Cleveland Singer/Songwriter, Tracy Marie has written hundreds of songs, released 6 albums and has performed professionally for more than 20 years in the rock, blues and folk scenes.. Her performances have included venues from nursing homes to the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and back home at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame where she received a nomination for "Rock Hall Riot Girl" in 2008..
In addition to performing, Tracy has been the director of the Breastfest Cleveland, an annual music festival raising funds for those touched by cancer. The annual event is going on it's 23rd year and features artists from the north coast.
Tracy's music is her connection to her community, where she has made herself known as an outspoken advocate for disability justice, disability rights and improved care for those with rare diseases. She herself was diagnosed with a rare disease called Morquio Syndrome, a type of skeletal dysplasia caused by a missing enzyme. During her therapies and while facing her physical challenges, Tracy Marie continues to write, record and perform her music.
Most recently, Tracy Marie recorded and released an album entitled, "A Dark Place" produced by chart topping producer, Jim Wirt (Fiona Apple, Incubus).