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My Mum would have loved this… 12 Silk Handkerchiefs, Reg Meuross

International Women’s Day in Hull and we are about to perform my song cycle ’12 Silk Handkerchiefs’, based on Brian W Lavery’s book ‘The Headscarf Revolutionaries’, for the third time. Once again the gorgeous Hull Minster is packed out and … Continue reading

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GemsOnVHS releases first of 3 Reg Meuross videos filmed at Cecil Sharp House

With a love of authentic songwriting, passionate people and out of the ordinary stuff it’s no wonder that Antony Simpkins, founder of GemsOnVHS which is spearheading a new wave of DIY Americana on youtube, was immediately drawn to Reg Meuross when they met … Continue reading

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New Video: My Name Is London Town – in the library at Cecil Sharp House

It was great to spend a day at Cecil Sharp House last Summer with GemsOnVHS. Here’s one of the videos we made, My Name Is London Town. I’m back in London at Bush Hall on February 28th. Would be great … Continue reading

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Reg Meuross’ new song cycle 12 Silk Handkerchiefs brings 400 to their feet at Hull Minster

More than 400 people in Hull Minster gave a standing ovation for the song cycle 12 Silk Handkerchiefs by acclaimed singer/songwriter Reg Meuross on November 8th 2018. The show returns to Hull Minster on March 8th 2019 – tickets HERE. Extra seating had to be … Continue reading

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Reg Meuross Larrivée OM 03R guitar is for sale to the highest bidder before 9am 14/01/2019

Larrivee OM 03R. Year 2008 I bought this guitar new in 2008 when I was touring America. I was on my way from Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas to Nashville and stopped in San Antonio at Guitar Tex on McCullough … Continue reading

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A new song for Shelley (to be premiered at Fatea Festival, Shelley Theatre, 3rd November)

I will premiere my new song ‘Shelley’s Heart’ on Saturday 2nd November on the stage of Shelley Theatre, Bournemouth, for Fatea’s 30th Birthday Bash. TICKETS AND INFO. When I heard the story of Shelley’s heart I was struck by the … Continue reading

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12 Silk Handkerchiefs a song cycle by Reg Meuross – pre-order now

PRE ORDER HERE I went up to Hull last week to record the song cycle *’12 Silk Handkerchiefs’ which tells the story of the 1968 Hull Triple Trawler Disaster and the subsequent uprising, led by fighting fishwife Mrs Lillian Bilocca, … Continue reading

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Two new festivals and dreams of a writing hut…

Writing from Towersey Festival about two new (to me) festivals last weekend. Past eerie Corfe castle and the picturesque town, I eventually arrived at Purbeck Valley Folk Festival last Friday. The location and the farm site is quaint and relaxing. My first … Continue reading

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Raising funds for the Faraway People of Sidmouth

i was thinking about deportees and refugees, the unknown and unnamed and the next thing i knew i’d written a song about it and i thought this could be a good song. then i played the song to katie and … Continue reading

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

A lovely lead article was published in the Sidmouth Herald this week. Thank you Philippa Davies. It would be great to see you if you’re anywhere near Sidmouth on Thursday, and if you’re nowhere near, we’ve set up a link … Continue reading

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