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Reg Meuross & Paul Armfield at Midsomer Norton Summer Festival

Midsomer Arts Festival: Reg Meuross + Paul Armfield A week long celebration of the Arts. I’m playing Midsomer Norton Town Hall 7pm  Tickets £10 https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/EFLGDL Between June 17th and 25th Midsomer Norton and the Somervalley area will come alive with the … Continue reading

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Reg Meuross at Pebbles Tavern Watchet

Pebbles Tavern, 24 Market Street, Watchet, Somerset 01984 634 737 Music from 8.30pm more details http://www.pebblestavern.co.uk/news/ Reg brings new album December and plenty more songs to Pebbles Tavern After 10 album releases Reg Meuross has returned to the solo format which … Continue reading

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Reg Meuross at the Farmers Arms Combe Florey

8pm The Farmers Arms Combe Florey, TA4 3HZ Taunton, Somerset FREE ENTRY Reg has been introduced onto the Albert Hall, London, by Mike Harding, as “one of this country’s finest singer songwriters”.  He is a true modern troubadour, representing contemporary English Folk … Continue reading

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The Priston Festival

Really delighted to have been asked to be Patron artist of this great small festival in Somerset. I will be there in the evening with Jess Vincent http://www.priston.org.uk/festival/

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Reg Meuross with The Crewkerne Crewners – world premier of The Countryman’s Ramble Through Crewkerne

This Friday 14th August: World Premiere of The Countryman’s Ramble Through Crewkerne. Somerset singer songwriter and true troubadour Reg Meuross had been searching for a traditional folk song about Crewkerne for decades. Fellow Crewkerne resident, Victoria Le-Fort, had been doing her own research and found The Countryman’s Ramble on an online page of a folksong book archived in Canada! The town asked Reg to set the ballad to music and to teach it to the Crewkerne Crewners. The song will be premiered Friday 14 August as part of the Museum’s current exhibition Pub Crawl in Crewkerne: A History of Pubs and Inns. Tickets are limited, booking recommended. Continue reading

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Reg Meuross ‘After Hours’ at Midsomer Norton Library

Reg Meuross was introduced onto the stage of the Albert Hall, by Mike Harding, as one of the country’s “finest singer songwriters”.  He’s a true modern troubadour, representing contemporary English Folk writing at its best.  Reg captivates audiences with his musicianship and his beautiful tenor voice.
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