Press & Reviews

Sarah Hughes, Colorado Matters, CPR

Listen to the interview with Paul on Colorado Public Radio:

http://www.cpr.org/#load_article|Colorado_Celtic_Rock_Band_Takes_the_Stage


Billie Thieme, The Denver Post

Concert Review and Photo Essay of the Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival

“Angus Mohr, a Denver-based four piece, featured a hard-rock sound focused around traditional Celtic rhythms and pipes. They seemed to channel as much Led Zeppelin and Iron Maiden as Scottish-Irish chants, and the audiences loved it.”
– Billie Thieme, Denver Post Reverb
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Janice Mason, Estes Park Trail Gazette

Look Who’s Rockin’ Scot Fest

“Angus Mohr creates an emotionally charged performance, blending Celtic music with rock, playing original and traditional songs. But theres nothing traditional about Angus Mohr.”
– Janice Mason, Estes Park Trail Gazette
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Michael Thompson, Denver Celtic Music Examiner

The Rising: Mohr-Phun Rocks and Rolls

“They called it ‘The Rising: a Night of Celtic Music and Entertainment’ and it certainly lived up to its billing. From the traditional folk songs of Gobs O’Phun, to the Highland Rock and Roll of Angus Mohr, to the scintillating dance steps of the Dancers of Eireann, the evening was filled with everything a Celtophile or music lover could ask for.”
– Michael Thompson, Examiner – Denver
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Angus Mohr Entertains the Crowds at the Colorado Scottish Festival

“Angus Mohr is quite popular all along Colorado’s front range, with their energetic and electric interpretations of Highland music… And it’s not often you see a rock band wearing kilts. Next time you get a chance to see Angus Mohr, take it.”
– Michael Thompson, Examiner – Denver
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Catherine L. Tully, Celtic MP3s Music Magazine

Symphony From the Ghost Ship – Album Review

“A tossed salad of punk, Celtic and rock influences, the music doesn’t sit neatly in one genre, but picks and chooses what it likes from each. Add to that the Highland backbone and you have a recipe for flavorful music that won’t allow you to walk away without experiencing it.”
– Catherine L. Tully, Celtic MP3s Music Magazine
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The Heroic Adventures of Angus Mohr – Album Review

“Hooray! Highland rock and roll, done very well! This is an album you explore, not just listen to.”
Catherine L. Tully, Celtic MP3s Music Magazine
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Celtic Folk Punk and More

Symphony From the Ghost Ship – Album Review

“The boys are excellent musicians and I would like that they would play in a venue near my home, because it’s sure that I wouldn’t miss them. They write fine music and cover great songs in which they put their own ‘fingerprints.’ Long live Angus Mohr.”
– Celtic Folk Punk and More
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