Tracey Brown

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Tracey Brown
Origin Canada
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1967-present
Labels Popular/EMI

Tracey Brown is a Canadian country music artist. Brown, a former member of Family Brown, was nominated for a 1999 Juno Award for Best Country Female Vocalist. Her first solo studio album, Woman's Work, was released in 1998 and produced a Top 20 single with the title track.

Biography[edit]

Brown began performing at 10 years old as a member of Canada's most awarded country band, Family Brown.[1] During the group's 22 year career, they recorded 17 albums and hosted a syndicated television show.[1] Brown went on to form Juno Award winning group Prescott-Brown with her brother Barry and husband Randall Prescott.[2]

Tracey Brown released her first solo CD in 1998.[2] Three singles were released from the album, including the title track, which peaked at No. 12 on the RPM Canadian country singles chart. Brown was nominated for Best Country Female Vocalist at the 1999 Juno Awards and Independent Female Vocalist of the Year at the 1999 Canadian Country Music Association Awards.[2]

In 2000, Brown was featured in the photo book Dare to Dream - A Celebration of Canadian Women.[1] The following year, she performed at the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards and co-wrote and performed a song for the award winning short film, Charlie Noir.[1]

Brown completed work on her second solo studio album, Alone, which was released in 2008.[2] Its first single, "If You Wanna Keep My Love," written by Jon Park-Wheeler, Tracey Brown, and Randall Prescott was sent to country radio in September.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Details
Woman's Work
  • Release date: 1998
  • Label: Popular/EMI
Alone
  • Release date: 2008
  • Label: Rip Roar Music

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions Album
CAN Country
1998 "Woman's Work" 12 Woman's Work
"Going Going Gone" 41
1999 "Returning the Faith"
2008 "If You Wanna Keep My Love" * Alone
2009 "Alone" *
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
* denotes unknown peak positions

Guest singles[edit]

Year Single Artist Peak positions Album
CAN Country
1990 "Start of Something New" Terry Carisse 6 That Was a Long Time Ago

Music videos[edit]

Year Video
1998 "Woman's Work"
"Going Going Gone"
1999 "Returning the Faith"

References[edit]