Download a copy of Shelly's first and only solo album, Could You Be
Available on Bandcamp, Itunes, Amazon, and CD Baby
 
A beautiful Christmas album that's a must have for the holidays - you haven't heard these carols done like this, and you won't be able to go back.

Download a copy of Shelly's first and only solo album, Could You Be Available on Bandcamp, Itunes, Amazon, and CD Baby   A beautiful Christmas album that's a must have for the holidays - you haven't heard these carols done like this, and you won't be able to go back.

MP3 Examples from Albums Shelly has worked on
Postcard Season - Kerns and the Hemispheres - Electron Drive
Summertime- Jazz Demo
The Other Shoe - Terramara - Dust and Fiction
Thrifty Christian -  Spirit Garage -  Faith, Love and Rock and Roll 
Me Haunting Me - Kerns and the Hemispheres - Electron Drive
Reviews:

...With her smooth, sophisticated sound and intricate harmonies, Shelly Domke has arranged a rich, warm, and easy listening Christmas album that’s a must buy for those who love the classics. Two of the most remarkable tracks on the album are What Child Is This, which is reminiscent of Dianna Krall, and a haunting version of O Holy Night. The entire album is carefully crafted, and all of the tracks are delicately observed and almost worshipful in mood. An excellent addition to any holiday collection... - Seraphina Nova
...I love the music and everyone I have given an album to as a gift has loved it as well - Angela Hagel
...When I heard that she was coming out with a Christmas album I wanted it before I even heard it. I like Christmas carols with a slight twist but not distortion and Shelly’s album works nicely. It is easy going, upbeat, and just good musicianship - Bev Kerns
...Shelly Domke captures you in her soulful presentation of the Christmas Story. Bringing a unique arrangement mixed of jazz and folk, Shelly's tone is graceful and sure, supporting yielding accompaniments and harmonies. - Averil Bach
...the way she presents the songs is done in a way making them some of the best versions of the song’s I have heard, from making them sound familiar yet adding a new sound to them...The Music and vocals are well mixed with the vocals being up front and I enjoy being able to hear each of the instruments with none being above the other - Len Gaagenson
..Many people are particularly averse to traditional carols when they are revised to a different "adaptation"; however, Shelly's "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" is a winner....I hope "Could You Be" is played "far and wide -- and not just at Christmas-time. - Roxie