Tracey Moore is a singer-songwriter who began life in a small town in Illinois and ended up on Broadway in New York City. Tracey moved to New York and worked as a nanny for a very rich family on Park Avenue. After only two weeks of nanny-ing, she had found a performing job and so she said good-bye to Park Avenue and ventured out on her own, eventually working with such stars as Richard Harris, Olympia Dukakis, Lainie Kazan, Larry Storch, and Rue McClanahan. Her tunes caught the ear of A&R people at Arista, RCA, Sh-K-Boom, and Original Cast Records.....and eventually landed her a management deal with Jackie Jackson (Michael's older brother). A couple of her songs were under consideration by Vanessa Williams, and she almost toured with Tower of Power. Tracey had the advantage of musically-sophisticated parents, who introduced her to bossa nova, jazz, r&b, and funk. When she wasn't dancing around the living room, she was sitting at the piano, composing tunes. When her brother was old enough to hold drumsticks, she made him part of her band. Her songs reflect this mix of background and styles: complex harmonies, sophisticated lyrics from the smart-yet-vulnerable woman's point of view, searing backup harmonies, and solid rhythms.