Tracy Spring

Tracy with her beautiful Diva guitar, built by
Rob Goldberg of Haines, Alaska.

Tracy's unique ability to "write to order" allows her to lend her songwriter's talents to individuals, groups and organizations who wish to commemorate special occasions: weddings, graduation ceremonies, anniversaries and memorials with an original song. She helps give voice to those who desire one-of-a-kind compositions with which to highlight the personal milestones in their lives. Her background also includes composing songs and sound tracks for non-profit organizations designed to draw attention and support to specific humanitarian causes and issues.

Tracy has written one-of-a-kind songs for a wide variety of individuals and organizations - weddings, memorials, graduations, anniversaries and fundraising events...

A call to philanthropic action, used in Combined Fund Drive videos by Washington State: - Sometimes Angels -

A wedding song with lyrics crafted from words the bride and groom wrote about each other: - If You Want Me Too -

A humanitarian anthem commemorating the anniversary of the Northwest Folklife Festival: - Walls Come Tumblin' Down -

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