Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Some of the tools of the band and musical trade for Missy and Richard McPhee include (r-l) bagpipes, a tenor drum with drum mallets and a Glengary hat. The pins on the hat (l-r) include a service flag, the Connell (MissyÕs maiden name) crest, the Atholl Highlanders Pipes and Drums USA band crest and the McPhee crest. Photo By Michael Alexander


Pipes and drums are more than March music for McPhees

JACKSON—As a kid, Richard McPhee played the clarinet. But when his firefighter father asked for “Amazing Grace” at his funeral with the skirl of the pipes, McPhee pledged to his father, he’d take care of it. Now the family does not take a trip without the bagpipes. From national parks and Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii […] Full Story