He was on time and played beautifully after they pronounced them man and wife. After the ceremony the bridal party went straight upstairs to a balcony overlooking the venue to catch our breath and listen to the bagpipes but he had already finished. We were a bit concerned but thought he might be taking a short break and would start again. He didn’t.
When Mike answered my first review stating he played 8 songs we asked friends and family on FB if they remember how many songs he played. It ranged from 2 to possibly 3. From videos we determined he played about 10 minutes. Mike can say whatever he pleases, we have proof.
My father was a bagpiper who passed away 2 years ago. My daughter grew up with him playing at family functions. We felt having the bagpipes would bring back some happy memories of her grandfather. She was happy to hear Scotland The Brave but disappointed not to hear several of her favorite songs and very disappointed that he left before she could take a picture. Neither her father or the photographers helper could locate him 15 min after the ceremony ended.
Mike also stated that after 30 years he could read the crowd and knew when to stop. I think he needed to discuss that with me. Both the grooms family and mine are Scottish,you could have played all night and it still wouldn’t have been enough for us