Tonight, before a beautiful concert of his beautiful songs from new album England Green & England Grey, plus some old favourites. Reg Meuross will present a cheque to representatives of Rowcroft Hospice with money collected by the Monday night music sessions at Acoustic Warehouse, Kingsteignton.
Reg will be joined by special guest Jess Vincent
from 7.30 pm Sunday 16 Nov
Passage House Inn, Hackney Lane, Kingsteignton Devon TQ12 3QH
Tickets £8 advance (£10 on the door if available)
Very few tickets left so advisable to book
Reg Meuross‘ sets include up to the minute social commentary, as well as songs rich in history. Reg’s lyrics are powerful and are often wryly witty, and his performance and the stories he tells in song and between songs are warm and intimate, drawing people in deep.
Introduced onto the stage of the Albert Hall, London, by Mike Harding, as one of the country’s “finest singer songwriters”. He is a true modern troubadour, representing contemporary English Folk writing at it’s best. Reg captivates audiences with his musicianship and his beautiful tenor voice, and has won the FATEA award for Best Male Vocalist 2013.
“Intelligent and thought-provoking songs, beautifully made and skilfully delivered” The Times
“There’s something special about the way he writes and delivers a song” TOWNES VAN ZANDT
“Calling Meuross a singer-songwriter really doesn’t do the man justice. Meuross doesn’t write lines of lyrics. He writes short stories then sets them to some of the most captivating melodies you’ll ever hear.” Pennyblack Music
“Magnificent powerful and moving” Pete Townshend