Shelley Hamilton
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Shelley Hamilton

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The best kept secret in music


""Feeling Good" lives up to its title"

Rarely can you trust the title of an album, but "Feeling Good" lives up to its title. Hamilton starts off with a high-spirited cover of Nina Simone's "Feeling Good", which used to be a very "sad" track, but Shelley gives it new life, bringing out the Good in it.

Feeling good is not all high spirit upbeat tracks however. She brings you to a blue jazz lounge and shows you what a good time means there too. Recording "Sarahnade" as a live version is a brilliant idea. The "noise" behind contributes to its liveliness, the piano compliments her voice. "Only You" is another cover track that Hamilton delivers in today's sound. Great background chorus and backup enforces Shelley's deep and full voice.

You have to give the "Feeling Good Outro" a good listen. Shelley takes a very soulful song and makes it her own.

Quote of the Album: "From here to Japan, or whatever land..."
Longevity: This doesn't sound like a debut album at all. The amount of details put into it will keep you listening for more. Go get it and start "Feeling good".
Track of Note: 2,3,6,7,11
Stars: 4 out of 5
URL: - Gay Guide Toronto

"Various Kudos"

"Shelley makes me be a better person, and makes me want to keep singing. Her artistry is huge."
- Elaine Overholt - Singing coach for Richard Gere/Catherine Zeta-Jones/Ren┼Że Zellweger in "Chicago"

"Shelley Hamilton performs, and delivers her vocals with an irresistible passion; you know she has lived the song she sings about." - Juno Award Winner Billy Newton Davis

"SHELLEY...SHELLEY...SHELLEY... GREAT!! FABULOUS!!! I'll be adding 7 or 8 cuts to my channel immediately!" - James Craig, Smooth Jazz Programmer for the CBC Galaxie Continuous Music Network

"A deep, rich, velvet voice full of authenticity, all wrapped up in a package reminiscent of 70's soul. Shelley Hamilton is THE real article." - Canadian recording artist Lee Aaron - Canadian Press


"Feeling Good" CD


Feeling a bit camera shy


SHELLEY HAMILTON's debut CD "Feeling Good" was released to great acclaim in 2004 at the CBC's Glenn Gould Theatre in Toronto. Shelley has also created a "Feeling Good" one woman cabaret show that debuted to rave reviews at the Atlantic Fringe Festival.
Shelley is the featured vocalist on the 2003 Juno Award-winning album "Allegro" by Warner Music artist Robert Michaels. Shelley is also the featured vocalist on "One World" by Jamie Bonk which won Album of the Year and Best Instrumental Acoustic Album at the NAR Lifestyle Music Awards, and for several years, has been a featured performer at Toronto's Downtown Jazz Festival. Shelley has sung in Dubai, Japan, Holland, the Caribbean, as well as all over Canada and the U.S.