Things are starting to open back up! ING IS “ON HOLD” FOR NOW, BUT WHEN THINGS RETURN TO THE NEW NORMAL…STAY TUNED…
Here’s the first few…
Tracy is now booking shows for fully vacinated (or masked) hosts and audiences…
Tracy Spring’s Bellingham House Concerts
(at other people’s houses. Or decks. Or yards. Or ???)
Ok, here’s a twist on the tried and true. I have started a list of wonderful Bellingham friends who have agreed to host a concert for physically distanced, fully vacinated (or masked) music-loving friends! We’ll do one per quarter, roughly one per season…
As the dates are nailed down, unless the host requests otherwise, we’ll list them here with contact info for reservations and details.
Current Status of Tracy’s Quarterly Bellingham House Concerts:
NEXT TOURS in the planning process…
North to ALASKA! in September/October, 2021
Also currently booking a National Parks tour for 2022!
When I turned 62, I immediately went out and bought my lifetime pass to our precious National Parks. I have, for a number of years, been mulling a national park tour, taking my show on the golden pass road, as it were.
For T.R. fans who would like to hear his songs again, I’m adding more of our Beloved T.R. Ritchie’s music to my sets. His brilliant music lives on and I can hear him encouraging me to embrace the road. I’m ready to leave my sweet Bellingham nest and do that for a while.
If you live within 100 miles of a National Park anywhere in the contennental U.S. and have an offer or idea for a venue for a show, contact me!
BEYOND BELLINGHAM’S QUARTERLY HOUSE CONCERT…
If you have interest in booking a house/yard concert, or music for Sunday services or other venues, please be in touch!
House concerts are my favorite, so please do let me know if you might be willing to host, or willing to advocate on my behalf to a host in your community. I’ll be camping with full self-sufficiency and along the way offering original folk and blues on guitar and tenor mandola. I can also teach some workshops and private/group lessons if there’s interest.
When not working on bookings or on tour, I’ll continue working on choral arranging for the “Songs of Hope and Humanity” project!
…for mixed SATB, Soprano/Alto, Tenor/Bass and simple 2-part choirs.
“Walls Come Tumblin’ Down” (SATB with piano accompaniment by Karen FitzGerald)
Others in the immediate queue:
“Love Is A Round”
And TR Ritchie’s “Quiet Hands” and “Somewhere To Begin”
If you want to help fund this project, please visit: Music in the Community, The Songs of Hope and Humanity Project.