Reg is currently touring with his latest album, '12 Silk Handkerchiefs' which tells of fighting fishwife Lillian Bilocca, who led a battle for better trawler safety following Hull's Triple Trawler Disaster of 1968. Like much of Reg's work, this project has touched hearts (of seemingly the whole city of Hull, and beyond) at a deep level, and grown into something very significant.
Mark Radcliffe introduced Reg Meuross onto the BBC Radio 2 Folk Show as a “brilliant singer-songwriter and true troubadour with a social conscience”. But it’s not all protest; as well as story-songs which bring characters to life, Reg also writes and sings some of the most heart-aching love songs ever written, performed with depth and spellbinding delivery.
“An insight into the human spirit and empathy in the plight of ordinary people.”
There's lots of video on Youtube of Reg for you to check out; here's 'England Green & England Grey', which was the title track of Reg's recent album. It was hailed by some as 'a new national anthem for our country'!