On Friday, 13th July, avoid the bad luck and tune into the dulcet tones of Reg Meuross at Holywell Music Rooms in Oxford.
Reg Meuross’ booking on the Holywell Music & Folk stage has had Round & About magazine’s Twitter feed aflutter thanks to fans near and far.
Geoff Smith, the inspirational promoter behind Holywell Music & Folk in Oxford, has bagged this exclusive for his live music series which has already included Teddy Thompson and exciting local band Xogara.
Somerset singer-songwriter Reg is known as a troubadour with a social conscience. He has chosen Holywell Music Rooms for the launch of his eponymous new album which he was invited to record in Germany by cutting-edge studios Stockfisch Records last year.
This album is a retrospective of 12 Meuross favourites, with fresh arrangements and production by Gunter Pauler. Reg will sing these 12 songs of love, death, politics and social commentary.
Reg, who is a patron artist of Holywell Music & Folk says: “Holywell is a very special venue. My own connection goes back to 2010 when I was invited to play here by the late Stephen Jordan, then head librarian of the Bodleian Music Library after he’d commissioned a collection of unreleased songs from me. This live series is a fantastic initiative by Holywell Music & Folk and I’m proud to be a patron artist and to support it every way I can – that’s why I chose the venue for my album launch.”
Doors open at 7pm, with support from Edd Donovan. Tickets £12.50 from WeGotTickets + £1.25 booking or £15 on the door or from Truck Store. Some CDs for sale at the gig. Visit www.holywellmusicandfolk.co.uk and www.regmeuross.com