Tag: Singer Songwriter

Reg Meuross in Session with Mark Radcliffe on the Folk Show BBC Radio 2 17th January 2017

Reg Meuross in Session with Mark Radcliffe on the Folk Show BBC Radio 2 17th January 2017

| January 16, 2018

The best folk and acoustic music from Britain and beyond. This week, Mark welcomes singer-songwriter Reg Meuross to the Salford studio. Follow the link here from 7pm on 17th January 2018. Reg first emerged on the scene in the 1980’s with The Panic Brothers, and went on to form roots band The Flamingos before going […]

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Charlie Dore & Ken Bruce every day this week with your mid morning cuppa.

Charlie Dore & Ken Bruce every day this week with your mid morning cuppa.

| January 8, 2018

From Monday 8th to Friday 12th January, Charlie Dore will be chatting on BBC Radio 2 with ‘Popmeister’ Ken Bruce. Charlie Dore chooses 10 Tracks of My Years with songs from The Beatles and Duncan Browne. After drama school, regional rep and a stint in children’s television Charlie formed a bluegrass band playing Monday nights […]

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No banners, no marches, just words and melodies to awaken our senses. Northern Sky reviews Faraway People by Reg Meuross

No banners, no marches, just words and melodies to awaken our senses. Northern Sky reviews Faraway People by Reg Meuross

| October 26, 2017

Reg Meuross is one of the most reliable singer songwriters in the country today. His songs are often touching, poignant and easily accessible, yet he doesn’t feel a need to shriek or scowl, grumble or growl, rather, he stands before us with guitar in hand and moves through a song as a concerned observer, calmly […]

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Wake up to a Breakfast of Neutrinos with Charlie Dore on Dark Matter Day

Wake up to a Breakfast of Neutrinos with Charlie Dore on Dark Matter Day

| October 26, 2017

Tuesday Oct 31st is World Dark Matter Day Charlie Dore released her 9th album, Dark Matter – lead song ‘Breakfast of Neutrinos’ – in May and is touring throughout 2017 & ’18 to promote it. It’s actually a metaphor for the mysteries of our own, inner space, but was inspired by articles Charlie started reading […]

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They Changed Her Mind by Reg Meuross – World Mental Health Day

They Changed Her Mind by Reg Meuross – World Mental Health Day

| October 10, 2017

It’s #WorldMentalHealthDay. Every day needs to be World Mental Health Day. According to the World Health Organisation, one in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. Around 450 million people currently suffer from such conditions, placing mental disorders among the leading causes of […]

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A masterclass in the art of troubadour – Reg Meuross at Priston Festival 2017

A masterclass in the art of troubadour – Reg Meuross at Priston Festival 2017

| September 26, 2017

Really lovely photos – worth flicking through – thank you Dave Sutherland. “A masterclass in the art of the troubadour,” says Dave Sutherland of Reg Meuross at Priston Festival this year. “Great songs and stories, perfectly performed, and even in the event of the PA breaking down, he took one step forward, then played and […]

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