Bagpiper James Campbell

Regions Covered

London and the South East


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James is an ex Gordon Highlander and is currently Pipe Major of the Glenduart  Pipe Band. James has been playing the bagpipes most of his life and has performed on TV for the children's show Teletubbies. James has also played alongside Paul Mcartney and has appeared in films and also on a record made by the Gordon Highlanders in the 1970's.



David Primett 07/09/16

"Many thanks for arranging the piper for my wedding.  110%! It went down a treat "


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3 thoughts on “Bagpiper James Campbell”

  1. Jan

    James played at my daughter’s wedding on 21st October. He piped the bridal car into the Palace, played whilst guests were arriving and following the service. I cannot stress how wonderful the playing was, everybody was pleased and the bride and groom, for whom it was a complete surprise, were over the moon. Well done James, and thank you for all of us. We can certainly recommend you. Mayn, many thanks Jan x

  2. donna grant

    james played at my friends wedding on saturday the 8th of october and i hve to say he was worth every single penny,he was very attentive to the bride groom and guests as to what everybody wanted,and having him there made the day complete,what a gentleman and a fantastic player,absolutley everybody commented on how great he was,so james once again thank you ever so much

    donna x

  3. John Shoults

    Yesterday James played at my father’s funeral, in full Black Watch regalia. He piped beautifully and movingly at the church, on arrival at the cemetery and at the graveside. Everyone commented on how perfect James’ presence made the day, and how proud my father would have been as a member of the Black Watch regiment. James was absolutely punctilious in every regard and co-ordinated and communicated with the funeral director and the priest, right up until the last minute to make sure that everything went smoothly. He led the cortege and piped into the church and into the cemetery. James music and playing were uplifting for both my dad’s family and his friends, and I am eternally grateful – he did my dad proud.

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