Tracey K

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Tracey K
Birth name Tracey Kelliher
Also known as Tracey K
Stacey K
Origin Tralee, Ireland
Genres House, Deep House
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Years active 1998-present
Labels Go Deep, Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Ultrasound, Inspirit
Website Tracey's MySpace Page
Members "just me"

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 "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.

Fish Go Deep[edit]

In 2003 Tracey collaborated with Shane Johnson and Greg Dowling of Fish Go Deep. Their first track was "Lil' Hand" which was later released as the title track on their debut long-player.

Their first release was "Nights Like These", on the UK's Inspirit Music Label in 2003. In 2004 "Lil' Hand" was released on Canadian label, Ultrasound Recordings. The single was remixed by Dennis Ferrer in 2005 and reached No. 23 in the UK main Top 75 and No. 1 in the dance chart. The song was releases in the US on Strictly Rhythm in 2007.



Year Title
2004 Lil' Hand


Year Title Label
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

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