the band's second major appearance, Sheena (fiddle)
and Trevor Morton (pipes) lead Pipin' Hot as it provided
the music for the famous Edinburgh Tattoo Ceilidh
Shannon Cooper-Garland, it played two Pipin' Hot numbers
during scene (black-out) changes.
Nova Scotia International Tattoo, is staged each year
in the Halifax Metro Centre. It has run since 1979
and is one of the most spectacular events in Canada.
Acts are world class and include music, dance, drama,
gymnastics, comedy and military displays
2000 performers from all over the world took part
in the 2001 tattoo. They included the Paris Fire Brigade
Gymnastic Team, Band of the German Army No. 100, The
Flying Grandpas, Traditional Dancers form Korea, Gymnastic
Club of Mels, Top Secret Flying Drumsticks, Band of
the 51st Highland Brigade, Edinburgh Tattoo Ceilidh
Dancers, St. Keverne Village Youth Band, Stadacona
Band of maritime Forces Atlantic, Atlantic Area Army
Band and Band of the Ceremonial Guard. Pipes and Drums
included 2nd Royal Canadian Regiment, 12 Wing Shearwater,
Atlantic Region Tri-Service Cadets, Lord Strathcona's
Horse (RC) and Fraser Holmes Memorial Ladies.