2024 Bagpipe Events and Venues

Skweez The Weezle at Brookdale Senior Living

April 11, 2024
I played Shuttle pipes, Scottish Lowland bagpipes and whistles with Celtic band Skweez The Weezle for a rescheduled St Patrick's Day event at Brookdale Richland retirement and assisted living community in Richland, Washington.

Easter Sunday Service

March 31, 2024
This morning, I played the Scottish Highland bagpipes during an Easter Sunday Service at Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Yakima, Washington.

Lord Lovat's March, Return From Glengarry, Suo Gan, High In The Hills, and The Mallow Men March were played outside as the congregation arrived.

Scotland The Brave, Amazing Grace, and Highland Cathedral were played just before the start of the service.
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

Doug Swartz Memorial Service

March 23, 2024
This morning, I played the Scottish Highland bagpipes during a Memorial Service for Doug Swartz at First Baptist Church in Pasco, Washington.

Lament for Red Iain and Highland Cathedral were played while waiting for family and guests.

Amazing Grace was played at the end of the service.
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

Skweez The Weezle at Bonaventure Senior Living

March 19, 2024
I played Scottish Lowland bagpipes and whistles with Celtic band Skweez The Weezle for a post-St Patrick's Day event at Bonaventure Senior Living retirement and assisted living community in Richland, Washington.

Skweez The Weezle at St. Joseph Church

March 16, 2024
I played Scottish Lowland bagpipes and whistles with Celtic band Skweez The Weezle for a St Patrick's Day fund raising event at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Kennewick, Washington.

Skweez The Weezle at The Bradley

March 16, 2024
I played Scottish Lowland bagpipes and whistles with Celtic band Skweez The Weezle for a St Patrick's Day event at The Bradley restaurant and craft bar in Richland, Washington.

Hanford Patrol Graduation Ceremony

March 14, 2024
This morning, I played Scottish Highland bagpipes for the Hanford Patrol Graduation Ceremony at the MSA Atrium in Richland, Washington. I piped the graduates into the ceremony playing Lord Lovat's March.
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

Jean Lewis Memorial Service

March 08, 2024
This morning, I played the Scottish Highland bagpipes during a Memorial Service for Jean Lewis at C3 Church in Richland, Washington.

High In The Hills, Chrò Chinn t-Sàile, Lament for Red Iain, Suo Gan, and The Mallow Men March were played while waiting for family and guests.

Lord Lovat's March and Scotland The Brave were played to start the service.

Amazing Grace and Highland Cathedral were played at the end of the service.
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

Virginia Walker Graveside Service

February 17, 2024
This very cold and windy afternoon, I played the Scottish Highland bagpipes for Virginia Walker's Graveside Service at Terrace Heights Memorial Park in Yakima, Washington.

High In The Hills, Lament For Red Iain, Suo Gan, and The Water Is Wide were played while family and friends arrived.

I played Going Home as the casket was carried from hearse to gravesite.

I played Amazing Grace following the service.
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

Brian-Square Briggs Memorial

February 16, 2024
This cold afternoon, I played the Scottish Highland bagpipes for Brian Square-Briggs' Memorial at McGuire's Irish Pub in Yakima, Washington.

I played Amazing Grace following the outdoor Military Honors service.

Then indoors, I played four sets consisting of:
The Wearin' o' the Green / The Rakes of Mallow (quick marches)
Drops of Brandy / The Foxhunters Jig (slip jigs)
The Mallow Men March / Scotland the Brave / Murdo's Wedding (4/4 marches)
The Price of the Pig / Oft the Stilly Night / Rocking the Baby (6/8 jigs).
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

Gerald Mashburn Graveside Service

January 20, 2024
This very cold afternoon, I played the Scottish Highland bagpipes for Gerald Mashburn's Graveside Service at Sunset Gardens in Richland, Washington.

Chrò Chinn t-Sàile was played while waiting for family and friends.

I played Going Home as the casket was carried from hearse to gravesite.

I played Amazing Grace immediately following the military honors.
MacNeil of Barra (modern) was the tartan of the day.

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