MEET TRACY RICHARDSON
I grew up on a farm in rural Indiana listening to the music of the Carpenters, the Eagles, Helen Reddy, BJ Thomas, Patsy Cline, Ronnie Milsap, the Bee Gees, Carole King, Elton John, the Beatles, James Taylor…and a lot more. I love music with great harmonies and, of course, prominent keyboard parts! Mom and Dad got me a Kimball upright piano when I was 9. I started lessons and started writing immediately. I joined a bar band at age 15. Now I’ve been performing throughout the Midwest for over 30 years.
I’ve opened for major artists including George Strait, Randy Travis, John Conlee, the Bellamy Brothers, Keith Whitley, Earl Thomas Conley and Little Anthony. My original music can be heard on local radio stations and in the TV show Gear Heads.
In 2016, I was inducted into the Wabash Valley Musicians Hall of Fame, currently serves on its Board of Directors, and coordinate the Terre Haute Songwriters’ Circle.
Much of the time, I’m cleverly disguised as Dr. Tracy Richardson, a board-certified music therapist, a Professor of Music Therapy and Chairperson of the Department of Music and Theatre at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College
I’ve also authored a book for aspiring Superwomen entitled “Who Moved My Cape?! Letting Go of Your Superwoman Expectations.”
STUDIO SHOTS RECORDING “SUPERWOMAN BLUES”
“I’ve seldom worked with such an amazing talent. Besides all her many other achievements in her professional life, Tracy is a highly developed singer, songwriter and pianist.”
Ron Oates, Producer/Arranger/Creative Director for Jes Fine Productions
Listen to performances currently on Youtube and other streaming services.
Find out what Tracy’s up to, where she ‘s playing and what’s available online.
If you like Tracy’s music you’re going to love seeing her perform in person.
Ever thought of hosting a concert in your home or at your place of business? Get in touch with Tracy to find out how.