Update: Video of the conversation and Terry Reid’s acoustic tunes can be watched on Facebook Live:

Washington Post national arts reporter Geoff Edgers will sit down with British singer and guitar player Terry Reid on Sunday, April 24 for a pre-concert discussion at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club. Terry Reid and Cosmic American Derelicts will perform a rock concert following the conversation. According to Edgers, Reid is the greatest singer who never made it. The man who, as the legend goes, turned down a chance to sing lead for Led Zeppelin. Most recently, Reid has been collaborating with Johnny Depp and Aerosmith and John Lennon producer, Jack Douglas in a jam session as featured in this video.

Listen to Reid’s new single, “I’ll Do Happiness” with Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry.

Terry Reid and Cosmic American Derelicts Concert and Conversation with Washington Post’s Geoff Edgers 
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club
8:00 p.m. Conversation with Geoff Edgers and Terry Reid
8:45 p.m. Concert with Terry Reid and Cosmic American Derelicts
Tickets: $20

Tickets to the April 24 concert and conversation can be purchased online from Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club.

Geoff Edgers, the Washington Post’s national arts reporter, covers everything from fine arts to popular culture. In the last year, he’s profiled Eddie Murphy, Michael Govan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He has produced and starred in the 2010 documentary, “Do It Again,”  about his attempt to reunite the Kinks, and has written four children’s books, including “Who Were the Beatles?” and “Who Was Elvis Presley?”

Terry Reid and Cosmic American Derelicts have been collaborating and performing for over eight years. The April 24 concert will be an issue of Reid’s 1973 album, “River.” British rocker Reid has toured with bands across the world including The Rolling Stones, Cream, Jethro Tull and Fleetwood Mac among others. Learn more at TerryReid.com and CosmicAmericanDerelicts.com.