Tracey is the heir-apparent to the "Grand Dame" of the convention-style pianists, carrying on the mantle passed down by her legendary mother, Eloise Phillips.

If you're a fan of Southern Gospel Music, you've likely seen Tracey on a Gaither Homecoming video, with
Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, or at the Stamps-Baxter School of Music.

Tracey graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theory/Composition from Middle Tennessee State University, and remains active in the music program there.

When Tracey's not performing with an orchestra or playing in church, you'll likely find her giving a piano lesson.

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Tracey's Christmas CD, "...to kids from 1 to 92" was awarded the
Gospel Music Association's
Dove Award for Instrumental Album of the Year for 2014.
In addition, it received a nomination for Christmas Album of the Year.  
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Tracey is asked to play an impromptu version of "How Great Thou Art" for The Nelons at the Stamps-Baxter School of Music.

At 5:02, she is accompanying on the piano for the Red Back Hymnal singing. For those who don't have the page numbers memorized, this song--"We'll Soon Be Done With Troubles and Trials"--is page number 30. So many of us who grew up singing songs from out of this hymnal know the page numbers just as well as we know the songs.  

At 8:40, she accompanies Ben Speer and the Stamps-Baxter School choir singing "Till The Storm Passes By" at Nashville First Church of the Nazarene. 

 

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