Jimmy AndersonBagpiper Jimmy Anderson is a native of Larbert in Stirlingshire. He has played withthe Wallacestone Pipe Band and was with Muirhead & Sons during their most successfull five year run as world champions in the sixties under P/M Bob Hardie. His connection with folk music stems back many years, both as an individual player and as the piper with Clutha. He has made many visits abroad and has a special affinity to Brittany where he has attended and played at many festivals.
A carpenter to trade, Jimmy also established himself as a highly regarded maker of Scottish lowland and smallpipes.
Jimmy appears on the Temple Records album 'A Controversy of Pipers' (COMD1008)