THERE will be love, longing and true stories.

Reg Meuross has toured the country with the likes of comedian Richard Morton, rock violinist Bob Loveday and country and western songwriter Hank Wangford.

Now he is on his way to a Hampshire market town where he will put on a show alongside one of the UK’s top up and coming folk duos, Loreley.

The acclaimed folk singer first arrived on the acoustic music scene as part of The Panic Brothers with comedian Richard Morton.

The pair released album In The Red and toured for five years appearing at festivals in Sidmouth, Glastonbury and Edinburgh and made regular appearances on TV including Friday Night Live.

He went on to form roots band The Flamingos with Martin Belmont, Bob Loveday and Alison Jones, recording the album Arrested in 1991.

He has also toured with Hank Wangford and the Lost Cowboys.

Now Reg will showcase some of the songs from his newest album December at the show in Whitchurch.

And Loreley will be joining him as part of his Southern Villages Microtour.

The award-winning folk duo from Reading, featuring singer Maddy Glenn and instrumentalist Simon Chisholm, aims to mix traditional lyrics with modern music.

Since forming in 2014 they have played along a host of top artists and have become regulars at folk clubs and festivals across Reading and Berkshire.

Now they will be showcasing music from their debut EP, Two Blind Mice and their new album Fortified in Hampshire.

The show will be at Whitchurch Parish Hall on June 18. Doors will open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the door.