Tracy Ferrie

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Tracy Ferrie is a former bass player of Christian metal band Stryper. He was formerly the bass player for Michael Sweet's solo band and also a member of the bands Electrik, Sally Steele, Seraiah, Whitecross, Guardian, Rebecca St. James, Plumb, SONICFLOOd and Strange Celebrity.[1] He is from Elkhart, Indiana and a national roller skating champion. Tracy is a Berklee College of Music alumni, and Nashville session bass player. Some of his recording credits are with: Stryper, Plumb, April McLean, Strange Celebrity, Whitecross, Jeff Deyo, Sonia V., Boe Braswell, Kristy Starling, Danielle Bollinger, Paul Alan, and Kimberly Locke.

For the summer of 2012, Tracy will be touring with Boston, replacing Kimberley Dahme [2]


  1. ^ Latham, Aaron. "Biography: Strange Celebrity". Allmusic. Retrieved 3 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "A Message from Gary Pihl". 

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