Good Days Are Comin'
Tracy Barns began her career singing and playing saxophone in an all family band, "The Weirz," at military bases, churches, schools and several well-known Los Angeles night spots. "We all played several instruments", she said of the band, which included brother, Michael Damian, an actor who played on the soap opera, "The Young and the Restless." Tracy put together her second CD, "Good Days are Comin'" which combines all of the songs of her first solo CD, "Windmills and Trains," and a selection of new compositions. A country offering rich in textures and feelings of a place she calls home, Tehachapi, California. Barns wrote most of the songs on the CD, collaborated with her producer, Howard Yearwood, and sister, Maria Weir Werth, who also plays bass in her band. A former member of the Branscombe Richmond Show, in which she sang and played blues saxophone, this very talented singer/songwriter from Tehachapi, California has recorded hundreds of songs as a session singer and background vocalist. Bob Blackburn, music coordinator fro Westwood One Radio networks says, "I am hooked! Flat out she has a great voice..." Tracy has performed numerous times at Buck Owens's Crystal Palace. Buck invited her up to sing with him and The Buckaroos on live radio, KUZZ. "It was a real honor just to be on stage with the great Buck Owens" she said with all sincerity.