THERE are two chances to see  the remarkable singer-songwriter and story-teller that is Reg Meuross in Devon later this month.

He will be appearing at Dartmouth’s Flavel Centre later this month.

A true modern troubadour, he represents contemporary English folk writing at its best Reg is currently touring with song cycle Stolen From God, focusing on the transatlantic slave trade – uncovering its’ hidden history from a South West England perspective. 

On April 18 he will be performing at Dartmouth’s Flavel Centre with a second concert the following night (April 19) at Ashburton Arts Centre. Both gigs start at 7.30pm.

Reg has been captivating audiences with his beautiful tenor voice, and with breadth and depth of material that is unparalleled, and has toured extensively for decades across the UK, Europe, North America and the Antipodes. 

Masterfully accompanying himself on his ‘44 Martin six-string guitar, harmonica, tenor guitar, banjo and dulcimer, witnessing a Reg Meuross performance is to experience a journey into the heart, soul and songs of one of England’s most celebrated writers. 

Stories that need to be told; struggles that need to be known; injustice that needs to be uncovered; social conscience that needs to be celebrated – his music has an unrivalled power to reach and move the listener. 

After fourteen critically-acclaimed albums, Reg continues to prove how highly relevant his songs are, whilst reaching new audiences with consistently spellbinding performances. 

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