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"The members of Celtic quartet Callan may have only been together for three years, but in that time they've fought bravely to carve out a niche for their unique sound, led by Shelia Liming on the Scottish pipes." That's how the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette describes Callan, a Pittsburgh-based band that focuses on traditional Scottish and Irish music, but has made its way into the 21st century with its debut album, "The Road to Fort Duquesne." The musicians include: Sheila Liming, whose affair with bagpipes began when her Scottish grandmother encouraged her to take up the indoor-friendly Scottish small pipes. She also charms listeners with her voice and plays the accordion and tin whistle.Cara Masset, a classically-trained violinist who fiddles and adds harmony vocals to the group. Kip Ruefle, one of Pittsburgh's best-known players of the bodhran, a traditional Irish hand drum. Guitarist Scott Grady who energizes Callan's music sets by keeping the fast-paced rhythms whirling.
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