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Musician With ME Produces EP From Her Bed

Monday 3 April 2017


From #MEAction:


Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm
Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm


By Adriane Tillman
April 1, 2017
Copyright © 2015 The Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Action Network, All Rights Reserved

#MEAction is working with [US] musician Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm to re-release her music video, “Believe Her,” to showcase the broader face of the ME community.

Send in a still photo or 5-second clip of yourself in bed holding a sign that says #BelieveME or #BelieveHer by April 30th. We will include these clips of people with ME from around the world in the re-release of Kaeley’s music video “Believe Her” on May 6th. Send to

The new music video will be part of a larger virtual concert called #Bedfest that #MEAction is producing on May 6th in a lead-up to the international day of awareness for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis on May 12th. Read more here,and join in the concert.


Two years ago, Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm got a bug bite that developed into late-stage Lyme disease and triggered her development of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). Even as the 27-year-old musician could barely hold up her head for more than two minutes per day, she knew she wanted to record music to help other people understand the excruciating plight of having a chronic illness, especially one that is misunderstood and dismissed by the medical profession.

Kaeley will debut her EP, Hi From Pillows, out in May on Local Woman Records. She has just released a music video of a song called “Believe Her” from the EP.


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