He can also be regularly heard playing whistles and Uilleann pipes on the NBC show Crossing Jordan, and a version of his tune "Reels Part Two: My Love Is In America" was used as the theme song during the first season (found on the Bad Haggis CD 'Trip'). In Titanic, the tune "Hymn To The Sea" (written by James Horner) featured Rigler on the Great Highland Bagpipes. Rigler played "Amazing Grace" at former President Ronald Reagan's funeral in 2004. Rigler has performed with numerous musicians of many different styles, most famously with Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser and Skyedance, a band featuring the best Celtic musicians in the world. His work can be heard on CDs by Ben Harper, Barbra Streisand, Rod Stewart, Josh Groban, Phil Collins, Rubén Blades, The Battlefield Band and many other musicians. Rigler plays pipes and whistles in the Celtic rock band Bad Haggis, based in Southern California. He occasionally performs with the L.A.
Scots Pipe Band of Los Angeles, California. Rigler wrote the tune "The B-52", which is now performed by the L.A. Scots and many other top level bagpipe bands throughout the world, in both public performances and in competition. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Rigler Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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