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Singer/Songwriter, Tracy Marie's love is in the 100+ songs she has written or co-written, some of which she has produced into 3 full-length albums. Her original music spans the styles of rock, alternative, pop, folk, blues and country.
In addition to solo-acoustic performances with her piano and guitar, Tracy Marie has also performed with various groups including her own Heart tribute band in the early 2000ís and in an all original hard rock group called Glue, which disbanded mid decade. During this period, Tracy Marie also performed in New York City with Stanley Jordon, Jazz Legend and in a duet performance with the legendary Buddy Miles at Asbury Park's Stone Pony. Seeing Marie go from belting out the blues into performing in a more intimate setting as a solo performer is a seamless transition.
Tracy Marie has been recognized by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum as an integral part of Cleveland's music industry with her nomination for the "Rock Hall Riot Girl Award" in 2008, also received by Joan Jett. She has also been recognized by independent music magazines, Scene and Freetimes with numerous nominations for best Singer/Songwriter and Vocalist in Cleveland.
In addition to performing and producing, Tracy Marie is concert promoter and director of the annual Breastfest Cleveland concert, which partners with the Cleveland Clinic to support breast cancer patients in financial need. This October will be the 13th year for the event, which has raised thousands of dollars and features top regional talent.
In the meantime, Tracy Marie continues to perform in and around Cleveland while working hard for an upcoming studio release.
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