Short (12 words)
Tracy Spring is known for her compelling vocals and versatile guitar playing.

Medium (50 words)
Tracy Spring has won multiple regional awards for her compelling vocals, versatile guitar playing and reflective songwriting. She displays a style all her own while combining blues, swing, old R and B, jazz and folk. She is a seasoned performer in folk venues and festivals throughout North America and Australia.

Long (180 words)
Northwest performing songwriter Tracy Spring is known for her rich, compelling vocals and versatile guitar playing.  She writes full spectrum 3-minute novels, poetry and music all rolled into one. Her wide musical range is demonstrated by the women she's been compared to: Sarah McLachlan, Tracy Chapman, kd lang, and Yo Yo Ma's cello.

A seasoned performer, she has played in folk venues and festivals throughout North America and Australia, often combining her musical life with social justice work. Combining folk, blues, old R&B, and jazz influences she displays a style all her own.

A song she co-wrote with Janis Carper and Becca Christel was included on Peter, Paul and Mary’s 2004 release, In These Times. She has also arranged a number of her pieces, such as her folk anthem “Walls Come Tumblin’ Down” and “A World of Difference (In Our Hands) for community choirs in the Northwest and beyond.

Tracy is currently booking fall and winter shows to promote her latest album, "Looking Forward-Looking Back" a collection of reflective songs ranging from expressive finger style ballads to rockin' bottleneck blues.