Tracey had some fun arranging, teaching, and accompanying her Advanced Theory class at the Stamps-Baxter School of Music on this unique arrangement of "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?" from Disney's hit movie "Frozen". Her class called their arrangement "Do You Want To Learn Your Shaped Notes?" 
Tracey plays Christmas classics "O Holy Night" and at 3:20 she plays "Joy To The World" for Country Music's Ty Herndon to sing. 
Tracey had the honor of playing "The First Noel" for Ty Herndon and Avalon's Michael Passons. 
Tracey accompanies Ty Herndon for his Opryland Christmas Special on a song he wrote called "A Not So Silent Night." 
Although these clips do not show Tracey, you will hear her distinctive accompaniment behind Josh Turner singing the old hymn, "Almost Persuaded." In addition, she played several more songs on the soundtrack as well as in the feature film for "Billy, The Early Years." 
Roswell, Georgia enjoys Northside Baptist's own arrangement of "I Rest My Case At The Cross" that Tracey not only arranged and taught the choir, but accompanied as well. 
This was the first of several live video tapings Tracey plays on for international recording group, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound. Tracey lends her unmistakable sound of singing convention playing to the song, "An Old Convention Song." Ernie talks a little about the Stamps-Baxter School of Music, George and Glen’s history there, and the group’s own recent concert for the students to set up “Old Convention Song.” Tracey Philips takes the piano, and she truly is an expert at what she does. Ernie even calls for a repeat of her intro. 
Here's Tracey in one of her first Gaither videos and her unmistakeable style on piano is apparent from the first chord progression on the intro.
At 2:33, Bill Gaither calls Tracey up out of the audience to play "Jesus, On The Main Line" for the Gaither Vocal Band during the Stamps-Baxter School of Music. 
Mark Trammell asks Tracey to come on stage to play "Echoes From The Burning Bush" for the Mark Trammell Quartet. 
Here's Tracey playing her beautiful, "in the moment" version of the great hymn, "Wonderful Peace," at Gardendale First Baptist Church in Gardendale, Alabama.   
Tracey accompanies Ben Speer and The Speer Family on Bill Gaither's Christmas Homecoming DVD,  playing a favorite song called "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem." 
Tracey accompanies the choir on a rousing version of "I'll Meet You In The Morning" at the Red Back Hymnal singing at Gardendale First Baptist Church, Gardendale, Alabama. 
Ben Speer takes his time to introduce Tracey at the Stamps-Baxter School of Music closing program. 
Tracey excels in accompanying anytime, but especially when the only direction given is from the superb conducting of Tom Powell. Watch as he conducts spontaneously for over two and a half minutes using only his hands for instruction, as she interprets every style, tempo, slight nuance, time signature change, and dynamic change he shows her. 
Tracey and her Mother accompany a choir from 13 states gathered at Northside Baptist, her home church in Roswell, Georgia in a night to cebrate and honor her Mother, Eloise Phillips, for over 60 years of writing, singing, playing, and teaching music. This is only one of the hundreds of songs her Mother wrote. There were around 600 people in attendance, and the Mayor proclaimed it as Eloise Phillips Weekend in Roswell, Georgia. 
Tracey gathered with her pianist colleagues in Atlanta, Georgia at Mt. Paran Church for a day of video taping for Raintree Piano Course. Here she plays her beautiful arrangement of He Hideth My Soul. 

Tracey In Action

Tracey warms up the crowd by playing a few up tempo songs for prelude before the Ernie Haase and Signature Sound concert.