Editorial Review of A Richt Guid Horkin':he Dangleberries play bagpipe music but with a unique brand of drums and guitar accompaniment. A group of friends who became disillusioned with the pipe band network they and decided to get together and do something "a wee bit different". The band was formed in September 2001and has enjoyed playing at festivals such as the Wickerman and the Tartan Heart Festival over the years. To use their own words " We are a group of friends who like to have a good time at festivals, village hoolies and any other shenanigans... We are a mixture of bagpipes, drums, guitars and, most importantly, tambourine player!!!
"A Richt Guid Horkin'" is their first album and was recorded liveat the Lochside Theatre, Castle Douglas on 19th October 2007.
They play a range of traditional Scottish music, their own compositions and some covers such as Black Sabbath's Paranoid
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