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Chester Charity Campaigners Create World's First Ever CD Dedicated To Fibromyalgia

Tuesday 18 February 2020


From UK news outlet CheshireLive:


David and Jackie Williams
David and Jackie Williams at a previous charity event.

Chester charity campaigners create world's first ever CD dedicated to fibromyalgia

The CD is now available in HMV

By Carmella de Lucia Senior Journalist & What's On Writer
15 February 2020
© 2020 a Reach plc subsidiary.

A Chester couple who have dedicated their lives to raising awareness of the incurable illness fibromyalgia have launched the first ever dedicated CD to highlight the disease.

David Williams organises a concert in Chester each year called Rock off Fibro, in aid of sufferers of the chronic pain disorder that his wife Jackie has been suffering from for almost a decade.

Jackie was only 43 when she was diagnosed with the incurable condition that causes muscle stiffness and constant pain all over the body with profound fatigue, disturbed sleep and a myriad of other difficult symptoms.

David, who is Jackie's full time carer, has since made it his mission to raise awareness and funds through the Rock Off Fibro event, which brings together a number of bands giving up their time for free.

As well as this, he had also written to bands from across the UK to ask for their help to create a CD album that could help raise awareness of the condition locally and further afield.

To David's delight, musicians from the UK, America and Greece all came forward and donated tracks that were previously unreleased or specially remixed for the album, called Rock off Fibro.


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