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I have seen these guys in tons of renassance festivals

My family is very proud of our scottish haritage when I hear this music it is just so beautiful and it reminds me of who i am that is makes me want to cry, BEAUTIFUL LOVE THEM!!!!!

Get yer dancin' shoes on - Fantastic!

My children and I dance the day the away to The Rouges. This is some the finest pipin' out there, hands down. I would recommend this album to just about anyone with even the slightest fancy for pipes and sweet tunes. R.I.P. Mayhem - here's to drumming and thumping the heavens until all dance to your beat ! You live on in your music!

Wonder of all wonders

The band I saw so long ago at the Texas Renaissance Festival is on iTunes? Awesome! I still play the old 'Scottish Rogues' CD I bought back in 1996. I think the band's make up has changed somewhat since then, but the level of talent remains the same. Highly recommended.


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Rogues and Clandestine are both Celtic bands from Texas, and their origins overlap. The band that in 2001 is the Rogues was originally formed in 1987, and at that time, was called Clandestine. Initially comprised of Lars Sloan, E. J. Jones, Randy Wothke, and J.W. McCormick, they played the Renaissance Festival circuit, performing mostly traditional pipe and drum music. Then in 1993, Jones departed, to attend Carnegie Mellon University. Thomas Campbell joined to replace him. Next, Lars Sloan and...
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