s Dinner hosted by the Daughters of Scotia in Syracuse, NY is the place to be for a grand eventing. Scott will be performing along with pipers and dancers local to the Syracuse area.