Tracy Spring

Bio

Tracy Spring has won multiple regional awards for her singing and songwriting. She displays a style all her own while combining blues, swing, old R and B, jazz, and folk. Spring lives in Bellingham, Washington and is a fourth generation Washingtonian. She is a seasoned performer, known for her compelling vocals and versatile guitar playing in folk venues and festivals throughout North America and Australia.

Tracy’s songs “Sometimes Angels,” “Somebody’s Child" (co-written with Becca Christel), “In Our Hands,” and “What Would You Give To Change the World” have been used for soundtracks promoting philanthropy, raising funds for thousands of charitable organizations.

In addition to these humanitarian anthems, she co-wrote (with Janis Carper and Becca Christel) “Of This World,” recorded by Peter, Paul & Mary on their 2004 studio album, In These Times.

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