PipeDown is a high-energy talented group of musicians. Led by Bagpipes they excel at entertaining you with dazzling fast reels with the inclusion of dance, rock and pop soundtracks.
They can skillfully gel classic rock and dance hits alongside exhilarating Scottish tunes. The bagpipes are joined by an electric guitar that can let rip and rock out. It has been known that they do a musical battle as well. Be warned!
Keyboards provide all the dance music hits and top recognizable tunes. A crowd favourite is our dance music megamix, which starts with Daft punk and ends up with 2 Unlimited. All skillfully intertwined with Bagpipes. This gets the whole room shaking!
Finishing the line up we have our percussion. Our snare drummer is regarded as one of the top players in the world and will mesmerize your guests with breathtaking speed from his hands.
PipeDown can burst into your event and have your guests in awe. The fully kilted performers instantly bring the room alive and your guests are engaged in the 15/20 min performance. Clapping is definitely compulsory and you and your guests will be singing along to big tunes such as “We Will Rock You” and our brand-new Wacko McJacko medley.
Have you ever seen a bagpiper moonwalk? You HAVE to see this!
We also have space for a company employee or the Boss to give the pipes a blow and see if they have what it takes to join “Pipedown” No one has risen to the challenge as of yet, but we love some crowd participation.
Pipedown is an ideal band for your corporate event or conference dinner, giving your guests a modern take on Scottish tradition. They have wowed audiences all over the world with their performances and musicianship.
Quotes from PipeDown clients:
‘Takes me back to being in Ibiza. But in Scotland, with bagpipes’ Gillian, January 2019, Burns night event
‘Great pre-dinner act for a Scottish evening. Got our guests in the party mood as soon as they arrived.’ Gregor, November 2018, Corporate client, National Museum of Scotland
‘Memorable crossover between well-known dance culture and Scottish music.’ Esther McGibbon, Opening ceremony performance SEC, June 2018