“...a powerful, rich vocalist and harmonica player of the highest order. Tracy K pulls no punches.” - Zicazine, France, 2016.
Tracy K’s talents boast nine music awards and four releases. Her 2016 album “What’s the Rush?” hit Number 1 on Earshots National Folk/Roots/Blues Charts after it's release in September and remains charting across the country months after it’s release. Tracy K has more than thirty years of music experience and that is evident. Her songs are well-written and well-considered, each of them little stories. Tracy K is a compelling vocalist reminicent of Bonnie Raitt, Koko Taylor and Janis Joplin. Highlights include being the first female featured at the Toronto Blues Society’s Harmonica Workshop, opening for harmonica legend James Cotton, songster Ramblin' Jack Elliot, and sharing a playbill with the late great Koko Taylor. Tracy K was a quarter finalist at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis twice - 2013 with her Band and 2014 with her Duo. She appears on the Ruf Records release "Blues Harp Women" and Mary4Music’s "Keeping the Blues Alive:Vol.6". Tracy K has been nominated for Blues Artist of the Year by the Western Canadian Music Awards which take place October 2018.