|Birth name||Tracey Kelliher|
|Also known as||Tracey K
|Genres||House, Deep House|
|Labels||Go Deep, Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Ultrasound, Inspirit|
|Website||Tracey's MySpace Page|
Tracey K is an Irish singer, songwriter best known for providing the vocals, as well as the lyrics for the UK Dance Chart topper "The Cure and The Cause". Other well-known songs written and performed by Tracey include "Nights Like These" and the live favourite "Battery Man".
Raised in Kerry, in the south west of Ireland.
While in University in Galway, Tracey joined Dextris, a group consisting of two vocalists harmonising over house and hip-hop beats spun by a DJ. It was something new in Ireland at the time, and Dextris were well known on the Irish club scene.
Fish Go Deep
In 2003 Tracey proposed a collaboration with Shane Johnson and Greg Dowling of Fish Go Deep. They first track they worked on being "Lil' Hand" which was later to emerge as the title track on their debut long-player.
Their first release was "Nights Like These", which came out on the UK's Inspirit Music Label in 2003. This was to mark the beginning of a musical relationship loved by House music fans and music lovers alike. In 2004 "Lil' Hand" was released on Canadian label, Ultrasound Recordings, the album from which the house anthem, "The Cure and The Cause" was born. The single was remixed by Dennis Ferrer in 2005 and its slow rise to fame did not pinnacle until it was re-released later in 2006 on UK giant Defected, where it reached No. 23 in the UK main Top 75 and No. 1 in the dance chart. The song was given a US release on legendary label Strictly Rhythm in 2007.
|2003||"Nights Like These"||Inspirit UK|
|2005||"The Cure And The Cause"||Go Deep, Defected, Strictly Rhythm|
|2007||"Battery Man"||Go Deep|
|2009||"Final Tide"||Go Deep|
|2010||"A Dream"||Go Deep|
|2011||"Love Is You' with DJ Meme Orchestra'"||MN2S|
|2011||"Lovefool' with Tiago Fragateiro"||Composite Records|
|2011||"Special' with DJ Yellow & Tiago Fragateiro"||Composite Records|
- Tracey K has come a long way from singing to her dad in Tralee (December 2004) The Kingdom Archives. Retrieved July 16, 2008.
- Interview with Lady Duracell ladyduracell.moonfruit.com. Retrieved on July 13, 2008.
- Interview in RWD Magazine (August 2006). Retrieved August 19, 2008.