Jori is joined on Bagpipe Revolution by an all-star group of supporting musicians.
Ed Littlefield, Jr. (pedal steel guitar) is a member of Marley's Ghost and the proprietor of Sage Arts. Ed plays wide range of instruments: acoustic and electric guitars, dobro, pedal steel guitar, piano, fiddle, mandolin, bass and Highland bagpipes.
Gerry O’Beirne (guitars & ukulele) is a renowned singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist (6 and 12 string guitar, tiple, and ukulele, slide guitar among others).
Orville Johnson (guitar & dobro) is a legend in the blues, bluegrass, and American folk scene. Orville is known for his dobro and slide guitar virtuosity and has played on over 100 albums.
Igor Abuladze (guitar & bass) was born in Tbilisi, Georgia. He is a multi-instrumentalist and performs and teaches guitar and electric bass in Seattle.
Andrew Boscardin (guitar) has been playing guitar and writing music for over 20 years. He is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College in New York, where he studied composition and electronic music and performed in the school's Improvisation and Guitar Ensemble, and of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, where he majored in jazz guitar performance.
Suzanne Taylor (piano) is well-known pianist in the Seattle celtic music scene. Her influences include classical piano, jazz, Broadway, pop, rock, and country.
Duncan Millar (drums) is a drummer in the Five-Time World Champion Simon Fraser University Pipe Band and one of the world's top pipe band drum soloists. Duncan has also played drums and percussion in rock bands in and around Los Angeles, Seattle, and Vancouver.
Mike Cole (drums) is a North American Pipe Band Bass Drum Champion. Mike is a professional educator and excels at many styles of percussion, including a wide range of hand drums from around the world.
Produced by Jori Chisholm
Executive Producer: Ed Littlefield, Jr.
Engineered by Daniel Protheroe & Matthew Gephart
Recorded and mixed at Sage Arts in Arlington, Washington
Mastered by Bob Katz at Digital Domain
Cover and design by Tyler Fry
Special thanks for Jeff Buck Ramsey for production assistance.