Tracy Ferrie

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Tracy Ferrie is an American musician, who is the current bass player for the classic rock band Boston and was the former bass player of Christian metal band Stryper. Beginning in 1996, Tracy played bass for Michael Sweet's solo band and was 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 a prominent session bass player. He participated on stage in the Boston Strong Benefit along with Aerosmith, J. Geils, Jimmy Buffett, Carole King and James Taylor. As a member of Stryper, Tracy was joined By Tom Scholz and Gary Phil to play "Peace of Mind" for the Station nightclub fire benefit for the families and victims of the tragic fire in Rhode Island.

Some of his recording credits are with Stryper, Plumb, April McLean, Strange Celebrity, Whitecross, Jeff Deyo, Boe Braswell, Kristy Starling, Danielle Bollinger, Paul Alan, and Kimberly Locke. Tracy is the Assistant Minister at Grace Church of East Dennis on Cape Cod.

During mid-2012, Ferrie toured 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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