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Singer-songwriter Reg Meuross performs in Sidmouth in aid of homelessness charity

Singer-songwriter Reg Meuross performs in Sidmouth in aid of homelessness charity

| August 6, 2018

“A concert to raise money to help homeless people in Sidmouth takes place during FolkWeek.” A lovely lead article was published in the Sidmouth Herald this week. Thank you Philippa Davies. “The internationally-acclaimed singer-songwriter and guitarist Reg Meuross will visit the town for the fourth time, performing at Sidmouth Parish Church on Thursday, August 9 […]

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Reg Meuross to headline new Blues & Folk Festival: The Little Big Weekend

Reg Meuross to headline new Blues & Folk Festival: The Little Big Weekend

| August 6, 2018

photocredit: Rachel Snowdon TICKETS & INFO Reg Meuross is headlining the folk stage of an exciting new festival, The Little Big Weekend, in Poynton on Saturday 8th September. Reg Meuross’ clever and imaginative lyrics have earned him the title of “Master Storyteller” (PennyBlack Music) and led Mike Harding (Mike Harding Folk Show) to introduce him […]

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Harp, harmonies and a true troubadour

Harp, harmonies and a true troubadour

| May 24, 2018

Harp, harmonies and a true troubadour, Reg Meuross live at Kingskerswell Parish Church on June 1st. MORE INFO TICKETS HERE

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Reg Meuross live at Epping Music Club 16th May

Reg Meuross live at Epping Music Club 16th May

| May 8, 2018

Reg Meuross returns to Essex, the county where 10 years ago he wrote ‘Lizzie Loved A Highwayman’, the true and unromanticised story of Dick Turpin, in song. The award winning Somerset singer-songwriter wrote the song in the Bluebell Inn in Hempstead, which was Turpin’s birthplace, and spent some time researching, including looking at the gallows […]

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“You’ll be unfit to work when you’re dead”

“You’ll be unfit to work when you’re dead”

| March 14, 2018

“There is light at the end of the tunnel, apparently. Except that light looks an awful lot like more cuts and lower trend growth.” Says Stephen Bush in today’s Morning Call about the Spring Statement in the New Statesman Faraway People by Reg Meuross has won awards and been played live on National Radio, but […]

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Daria Kulesh & Jonny Dyer with special guest Ben Morgan Brown – Ashburton Arts Centre

Daria Kulesh & Jonny Dyer with special guest Ben Morgan Brown – Ashburton Arts Centre

| March 5, 2018

Friday 16th March Doors 7.30, music from 8pm Daria Kulesh and Jonny Dyer, with special guest Ben Morgan-Brown Ashburton Arts Centre West Street Ashburton TQ13 7DT Tickets £10/£6 wegottickets.com, call 07832 200980 or from Churches Iron Monger in Ashburton or call into the Arts Centre on a Saturday. Raising funds for the wonderful community run […]

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