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Joe Hutton - The Border Piper album download
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Joe Hutton - The Border Piper album download

Performer:
Joe Hutton
Album:
The Border Piper
Style:
British Folk
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MP3 archive size:
1220 mb
FLAC archive size:
1772 mb
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Joe Hutton (1923–1995) was born in Halton Lea Gate, near Haltwhistle in the west of Northumberland. Like his father, Jake, he was a shepherd, and a musician - he started on the fiddle, but took up the Northumbrian smallpipes after hearing . Armstrong playing at a concert in 1936. He started on a James Reid set from Halton Lea Gate, refurbished by . Armstrong, a noted piper from Hexham, and he took lessons in the instrument from Armstrong

For other people named Joe Hutton, see Joe Hutton (disambiguation). Joe Hutton (1923–1995) was born in Halton Lea Gate, near Haltwhistle in the west of Northumberland. Armstrong, a noted piper from Hexham, and he took lessons in the instrument from Armstrong. Man, it was a day's work getting there".

MWM Records (2). MWM1031.

For other people named Joe Hutton, see Joe Hutton (disambiguation). Armstrong, a noted piper from Hexham, and he took lessons.

Joe Hutton (1923–1995) was born in Halton Lea Gate, near Haltwhistle in the west of Northumberland. On another such piping trip, to Carrawbrough on the Roman Wall, he met his future wife, Hannah, whose brother John was also a piper.

Ross, C. (1996) Joe Hutton: Northumbrian Piper.

After playing in Boys Brigade and Royal High School pipebands he went on to study Town Planning at Dundee Art School. In Dundee he met traditional folk song and fiddle at Dundee Folk Club and heard Northumbrian smallpipes played by Billy Pigg on the John Peel radio show. After Muirheads folded, Gordon played with Kinneil Colliuery pipeband and was for several years Town Piper of Linlithgow.