Deano’s Vlog 3

It’s Vlog time! Grab yourself a cuppa and join me as I share the before and after of my neuro-physiotherapy appointment, for Parkinson’s Disease.

Duet: Adagio

I recently learnt of an incredible musical talent; Lara Fabian. Lara is a Belgian-Canadian singer and recording artist. One of the songs she has become synonymous with is 'Adagio.' I have been connected with a wonderfully talented singer, named Rioger, on Smule singing site. Rioger invited me to join him in singing Adagio. I was... Continue Reading →

Something is Happening

Something is happening.That is becoming clear to me.Is it life shattering?For I’m just not how I should be. My writing seems so small.I find I’m cramping up a lot.I feel as though I’ll fall.Temperature control is shot. I can’t co-ordinate.So much crockery is broken.I stay awake so late.I’d sleep on, if not awoken.  I feel... Continue Reading →

Parkinson’s Window

I felt compelled to paint an eye; the eye of a person with Parkinson’s Disease. This is the window from which a person with Parkinson’s looks out and sees the beauty in the simple aspects of life. These are the things that the healthy will often overlook, because they don't have to sit and stop.... Continue Reading →

Duet: Barcelona

I had wanted to sing Barcelona for a long time but I just do not have the power to belt out a song in the way Freddie Mercury did and how could I ever sing the strong yet also delicate lines of Montserrat Caballe with my voice? Then, it occurred to me to 'flip it... Continue Reading →

Solo: Sweet Dreams

This iconic song, with the captivating melody, was so much fun to record. Technically, this is the template I recorded for a duet but I think it stands just as well as a solo, even though there are reduced lyrics as a consequence. What do you think? Take a look at the video. From a... Continue Reading →

Solo: A Different Corner

I decided to try to sing the entire solo piece. This is such a beautiful song, by George Michael. From a Parkinson's perspective, this was all about moving from the softer to stronger tones, and back, as seemlessly as possible. The good news; a year ago I could not get through this without coughing and... Continue Reading →


When I first walked into a waiting room for my first post diagnosis meeting with my neurologist, I was struck by one thing. Very elderly, grey haired people. Nobody looked like me. Everyone was easily in their eighties and they were of grey hair, wizened faces and I simply stood out 'like a sore thumb'.Where... Continue Reading →

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