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Faraway People – Reg Meuross

Faraway People – Reg Meuross

| June 22, 2017

Faraway People is Reg’s 12th album and will be released on Friday 28 July 2017. For live dates and album pre-orders visit regmeuross.com “From everyday victims crushed by an uncaring society to unsung heroes taking a defiant stand against the darkness of tyranny and oppression, Faraway People goes the distance. Yes, there’s anger and indignation, […]

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Reg Meuross October News

Reg Meuross October News

| October 11, 2016

“Throughout the winter months (until the end of December) I’m still touring with ‘December’ with a sprinkling of older and newer songs. This was my first and only entirely solo collection of songs. I had no idea how it would be received, although I was trusting in the fact that most people tend to see […]

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Reg Meuross returns to Sidmouth

Reg Meuross returns to Sidmouth

| July 28, 2016

Somerset Songwriter Reg Meuross returns for the fourth consecutive year to Sidmouth Parish Church on Thursday 4 August to raise funds for this beautiful and important community building. Last year’s #LavAid campaign has enabled the provision of toilets for church and concert goers, who can now relax fully and enjoy church proceedings. TICKETS https://www.wegottickets.com/event/360367 This […]

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Full House at the Folk House – Reg Meuross brings ‘December’ to Bristol #LiveReview

Full House at the Folk House – Reg Meuross brings ‘December’ to Bristol #LiveReview

| April 3, 2016

On 2 April 2016, early days still in the December solo album tour, Reg Meuross kicked off this Bristol gig with What Would William Morris Say, a song from previous album England Green & England Grey. It’s a strong opener, and not for the first time the obvious answer came into my head, that Morris, […]

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Reg Meuross new album release ‘DECEMBER’

Reg Meuross new album release ‘DECEMBER’

| February 11, 2016

After 10 album releases, award winning singer-songwriter Reg Meuross has returned to the solo format which inspired him to write and sing in the first place. December is a collection of ten of the most beautiful songs which go straight to the heart. Many will know Reg for the extraordinary intimacy of his live solo […]

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Jess Vincent spends some Time Ashore with Kirsty Bromley 13-17 Sept

Jess Vincent spends some Time Ashore with Kirsty Bromley 13-17 Sept

| September 8, 2015

Both fresh from supporting the magnificent Spooky Men’s Chorale on their UK tour, and both acclaimed by the Guardian as ‘rising folk stars’, Kirsty Bromley has invited Jess Vincent to support her in a string of gigs for her own new album Time Ashore: September 13th – Nordic Scandinavian Church, Liverpool TICKETS September 14th – […]

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