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Shelly Quarmby

Thursday 18 February 2010

Shelly Quarmby - ChangeUK singer/songwriter Shelly Quarmby (pictured) has released a six-song EP entitled Change and proceeds from the sale of one of the tracks will go towards Fibromyalgia Association of the United Kingdom (FMA UK).

You can hear samples of Shelly's music here.

Barbara Keddy, on her Woman and Fibromyalgia blog, has written an article about Shelley:

Fibromyalgia and Singing

”The only thing better than singing is more singing”, Ella Fitzgerald

The singer/songwriter Shelly Quarmby has just released  a six song EP entitled Change; the proceeds of one of the tracks will be donated to the  Fibromyalgia Association of the United Kingdom (FMA UK). Her own struggles with fibromyalgia inspired her to make this contribution. Shelly has a Canadian connection, as she lived in Toronto while she recorded her EP there. She has agreed to answer some questions for us regarding both her career and living with fibromyalgia. She is available for viewing on iTunes and her music is soothing to the ear!  Her website is: and I urge those of you who need to be uplifted  to buy her music!

Lives that are afflicted by this invisible dis-ease are often spent in social isolation, but the stories of those who carry on with dignity are numerous. Shelly is one such woman.

The article also has an interview with Shelly.

The full article can be found here.


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