Corrie Shelley is a singer-songwriter from Lancashire, UK

Corrie is making up for lost time having only recently rediscovered the joy of songwriting after a 30 year break, and in the space of two years has just released her 2nd album.  As a folk singer/songwriter, her songs take us on a journey of random thoughts, fuelled by copious cups of sweet tea, which transport us to 17th century scenes of Lords and Peasant girls, 18th century pirate ships ‘The Whydah' which sank 300 yrs ago, into the 19th century covering wars, mining tragedies and affairs of the heart. 

Her alluring vocals and storytelling paint vivid pictures in your mind… “As good a piece of folk rock as you’ll find anywhere, reminiscent of Prelude and Pentangle.” Liz Franklin - EdenFM & Blues and Roots Radio

" The leaf and the cane is one of the stand out albums of 2017, Corrie's unique style gives a superbly traditional feel to the songs she writes." - Brian Player - Acoustic Cafe - Why Valley Radio & Blues and Roots Radio

Album Review

"For me the standout track is 'Jonny' ..... If this song fails to move you, you must be the sort of person that votes for bedroom tax...." - Neil King - Fatea Magazine

Full review here…..
Fatea Magazine Album Review

Local Paper review

Folk Album Inspired by the Cup that Cheers

Full review here…..
Wigan Today

Local Paper article for the Pretoria Pit Memorial Service

Community Pay Respects to the Hundreds Who Lost their Lives in Mining Disaster

Full article here…..
Leigh Journal