"Sunday in Leith" is a trans-Atlantic Celtic music project started by two Highland pipers in the UK and US with a desire to expand beyond the boundaries of traditional pipe band and 'traditional' folk music. The project fuses a world and Indie rock/pop influences while paying deep respect to the traditions of Celtic music. Sunday In Leith is currently developing and fielding experimental demos ranging from the traditional to original songs with strong contemporary Celtic and world influences. We hope you'll have a listen and come along for the ride with us!
About the band:
Richard Jasper is an accomplished piper who has competed with Grade I bands. He is currently a member of other music projects in the UK, and the front man for The Quiet Men. Richard handles lead vocals, guitar, bodhran, Highland pipes, and whistle
Larry Fortson is also an accomplished piper who has successfully competed at various solo and band grade levels in the UK and US and currently plays for the Celtic rock band, Homeland. Larry handles whistles, Uilleann pipes, Highland pipes, Shuttlepipes, accordion, keyboards, and backup vocals.