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Piping & Drumming Biography

  City of Sacramento Pipe Band

Host Band


Founded in the fall of 1989 by Liz Tubbs and the late Clutch Sutto, the band has successfully been competing since 1990 in Grades III, IV and V. The band has traveled extensively throughout the United States and to Scotland. Many of the band's members have moved on to play with Grade II and Grade I bands in the United States, Canada and Scotland.

Large and small groups, as well as solor pipers and dancers, perform throughout Northern California for many different evetns. The Band relies solely on (tax deductible) donations, performances, comptetitions and the generous time and commitment from its members and their families.

Children and adults are welcome to become a part of this non-profit educational group. Please contact us for more infomration on piping and drumming instruction as www.sacramentopipband.org

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  Emerald Society Pipe Band
                                                                                  of Ripon


Founded in 2004 by Pipe Major Gary Speed and President Phill Mcgill, The Emerald Society Pipe Band is located in Ripon, California. They play at events throughout California and at special events for all departments of First Responders.

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  Jefferson Pipe Band

The band formed in 1985 as the Shasta Pipe Band but the name was changed in the late 1990's to The Jefferson Pipe Band after the mythical state of Jefferson that almost was in 1941. The name more accurately describes the area of Southern Oregon and Northern California in which our members live. The band wears the Modern Lindsay Tartan.

Jefferson pipe band has competed off and on since the early 2000's and for the first time this year we are fielding a grade 4 and 5 band. Our goal is to teach students of all ages to play the Great Highland Bagpipe or Highland drum and to preserve the traditions and music of Scotland. We invite anyone interested to contact us about lessons.

The band is very involved in community activities in and around our areas and many of our members attend various schools and workshops which help us to continue to improve the quality of our playing.

The band started fundraising a couple of years ago in hopes of going to Scotland to compete at “The Worlds” piping competition in Glasgow and thanks to the hard work of the band and the support of our friends and family, we have achieved that goal and will be heading to Scotland this August.

The Jefferson Pipe Band is a 501(c)3 non-profit

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