View 218: Off Kilter

The first time I was in Epcot’s World Showcase in Walt Disney World and heard the unmistakable sounds of a bagpipe, I had no idea where it was coming from.  After asking a nearby Cast Member, I was given an entertainment schedule and was pointed out a group called Off Kilter who performs a few times a day in the Canada pavilion.  I made it a point to return to their stage upon their next performance.

Off Kilter celtic rock band performing in Epcot's Canada pavilion.

Off Kilter celtic rock band performing in Epcot's Canada pavilion. From top left: Mark Weldon, Randy Holbrook, Tony Escapa and Jamie Holton.

I have been a fan ever since.  Their high energy, humor filled performances featuring the singing talent and bagpipe playing of Jamie Holton, bass guitarist Mark Weldon, master guitarist Randy Holbrook, keyboardist Tony Escapa and drummer Scotty Zymoowski (not pictured).  Off Kilter was my first experience with Celtic Rock. Check out one of their performances below.

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8 Responses to View 218: Off Kilter

  1. Karma says:

    Looks like a fun experience, eh? 😉

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  2. kleeyaro says:

    Off Kilter is the BEST! Some people think bagpipes are horrible, but after seeing these guys in action, you’ll know that bagpipes can ROCK!

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  3. Dawn says:

    Fun. My sister started playing the bagpipes about 6 years ago. I have listened to them in a small house, in a park, in a boat on a lake…gotten so I can appreciate them, but it’s an acquired taste.

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  4. flandrumhill says:

    We sure love our Celtic music here in Nova Scotia 🙂 The lead piper looks like he’s wearing a Nova Scotia tartan.

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  6. Barry Trad says:

    If you’re a fan of Celtic Rock then you should check out a blog we wrote about an upcoming Celtic Rock Band named The New Free
    http://www.visit-templebar.com/blog/?p=792

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