Friday, 8 June 2012


Here is my latest video... a short but I hope poignant little video that looks not only at what fibromyalgia feels like, but how it feels to have fibro and not be believed.

I hope lots of non-believers and people on the fence get to see this one.

Note: No beanie babies were actually injured in the making of this video.

By the way, the song you're hearing is one I wrote and recorded to remember the 14 young women who died and 15 who were injured at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique in 1989. You can listen to and download this song, for free and in its entirety, by going to the homepage of my website
and scrolling down to the bottom right.

If you REALLY like the song and would like a CD of my music, which I recorded with my band WORTLEY ROAD, and which includes the song you just heard plus 12 others (10 of mine and two by the extremely gifted singer/songwriter and close friend Johann Kinting), go to

and scroll down until you see the cover:

The song is called DANS LE CIEL. And the CD is called GHOSTS OF THE CPR and features 4 Juno Award winners, plus Johann, myself  and Canadian icon James Gordon. Some other songs from that album are in my blogs (if you scroll back to some older posts).


1 comment:

  1. Dr. Kevin White's expertise in chronic pain related suffering is second to none. Where all others failed to understand, comprehend or sufficiently treat the root of the pain and suffering my wife experienced after a terrible head injury, Dr. White committed himself to compassionate listening and genuine empathy to help inform diagnosis. His approach resulted in excellent medical treatment which gave my wife the second chance and level of pain free life that others in the medical profession (GP's and Specialists included) assured us would not be possible. Dr. White saved my wife and our family from what could have been years of debilitating physical pain, depression and hardship. It's not an overnight recovery, it took several years of trial and error, but for the past six years, the pain has leveled off and she has enjoyed an 80% to 90% recovery. For his medical expertise, his care, and his friendship we remain forever grateful, blessed and deeply thankful.
    The Kinting Family.