A BAND with a distinction will be bringing its musical fusion to Northwich afterwards this calendar year.
The Purple Hot Chilli Pipers are set to accomplish at Northwich Memorial Court on November 26.
Formed in 2002, the earlier number of a long time have found the Red Incredibly hot Chilli Pipers develop into the most popular bagpipe band on the planet.
The band’s achievements have attained amazing heights, with a groundbreaking fusion of common Scottish new music and rock/pop anthems – proudly named ‘Bagrock’.
A spokesperson for the band said: “The Chillis have never ever been much more in demand from customers for their infectious style of feel-great tunes which appeals appropriate throughout the age vary to men and women all in excess of the environment.
“They have gathered with each other an outstanding group of musicians, dancers and singers from Scotland and more afield, several holding Environment Championship titles and all critically good gamers with extraordinary credentials and qualifications.
“In 2014, The Chilli Pipers unveiled a reside DVD and CD entitled `Live at the Lake`.
“In an explosive evening of enjoyment captured on this dwell DVD and CD, The Purple Incredibly hot Chilli Pipers recorded their most adventurous task to date – bringing 16 musicians and dancers throughout the Atlantic to conduct at Milwaukee Irish Fest, the US spiritual residence of the band.
“In February 2019, the Pipers and Tom Walker unveiled a new model of his substantial strike ‘Leave a Gentle On’.
“The release is in aid of Nordoff Robins, the songs remedy charity, and it went straight into the iTunes prime 5.
“The collaboration came about right after Tom performed with the Pink Sizzling Chilli Pipers at Murrayfield Rugby Stadium before the Scotland v Italy Six Nations match.
“In June 2019, the Red Sizzling Chilli Pipers produced a new studio album entitled ‘Fresh Air’ – an remarkable mix of brand-new tracks and carefully picked addresses.
“In a new departure for the Red Incredibly hot Chilli Pipers, a lot of of the songs incorporate lead vocals.
“Some of the highlights are ‘Leave the Mild On’ showcasing Tom Walker on vocals, Leonard Cohen´s ‘Hallalujah’ and ‘Shut Up and Dance’ from the American band Wander the Moon.
“Both music attribute the incredibly proficient singer Chris Decide on vocals.”
Tickets for the Northwich show can be uncovered at thegigcartel.com/Artists-profiles/Crimson-Sizzling-Chilli-Pipers.htm.