Spud the Piper is one of the wedding industry's best known characters due to his musical talent as a piper and his many appearances on national television and in the press.
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We are Excited to Announce that Spud the Piper has been chosen by a panel of expert judges as the 'Entertainment' Category Winner at the Prestigious 'Event Entertainment Awards.'
Presented by BookEntertainment.co.uk, The Event Entertainment Awards recognises the best in the event entertainment industry across the UK.
‘The Place of the Gaels’ explores both the community and culture of winter mountaineering and climbing in the Highlands, introducing Rab's American athletes to the notorious Scottish winter.
From the climbers and skiers who live for Scottish winter to the musicians and craftspeople who make their living in the highlands, so much of Rab's inspiration still comes from the mountains of Scotland.
Spud the Piper announced as Finalist at The Scottish Wedding Awards 2016.
BBC One series charting life around Cairngorm, which lies at the heart of Scotland's greatest winter wilderness. 'The Mountain', features the lives and loves of 11 hardy folk who work in the Cairngorm mountains.
"Spud's father, Pipe Major Ian Fraser, was a very good piper and played for the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders, Spud followed his lead and is now a local celebrity - often greeted by people who remember him fondly from playing at their wedding. He met his wife on one such occasion and they got married in the church where they met, together they now have a son, Ewan, and Spud carries a picture of him around in the bag he keeps his pipes in."
'The Mountain' is a six part series, beginning Monday 12th January 2015.
This picture was taken outside the Crown Polling Station in the heart of Inverness. It was one of the moments of my life which I'll always remember.
Voting for independence for my country held and still holds a special place in my heart. I was thrilled at getting on the front page of the times, it's not every day this happens!
In 2000 Madonna and Guy Ritchie came to Scotland for their wedding ceremony. Peter Steinle encouraged me to pipe for her and he, along with the press, asked me to play 'Like a Virgin' as she came down the steps of her jet. The next day I went front page of every paper known to man!
In April 2001 Madonna wrote about the experience in her biography, 'Madonna: An Intimate Biography'
Meeting Jamie lee Curtis was a fabulous occasion for me. She loved the way I speak so I ended up talking with her at a wedding in Idahoe in the western USA. We even had a dance.
The newspapers had a good time the next day!
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