Los Angeles Scottish Pipe Band

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Los Angeles Scottish Pipe Band
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Location Orange County, CA
Grade 1
Pipe major Colin Armstrong
Drum sergeant Carl Lenny
Tartan Drummond of Perth
Notable honours
  • Grade 2 World Championships:
    1st place 1997, Best Drums 1997, Best Bass 1997, 3rd place 1996, 2nd place 1995
  • Grade 1 World Championships Final:
    11th place 2007 & 2002, Best Bass 1998
  • Grade 1 World Championships Qualifier:
    4th place 2007, Best Drums 2007 & 2002
  • North Berwick Highland Games:
    2nd place 2007, Best Drums 2007
Website www.lascots.org

The Los Angeles Scottish Pipe Band, or, more commonly, the LA Scots, is a pipe band located in Orange County, California. The LA Scots, the only pipe band in the United States who compete at the grade one level, have competed at this level since 1998. They placed ninth in the qualification round at the 2008 World Pipe Band Championships,[1] and placed 14th in the qualification round of 2009.[2] In 2007, they qualified for the grade one competition and placed 11th.[3]

Pipe Majors[edit]

  • Scott Ruscoe (1990–1992)
  • Scott MacDonald (1992–2004)
  • Colin Armstrong ( 2004–present)

Leading Drummers[edit]

  • Tom Foley (1991)
  • Joseph Foley (1991–1995)
  • Duncan Millar (1996–1997)
  • Carl Lenny (1998–2000, 2002–2003)
  • Andrew Hoinacki (2004–2005)
  • Andrew Brubaker (2001, 2006)
  • Richard Baughman (2006–2010)
  • Glenn Kvidahl (2010–2014)
  • Bryce Parker (2015)
  • Molly Steuber (2016)
  • Carl Lenny (2016– )

Discography[edit]

  • At the Beach (1999)

References[edit]

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