The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are an ensemble consisting of pipers, guitarists, keyboards, and drummers formed in Scotland in 2004. They entered and won the BBC talent show When Will I Be Famous? They are named after American rock band the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In 2004, the group appeared on the main stage at T in the Park with the headline band, rock group The Darkness and a track from the new Red Hot Chilli Pipers CD was recently played on BBC Radio 1. The band features Stuart Cassells, the BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2005, Steven Graham - a thrice world champion snare drummer and three of the band members recently graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Stuart's piping has featured on The Darkness album 'One Way Ticket to Hell... and Back' and on the soundtrack to the film 'Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire'. The group is in much demand performing all over the world from the USA to China at the biggest of events and festivals. In 2010, guitarist Gregor "G-Man" James left to form his own act entitled 'Bags Of Rock'. He was replaced in the band by Fife born Nick Hawryliw.