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Tracy Grammer is an American folk singer who rose to acclaim as half of the postmodern, mythic acoustic duo, Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer. Known for her work as half of the folk duo Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer, the duo released three internationally celebrated albums and toured with Joan Baez, both as featured artists and band members.
The albums included Carter's award-winning Americana songcraft. Tracy Grammer is also noted for the solo career that she has continued since Carter's death in 2002.
Seven Is The Number (2006) was the last official full-length Dave & Tracy recording. The album unfinished at the time of Carter's death, featured songs from Carter's out-of-print solo release, as well as two new songs heard here for the first time. An 8-song collection of traditional and original holiday songs, American Noel, was pre-released in 2007.
It is out on-sale now officially through Signature Sounds. Tracy Grammer released three albums with Dave Carter during his lifetime. At first, she did instrumental work and provided him backing vocals. Then by their last album together, she sang lead vocals on half of the tracks.
Determined to honor the journey the two had begun, Tracy Grammer has kept to the road and continues to tour nationally. Two albums by the duo have been released following Carters death. The American fold duo Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer came up with their album called When I Go in 1998. the two released their another album called Tanglewood Tree in 2000.
Drum Hat Buddha is a 2001 album by them while Seven Is the Number was released in 2006. It was the duo's final recording, released over four years after Carter's unexpected death due to a heart attack in July 2002.
Tracy has issued three solo recordings, some of which have included previously unreleased songs by Carter. Her first solo release, The Verdant Mile (2004), was an independently-produced, seven-song EP.
The Verdant Mile featured Tracy Grammer with Jim Henry in an acoustic, stripped-down setting. It was the most played album on folk radio in December 2004 and garnered Grammer heaping praise from reviewers and fans.
Tracy Grammer's most recent full-length recording is the lush and powerful Flower of Avalon. Released on Signature Sounds in 2005, the album featured the very best of Carter's unrecorded material. Mary Chapin Carpenter has penned the liner notes for the record and says that Tracy's continuing quest to make sure that the world remembers Dave Carter marks a new beginning of artistry for her.
Flower Of Avalon showed up on Best of lists around the country, and was the number-one most-played album on folk radio for 2005. It indeed was a testament to Tracy Grammer's strength as a solo artist, and to the enduring appeal of Carter's songwriting.
Grammer's newest release is Book of Sparrows which appeared in 2007. For featuring songs by Tom Russell, David Francey, Jackson Browne, Dave Carter and Kate Power, the under-the-radar indie release has enjoyed a surprising amount of worldwide airplay and positive press.
The Montreal Gazette hails Tracy Grammer as one of the finest interpretive artists on the contemporary folk scene. Tom Russell seems to concur, saying that her version of Carters song, Blue Wing, is his favorite. Jim Henry, long-time collaborator, is Grammer's co-producer on this recording and contributes beautiful dobro, electric guitar, and harmony parts.
Nine of the songs were previously recorded by Dave Carter for his 1995 solo release, Snake Handlin' Man. In December 2001, these songs were re-released along with two new Dave Carter songs, Seven Is the Number and Gas Station Girl. Unlike the duo's previous two albums, Tracy Grammer has not sung lead vocals on any of the songs.
The Verdant Mile is a 2004 extended play album by American folk singer Tracy Grammer. She issued Flower of Avalon in 2005 which was her first full solo album following the death of Dave Carter in 2002. The album was very well received in reviews and was the most played album in 2005 on the Folk Radio Airplay Chart.
Book of Sparrows is a seven song EP by Tracy Grammer released in December, 2007. She accompanies herself on a number of different instruments and also receives support on vocals and various guitars from Jim Henry.
Tracy Grammer tours solo, and is joined in New England by multi-instrumentalist Jim Henry. With electric guitars, acoustic instruments galore, and beautifully matched voices, the two play original music and pay homage to Carter and other songwriters.
This has charted a new course for themselves in the musical landscape. In case their music fails, they intend to go on the road as a comedy team.