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Profile of Shelly McErlaine on Famous Like Me

Name: Shelly McErlaine  
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Date of Birth: 20th March 1972
Place of Birth: Barking, Essex
Profession: Singer
From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia

Shelly McErlaine (née Poole) is a songwriter and singer who shot to fame alongside her sister Karen in the band Alisha's Attic. She was born on March 20, 1972 in Barking, Essex and married Ally McErlaine from the Scottish band Texas in October 2001.

After Mercury Records decided not to take out their option on a fourth Alisha's Attic album Shelly (sometimes spelled as Shellie) started work on a solo career. Her forthcoming album is titled "Totally Under Water" and is scheduled for release in Spring 2005 with the following tracklist:

  1. Totally Under Water
  2. Hard Time For The Dreamer
  3. Little Wonder
  4. How Do U Know This Girl
  5. Lose Yourself
  6. Don't Look That Way
  7. Lost In You
  8. If You'll Be Pilot
  9. Ultimate Rave
  10. Ambition
  11. Hope
  12. Fit Somewhere
  13. Give It Your Best

The album was retitled "Hard Time For The Dreamer" under the name Shelly Poole and released in September 2005 with this revised tracklist:

  1. Hard Time For The Dreamer
  2. Totally Underwater
  3. Little Wonder
  4. Out In The Open
  5. Don't Look That Way
  6. Any Day Now feat. Jack Savoretti
  7. If You Will Be Pilot
  8. Lost In You
  9. Lose Yourself
  10. Hope feat. Jack Savoretti

External link

  • Shelly Fan Site
  • MySpace
  • Official Site

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