Tracy Millar has been
a part of the Alberta Music Scene for over 15 years.
She has recorded two
albums, receiving airplay locally, nationally and internationally. She recently returned to the studio to record
her latest single “Could This Be Love” with CCMA winning Producer of the Year,
Bart McKay. “Could This Be Love” was
penned by Millar and Duane Steele.
Anyone who knows
Tracy, knows that her music reflects a traditional country upbringing. She has never strayed from those roots and
being “mainstream” country has never been important to her. Being true to her heart has. Her voice has
been described as a “pure country instrument” and it has given her a loyal
following for over a decade of live performances. Her genuine love of music and love of people
is evident to anyone who see’s her perform.
Tracy’s love for music
started at an early age. Self taught on
the guitar, taking piano lessons and playing in the school band all started at
the age of 9. Playing clarinet, bass
clarinet and piano gave her the foundation for becoming a very gifted artist
both vocally and musically. She now
plays acoustic guitar, bass & mandolin, but her best friend still remains
Tracy continues to
perform on a regular basis, all the while continuing another loved career of
nursing. This year will find Tracy on
the road performing rodeos, Galas, fundraisers, and Mainstage Big Valley
Jamboree for her 4th Mainstage appearance.
Phone: 780 915 3588