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Tracey Whitney

"Live At The Outpost Performance Space" a 2017 New Mexico Music Awards Nominee for Best Vocal Performance!

Tracey Whitney's third release, "Live At The Outpost Performance Space" (June 2017) was recorded live before a sold out crowd at the legendary Albuquerque concert hall on August 18, 2016. Highlights include jazz classics Speak Low, Baby, Baby All The Time, I Want A Sunday Kind of Love and An Older Man Is Like An Elegant Wine.

Smooth Jazz Magazine review: June, 2017: Tracey Whitney "Live At The Outpost Performance Space" ~ Keivu Knox: “When artists release a live album, there is a certain element of risk attached. Will the performance meet or exceed expectations? Will it sound right? Can the vibe of the performance be captured? In the case of Tracey Whitney’s “Live at the Outpost Performance Space,” (a New Mexico Music Awards nominee for Best Vocal Performance) the answer to all of these questions is a resounding yes!” “The trademark of a great live album is the artist’s ability to make the audience, whether in person or listening, feel as if they are part of the album. Whitney’s exchange with the audience and overall performance does just that. On the smoky “Baby, Baby All The Time,” it is easy to imagine being in the front row, taking every nuance in. From Whitney’s interplay with the band and audience, to giving each member of the band a chance to showcase their chops, there is a shared musical experience that makes every second of this song matter.” “It is great to hear artists going beyond their comfort zone and give their fans and listeners a glimpse into their musical life. Tracey Whitney on this album was able to do just that, without sacrificing any of the ability that has made her a respected name in the industry. Anyone who listens to “Live At The Outpost performance Space” will have nothing but that same respect for her, and it is well deserved.” Click here for the complete review:

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A former “Raelette” with the legendary Ray Charles, Tracey Whitney began performing with The Whitney Family at age 11. After touring with Ray, she spent 5 years singing solo in Japan. Since relocating to Albuquerque in 2012, she’s been thrilling audiences throughout the city with her brand of classic jazz and sophisticated soul. In addition to concerts including The Santa Fe Bandstand, St John’s College “Music on the Hill,” Women’s Voices and Ladies Sing The Blues at the Albuquerque Museum, Tracey has opened concerts for contemporary jazz stars Marc Antoine, Euge Groove, Will Donato, Darren Rahn and Julian Vaughn. Under her Babydoll Entertainment label, she released her third independent CD “Live At The Outpost Performance Space” (May 2017), which received a “Best Vocal Performance” nomination from the New Mexico Music Awards (she was also a featured performer for the ceremony), and she was nominated for the ABQ-based Weekly Alibi’s 2017 “Best of the Burque Music Showcase.” Tracey serves as President of the Board of Directors of the African American Performing Arts Center Foundation, and she's Secretary/Treasurer of Local 618 of the American Federation of Musicians. She’s a voting member of the Los Angels chapter of NARAS (the GRAMMY Awards), a contributing writer to Smooth Jazz magazine, and an Upper Merit graduate of the London-based The Voice College, with a Higher Certificate in Contemporary Vocal Teaching (Children & Adolescents). For more on Tracey’s background, visit her website