Tracy Jane Sullivan

Born to a Scottish family in 1974, Tracy has been singing from the moment she learnt how to.  Her first ‘gig’, aged five, was at an old peoples home where her Grandpa accompanied her on the piano.

At fourteen, she found herself writing poetry.  In addition to singing and acting at school, she carried on writing right the way through to university and became a performance poet with ‘The Kitchen Club’.

After taking up the guitar and spending time living in the woods as a road protester, Tracy busked the Canterbury subways, before getting a regular slot at Fungus Mungus, where she developed a faithful following of fans.

She then gigged extensively around Kent and London with a fine progressive dub/funk band called ABC Sun.  They produced an album and EP and were commissioned to write and perform film scores for the silent films; Nosferatu, Metropolis and Phantom of the Opera.

In 2000 Tracy decided to concentrate on her acoustic, solo career.   Working with session musicians Ted Barnes (guitarist and co-writer with Beth Orten), Martin Elliot (bass player with Michael Nyman) and Gavin Harrison (session drummer for Dave Stewart, Level 42, Lisa Stansfield and Artful Dodger) to produce the EP ‘Comrade of Mine’.

Hold on to your hat, hearing is believing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Tracy at a top London venue

          Peter Van Pletzen           Neil Muttock           Ash Moffat           Will Lawton           Tim Jones