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Reg Meuross is awarded a bursary from Halsway Manor

Reg Meuross is awarded a bursary from Halsway Manor

(photos: Rachel Snowdon) STOLEN FROM GOD - Reg Meuross  Somerset-based singer/songwriter Reg Meuross has been awarded an Incubator Bursary from Halsway Manor to support the development of a new project telling the story of the South West’s shameful links to the slave...

Ben Morgan-Brown’s instrumental album Moment hits streaming milestone

Ben Morgan-Brown’s instrumental album Moment hits streaming milestone

Ben Morgan-Brown’s album of solo guitar instrumentals, Moment, has just hit the milestone of 45,000 streams on Spotify! Described as containing “extraordinary guitar virtuosity”  by BBC Music Introducing, “seriously confident playing chops” by Fresh On The Net, and...

The Ciderhouse Rebellion win Arts Council Funding

The Ciderhouse Rebellion win Arts Council Funding

Big celebrations for improv folk duo The Ciderhouse Rebellion who have (very deservedly) been awarded an Arts Council England & National Lottery grant for their Ironstone Tales project, drawing inspiration for new music, poetry, storytelling and stunning footage...

Genius Loci – The Ciderhouse Rebellion search for the Spirit of Place

Genius Loci – The Ciderhouse Rebellion search for the Spirit of Place

There was an idea, long ago, in classical Roman religion, that every part of the world had its own little god, its own spirit. It was the ‘spirit of place’ the Genius Loci, and folk-improv duo The Ciderhouse Rebellion, featuring Adam Summerhayes on fiddle and Murray...

Review – The Bevin Boys (Bill Pettinger’s Lament) by Reg Meuross

Review – The Bevin Boys (Bill Pettinger’s Lament) by Reg Meuross

PRSD review Reg Meuross's latest single: A song about unsung heroes is just one way of addressing a wonky world and putting a bit of history to rights. No doubt that reassessment will prick the ire of some culture warriors. But an honest heralding of the underdog in a...

Epic version of Black Is The Colour from The Haar

Epic version of Black Is The Colour from The Haar

Since releasing their debut album 'The Haar' in 2020, a record that caused Folk Radio UK to proclaim "we need more music like this; spontaneous, alive and affecting”, Anglo-Irish folk group The Haar have found themselves, like many of us, separated by land and by sea....