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Folk Band from Cincinnati, OH - Will travel up to 500 miles
MEMBER SINCE 2006
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$300 - $4000
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Adhering to the philosophy that growth emerges from experimentation, she performs often in varied venues from clubs to bars to benefits and festivals. Said of her opening performance for the Indigo Girls at Pepsi Jammin On Main, “...those who care about music...were taken by Tracy. It was a startling set. We got goose bumps backstage enjoying people who were enjoying it,” said Bob Elias, Event Producer. Tracy has appeared at Cincinnati’s premier concert venue Riverbend Entertainment Center with her band opening for the legendary Joe Cocker. Tracy has also opened for up-and-coming singer/songwriter Melissa Ferrick, Sally Taylor - daughter of veterans James Taylor and Carly Simon, pop-rockers Blessid Union of Souls, R&B legend “Iceman” Jerry Butler, folk icon Tom Paxton, up-and-coming rockers Antigone Rising and OAR and old favorite Mitch Ryder.
Critics and judges are rewarding what fans have known all along: Walker possesses a soaring alto demanding of attention. To wit: Walker beat stiff competition and was named 1997 Best Singer/Songwriter and 2000 Best Folk Artist by the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards sponsored by Cincinnati CityBeat, the city’s leading weekly newspaper of arts and issues. She was also awarded two CAMMY’s, the Cincinnati Enquirer Pop Music Awards, for Best Solo Act 1999 and Best Folk/Bluegrass Vocalist 2001. She was voted Best Local Musician in CityBeat’s Best Of Cincinnati readers’ poll and received another CEA nomination in 2002. Walker has contributed her talent and time to many fund raising efforts and has often been selected as a panelist at music seminars to share what she has learned about the business of music. In 2003 Tracy was a member of the judging panel for the National Association of Recording Arts & Sciences Demo Review Panel (NARAS - The folks who bring you the GRAMMYs). She recently participated as a songwriting mentor for the Songwriter’s Summit for Oneness Retreat produced by Oneness (national organization promoting racial and ethnic diversity and unity through music).
Tracy Walker has played extensively in the Greater Cincinnati area and has appeared on stages in Tucson, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Indianapolis and many other cities across the country. She is playing dates around the country to support the release of All This Time. Tracy has developed a well deserved reputation as a fierce solo performer she will also showcase the songs of All This Time with her band.
Please note Tracy Walker Band
will also travel to Clifton, Terrace Park, Miamiville, Amelia, Batavia, Melbourne, Milford, Mount Saint Joseph, Camp Dennison, Silver Grove, Miamitown, Ross, Fort Thomas, Hooven, New Richmond, Dayton, Hamilton, Highland Heights, Kings Mills, Loveland, New Haven, Owensville, Shandon, Bellevue, Goshen, Newport, Newtonsville, Alexandria, Covington, Overpeck.