106 – Mother Earth: Tracy Nelson

May 3, 2015 | By | 1 Comment

Tracy NelsonTracy Nelson
is a singer who has a voice as deep as any mountain, and a soul as wide as any river. Most well known for her role in folk rock band Mother Earth from San Francisco, she harvests a rich history in rock, blues, and country, and is one of our treasured American assets.  She has been performing music for over 50 years, has 24 albums, received 2 grammy nominations, recorded and performed with several industry legends, and has a whole bunch of great stories.

Tracy Nelson

The Blues Broads

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Credits: “MLR Intro” by “Rob McCann“, “Matt’s Blues” by “Kevin MacLeod“, “Mother Earth” performed by “Mother Earth“, “After the Fire is Gone” performed by “Tracy Nelson and Willie Nelson“, “You Don’t Know Nothing About Love” by “Marcia Ball, Tracy Nelson, and Irma Thomas”, “Living the Blues” by “The Blues Broads – Dorothy Morrison, Tracy Nelson, Angela Strehli, Annie Sampson“, “Down So Low” by “Tracy Nelson


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Category: Musicians, Podcast

About the Producer ()

Daniel Sauter – Host and Executive Producer. Musician, IT professional, recording engineer, and geek-of-all-trades. His resume includes the bands Visitor 42, Gunpowder, Greg Volker & Deer Crossing, Raging Free Radicals, Lower Sound, and Illegal Action. He is also the loremaster for Rock and Royalties, the fantasy rock and roll trivia role playing game.

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  1. Dan Sauter says:

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