My own personal CD is ready to start raising research funding for our planned concert. Watch http://www.fibrohugs.org and http://fmsglobalnews.wordpress.com for news of the CD being in production and ready for sale.
Music? Now your talking my language! I grew up in Detroit during the 60′s and 70′s and played guitar for numerous “garage bands” and met my share of talented people over the years. Some of the most talented musicians in the Detroit area are just now coming out and getting noticed. I have some projects set up with some of the area’s best talent in the near future. Watch for news of a “special project” I have in the works this spring.
FMS Global News began early one morning in May of 2006 while Ken Euteneier, a close friend and webmaster of fibrohugs, located in Regina, Saskatchewan, and I were discussing ways to promote fibromyalgia awareness over our morning coffee. At the time, there was very little in the way of reliable news regarding fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), so Ken and I decided to become an online news agency. About 9 months later the news blog, http://fmsglobalnews.wordpress.com was added, and became the worlds first “global” source of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome news available world wide and in any number of languages. Months later we were joined by Jeanne Hambleton, a journalist from the UK, and we began bringing news and articles from around the world about fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Jeanne’s unique style of writing and the wealth of data we were able to introduce to the web, became our signature trademark. We began adding RSS feeds to a number of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue sites, becoming the “source” of news for a number of web sites. FMS Global News Google Groups began this feed service and we were soon up and running with a number of web sites picking up the feed and a number of subscribers receiving their news by e-mail. We have some really awesome plans for 2008 and you won’t want to miss any of this, so keep reading and we’ll drop you a few hint’s about what’s coming up next.
Who I’d like to meet:
Anyone interested in promoting gulf war syndrome and fibromyalgia news, research, and awareness…Musicians that can really rock
If you would like to help:
To donate to the Gregory Shane Fibromyalgia Fund:
Please earmark your donation “Concert Fund Attn. Dr. Dan Clauw”
Call toll free 866-860-0026 or local (in Michigan) 734-763-6433.
Donate online at Michigan Online Giving and
enter the fund’s name on the donor form.
Both private and Corporate donations are welcome.