Musician Trevor Williams knows what M.E. can do, his sister Zoe has had severe M.E. for most of his life. Deeply moved after reading InterAction's winning poetry competition entry `Still Friends' by Carli Barry in issue 42, Trev decided to put her words to music to raise funds for AfME. As well as the song `Still Friends', his three-track CD includes a calming piece of music to still the mind called `So peaceful', and another ballad, 'Do you miss me?' with vocals by Hannah Nicholson.

Carli's mum Sheila explains: `My daughter's poem tells of the devastation she felt at the loss of a friend and the isolation of being cut off from the "world that she once knew". It highlights just how important friends can be to those suffering from M.E.

`Carli died, by her own choice, on her 27th birthday. If in some small way her poem has helped to make a difference, we will not feel that she has died in vain. She is greatly missed but we respect her decision.' (Carli is left in the photo)

To buy a copy of Still Friends (released Dec 2003) for just ?5 including postage and packing (UK), send a cheque payable to 'Trev Williams Music' to Trev Williams Music, Technology House, Lissadel St, Salford, Greater Manchester, M6 6AP ENGLAND. All the profit from this CD goes to Action for M.E. Registered Charity No. 1036419 Still Friends - clip ">

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Description: This work is to accompany the relaxation music found on the charity CD "Still Friends".


Musician Trevor Williams knows what M.E. can do, his sister Zoe has had severe M.E. for most of his life. Deeply moved after reading InterAction's winning poetry competition entry `Still Friends' by Carli Barry in issue 42, Trev decided to put her words to music to raise funds for AfME. As well as the song `Still Friends', his three-track CD includes a calming piece of music to still the mind called `So peaceful', and another ballad, 'Do you miss me?' with vocals by Hannah Nicholson.

Carli's mum Sheila explains: `My daughter's poem tells of the devastation she felt at the loss of a friend and the isolation of being cut off from the "world that she once knew". It highlights just how important friends can be to those suffering from M.E.

`Carli died, by her own choice, on her 27th birthday. If in some small way her poem has helped to make a difference, we will not feel that she has died in vain. She is greatly missed but we respect her decision.' (Carli is left in the photo)

To buy a copy of Still Friends (released Dec 2003) for just ?5 including postage and packing (UK), send a cheque payable to 'Trev Williams Music' to Trev Williams Music, Technology House, Lissadel St, Salford, Greater Manchester, M6 6AP ENGLAND. All the profit from this CD goes to Action for M.E. Registered Charity No. 1036419 Still Friends - clip



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Trev Williams

Biography
Trevor Williams is originally from Oxfordshire. Born 25 Nov 1980 in a town called Wantage, he studied Popular Music and Recording at the University of Salford and was awarded a First Class BA (Hons) degree in June 2003.

Fronting many bands throughout university (including Jixaw and The Strawberries) has developed his compositional writing. Also playing regular gigs both with bands and solo, has given him a strong sense of public opinion. Through his time at university Trevor has composed in excess of 100 songs, completing the album Lost in May 2002, and the album My Girl in April 2003 (available for ?9.99).

Now working as a freelance composer/songwriter, he lives in Manchester and is based at Technology House in Salford. He is currently working on commissions for various people, and setting up a song writing to poetry service. For more information Email Commissions@TrevWilliams.co.uk. Trevor is also passionate about art and strongly links his compositions to visual inspiration. More of his original artwork can be found on his site. www.TrevWilliams.co.uk

 
Statement
The flurrrfy is a rare animal, who rarely comes out. He often helps Trevor when he's in need of inspiration.
 
Exhibitions
Trev Williams first online exhibition can be viewed at www.espectro.com.
 

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