Tracy Cruz will be performing LIVE at Yerba Buena Night along with Julian Hoover (guitar) and Anthone Jackson (supporting vocals). Yerba Buena Night is a FREE evening arts festival in the heart of San Francisco’s most exciting district. Come out and see, hear, and experience the Yerba Buena district come alive with music, video, art, and dance. There will be five main performance stages, art installations, live street performances. Free, all ages event!
Tracy Cruz will be performing LIVE at the Nihonmachi Street Fair on Saturday, 8/2/14. Join her and Loren Alonzo (keys), Ray Bernal (bass), and Michael Ray Ray (drums) for a soulful musical journey. Starts at 3 pm. Free event and all ages are welcome.
Part eighteen of weekly Wednesday series with an eye for female talent, Fatale at The Blackbird Tavern Annex. Tracy Cruz will be headlining "Fatale" and sharing the stage with Soul sensations Lilan Kane & Steely Nash. All ages show. 8-11 pm. Tickets will be sold at the door. https://www.facebook.com/events/716991025027869/
Part eighteen of weekly Wednesday series with an eye for female talent, Fatale at The Blackbird Tavern Annex. Tracy Cruz will be headlining "Fatale" and sharing the stage with Soul sensations Lilan Kane & Steely Nash. All ages show. 8-11 pm. Tickets will be sold at the door.
Tickets can be purchased at the door.
Sounds Like: ♥ Jill Scott ♥, Goapele, Janelle Monáe, Amel Larrieux, Marsha Ambrosius
Label: Ivory Sky (Independent)
Manager: Allen Ross
Bio: Born in Quezon City on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, Tracy Cruz’s alluring voice is comprised of sounds old and new, resembling Jill Scott’s throaty moans and Sarah Vaughan’s lyrical accentuation, all while still managing to remain distinct. With a vocal range that stretches from unbeli...See Full Bio
““Tracy Cruz's Universoul Symphony is an impressively produced album of contemporary sounds that melds soul, R&B, hip-hop and jazz into a cohesive whole to great effect.””
Ask Tracy Cruz anything...
Q: Hi Tracy,Beautiful Butterfly hit me about your music. Do you think that going the "indie" route is better to break out. Will pass on your name to my friends on FB,
A: Hello. I honestly believe going the "indie route" is the best way to genuinely showcase who you are and what you're all about as an artist because you have complete creative control. It may take a longer time to expose your music to a larger audience due to the fact that you have may to do everything yourself from booking shows to administrative duties. However, It's completely worth it because you get to stay true to yourself and your art in the long run. All in all, we define our own success so to "break out" in the industry may be different for every artist.
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Thu Jun 20 2013All Questions