Poor Angus dynamically interprets the music of past and present, performing original and traditional Scottish, Irish, and East Coast–themed pieces, transforming them into thoroughly original arrangements. Formed in 2005 and hailing from Hamilton, Ontario, this collection of musicians expresses their admiration for Celtic music in a manner that appeals to both traditional purists and modern audiences equally. Featuring the masterful highland and uilleann piping and tin whistles of Ross Griffiths, the profound fiddling of virtuoso Andrew Bryan, the bodhran, guitar, and mandolin of Brian LeBlanc, and the bass of DJay Moons, Poor Angus has recently been joined by the talented singer songwriter Joel Guenther. Poor Angus is noted specifically for impressive vocal harmony, and this Celtic quintet always gets feet stomping and leaves audiences of all ages roaring for more. The combination of Scots, Irish, and East Coast music styles in each Poor Angus performance bends every ear to delightful interpretations of Celtic music and ensures that one and all leave the show with a smile on their face and a song in their heart.