Tracy Clark, a native Bostonian, is at the top of her musical game. After touring and pursuing a songwriting and recording career in NYC and LA, Tracy is back in her Boston groove.
Tracy's voice is consistently referred to as "velvet and silk". With a sound that is "totally natural" Tracy's
admirers include Ron Della Chiesa, "wonderful sound" and Bo Winiker, "great sense of rhythm and delivery...with pitch that is spot on". The quote that may sum her up best is from Dream Farm Radio's Julie Lavender, "Tracy's voice is as warm as a pot bellied stove on a frosty winter's night."
The Tracy Clark Band regularly appears at Scullers Jazz Club as well as Ryles and other reknowned venues. They have opened for Natalie Cole and will be featured this year with Frankie Avalon and Bobby Rydell.
Tracy has the gift of connecting with her audiences. She pulls you in and makes you feel a personal connection with her.
She is joined by a band of accomplished musicians/Berklee faculty, including pianist, Bob Christopherson who also arranges all of The Tracy Clark Band songs, Greg Holt, on bass, who also plays with The Boston Pops, and Casey Scheuerell (formerly of Jean-Luc Ponty) on drums.