HE HAS a fine tenor voice, is a skilled guitar and dulcimer player and has a collection of beautiful songs to sing.
Together they make Reg Meuross one of the country’s most respected singer songwriters.
Next weekend (March 26) he will be at Hepworth Village Hall as part of the HEPWORTHLIVE series of gigs, proving once more just how highly rated these concerts already are.
Reg’s career began with The Panic Brothers, a duo formed in the Eighties with Richard Morton.
They spent five years touring with festival appearances at Edinburgh, Glastonbury and Sidmouth.
More recently, Reg has been a key member of Hank Wangford’s band,
Seven years ago he released Short Stories, the album that many see as finally establishing Reg as one of the country’s finest singer songwriters. And the classy albums continue to flow.
Thanks to his writing, performing and acting skills, Reg has worked with people as diverse as Nick Lowe, Robbie Coltrane, Chris Difford, Lenny Henry, and Paul Merton.
He’s strong on melody with a fine, soulful voice and an engaging delivery. Little wonder that with his storytelling gifts, he’s become one of the country’s leading folk talents.
Reg will be performing songs from his new CD All This Longing, a follow up to the widely applauded Dragonfly.
He will be accompanied by Bethany Porter, a brilliant young cellist, singer and ukulele player plus support Nicky Swann.
Ticket details on www.hepworthlive.com