I had never heard of The Arrogant Worms until two and half years ago when I started playing with the Saskatchewan Roughrider Pep Band. At the Rider games, between the 3rd and 4th quarters they play a recording of The Arrogant Worms singing, "The Last Saskatchewan Pirate". The song reveals a certain antipathy toward the financial system and some ignorance of economics, but it's pretty funny. I mentioned the song back then and have always enjoyed it. Here's a YouTube of it:
They were in London (Ontario) tonight, so I took my daughter to go see them. Their enunciation wasn't as clear as it could have been, but the show was still great. They concluded with "The Last Saskatchewan Pirate", which left me cheering madly, of course. Other songs I liked were "Carrot Juice is Murder":
And another song which really tickled me was "Jesus' Brother Bob".
The Arrogant Worms are sort of a cross between The Kingston Trio and Buddy Whasisname and The Other Fellas, with a bit of irreverence thrown in. I was really glad I went to see them. Lots of fun.