The Whitehouse Sessions presents Reg Meuross, described as a “brilliant singer-songwriter and true troubadour with a social conscience” by Mark Radcliffe on BBC Radio 2’s Folk Show.
Accompanying himself masterfully on guitar and captivating audiences with his beautiful tenor voice, Reg’s catalogue includes story songs which bring characters from history to life, songs of protest and some of the most heart aching love songs ever written, performed with depth and spellbinding delivery. “There’s something special about the way he writes and delivers a song” said Townes Van Zandt. Reg has that rare gift of being able to touch people through his songs and performance, on a really human level, his words and music painting pictures that remain with the listener long after the song has been sung.
Reg’s appearances at art centres, music clubs and festivals and his 12 albums have established his songs as ‘the hinges upon which swing the doors of perceptive English folk’ (Folkwords). Festival appearances include: Cropredy, Folk on the Coast, Bude, Great British Folk Festival, Auckland Festival NZ, Broadstairs Folk Week, Gate To Southwell, Costa Del Folk, Illawarra Folk Festival (Australia) and many more, small and large. He is the patron artist of Priston Folk Festival in Somerset and Bridport Folk Festival in Dorset and of Holywell Music and Folk in Oxford.