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About the BAND


 Throughout the years, the band has performed in parades and other events  throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. They have competed in several Highland Games and have placed in the Quechee Vermont Games and the NH indoor games. They have also won awards for their parade performances.

      The band currently consists of  12 Pipers, 4 Side Drummers, 2 Tenor Drummers, 1 Bass Drummer.  They also have several  Pipers and Drummers in the learning stages. They are always interested in new talent so if you have the interest please talk with a member or visit them at their Thursday practices. 

Summer (May - October)


Knights of Columbus Hall

165 Electric Ave, Fitchburg, MA   7:00 PM


Scots Highland Pipes and Drums

Performing, composing, arranging, recording, producing, loving.       

Our band officers are able to work with you to determine what music best fits the event you are interested in.  Please contact one of them to set up an appointment to listen to a set or to book an event.   The band is very busy during holidays, so book as soon as you have an interest.

Pipe Major:      Stu Paul   978-537-7044


The Scots Highland Pipes & Drums was founded in January 1975 by George Kinney and  Fredrick Davis as the Scots Highland Bagpipe Band. 

  The band's first public performance was in a parade in Ashburnham on June 1, 1975. They had four pipers, 2 side drummers, a bass drummer and a Drum Major. 
      The early band members decided on a military style uniform, featuring a Royal Stewart Kilt, Khaki shirt, black belt, a day-wear Sporran, Balmoral Cap, black shoes. white Spats, Royal Stewart hose tops and a short plaid.  They wore a white tunic for colder weather. In the late 70's they switched to horsehair Sporrans and Glengarries and dropped the short plaid. The uniform has changed little since, a white shirt has been added for indoor use. 

Contact Stu Paul to  confirm location of practice .

Winter (Nov - April)

First Church Leominster, Unitarian Universalist

15 West St,

Leominster, MA   7;30 PM on Thursdays