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Essex Singer Karen Hughes Set Up Music Groups To Combat Illness And Hasn't Looked Back

Thursday 28 September 2017

 

From UK newspapers the Daily Gazette / Essex County Standard:

 

Sing Out Loud
Sing Out Loud rehearsals in full swing
 

Essex singer Karen Hughes set up music groups to combat illness and hasn't looked back

By Lauren Oldershaw
September 28, 2017
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SINGING is more than just a hobby to Karen Hughes - and she is not alone.

After the break-up of her marriage and being diagnosed with ME, or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Karen was at her lowest ebb.

But a chance notice in a shop window was to give her the courage to find something which would open up new friendships for herself, and eventually she took the idea further, to help others who might have found themselves in a similar situation.

More and more singing groups are cropping up across the country but Karen explains hers, Sing Out Loud, was among the first to encourage singers who might not necessarily have had the confidence to sing in public.

 

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