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Piping the Sunset
Run for the Fallen - Closing Ceremony
9-1-1 Memorial Ceremony
Memorial Day celebration.
"Hacks for Heroes" Golf Tournament - Benefiting the 100 club of Arizona. I will be piping the opening of the tournament. For those that may not know, the 100 Club has helped hundreds of firefighters and cops who have been hurt or killed in the line of duty. This is certainly a worthy cause.
Sounds Like: The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band, Texas Bagpiper, The Irish Rovers - Band
Bio: Perhaps some still, starry, desert evening you've heard me piping on the soft, warm night air of the vast desert? You'll know it's me by the sparing use of ornamentation. I love the harmonics and will not "guild the lilly". As long as the drones and chanter fill your heart with mirth and joy, the...See Full Bio
“Michael “Pops” McGee is a bagpiper from Arizona, he currently has two albums available for purchase. His album, ‘Live from Potter’s Field,’ offers a nice collection of solo pipe tunes, many of them Christmas songs. The piping on this album is very good. Steady tone, and a chanter that blends well with the drones. These two often overlooked aspects of the Scottish Great Highland Bagpipes are very important in the playing and presentation of the instrument. Michael McGee is no virtuoso, but I find it rather refreshing to listen to an album of solo piping that presents tunes in a stripped down manner that allows the tonal quality of the instrument to shine in a way that is usually lost in the blazing fast tunes common to solo piping collections. In addition to the Christmas tunes there are also several trad. tunes and some old hymns. A very enjoyable selection of solo piping, definitely worth checking out. ARTIST: Michael McGee ALBUM: Live from Potter’s Field”