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UK Dad With Incurable Illness Pens Song For Charity Album

Tuesday 22 May 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Hartlepool Mail:

 

Andrew Forcer
Andrew Forcer, of Park Road, Hartlepool who suffers from
Fibromyalgia, has written a song to raise money for the
treatment of the illness. He's pictured with the
album cover, which he has painted.
 

Hartlepool dad with incurable illness pens song for charity album

By David Allison
21 May 2018
© 2018 Johnston Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

A Hartlepool dad who suffers from a debilitating illness has penned a song for a new charity album which is hoped to raise funds and help those battling the condition.

Andrew Forcer has had fibromyalgia for the past five or six years and has had to give up work because of it.

The former hardware store worker, of Park Road, is passionate about helping to improve treatment options for people with the condition.

“A couple of years ago a friend got in touch to say that some guys in bands in Chester were putting on a concert for those affected,” said the 45-year-old.

“I ended up going down and the people involved were really enthusiastic, so there have since been other concerts there and an art exhibition which I was involved in.

“I wanted to write a song as a ‘thank you’ and my friend, who’s in a couple of bands, said if I got it done then he would be able to put music to it.

“It’s about how fibro feels to me.”

 

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