Lorne Cousin

Lorne Cousin is a Los Angeles-based Great Highland bagpipe player, known as the "Scottish Piper to the Stars". Cousin has performed with artists such as Madonna,[1][2] Missy Elliott, Stella McCartney, and Brian Cox.[3] Lorne Cousin and his group of kilt-wearing bagpipe players were the only male-led group to perform on the main stage at the 2007 Los Angeles Women's Music Festival.[4]

Further reading

  • Pipe-trekking among the stars: Lorne Cousin. Piping Today 33 (2008)


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