Tracy Colletto is a singer/songwriter whose poetic and story-telling lyrics weave into an eclectic range of melodies, from orchestrated ballads to rock anthems. Her delivery is straightforward and vulnerable and with an emotive, versatile range. Based in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Tracy has been creating songs and performing most of her life. She is a classically-trained coloratura soprano who decided to perform her own music with her own voice. Tracy’s voice is clear and boldly honest and her music invites interpretation and reflection.
Tracy’s first CD, Home, was well received. Her single, “The Promise” won an Honorable Mention in the John Lennon International Songwriting Contest. Another single, “Too Many”, was voted on to the Top 20 Indie Songs (September 2015) by the listeners of Women of Substance Radio & Podcast.
Her sophomore release, Chocolate Happy Cake, was released in March 2016 and emphasizes more on Tracy’s songwriting and performances from the keyboard. Her singles, “It’s Over,” “Stay” and “Complete Peace” were voted on to the Top 20 Indie Songs (April 2016 through September 2016) and have been added to the playlists for radio stations around the world.
“I can express myself so much easier through my music because of its mysterious complexity and subtlety that speaks beyond words,” explains Tracy. “It’s a language I use each day. The biggest satisfaction is when my music connects to others and brings them joy or makes them think. I’m just returning the favor music has given me, hoping to create lasting impact.”
Tracy’s clear voice with its versatile range and emotions, cuts through to grab the audience’s attention. She wants to affect her audience in a positive way, even if the subject matter may be hard to swallow. Her music exposes the fears and dreams we all share.
“Tracy Colletto’s music is a powerful symphonic blend of piano-based pop with authentic lyrics and a voice that is unique, yet somehow familiar.”
Bree Noble #1 Award Winning Women of Substance Radio & Podcast