The Social Freelancer: Media + Music

Latest from The Social Freelancer and Trace Relations Music

Video Grooves from the corner of “Prosperity Street”: Trace Relations Music

New track added! “Tell Me What’s the Reason” by Trace Relations with special guest, Dallas’ blues maestro Hash Brown Calway.

This Youtube playlist streams four music videos from the debut release “Prosperity Street” from Trace Relations Band. A smokin’ Dallas based rhythm section combines with soulful guitar from San Antonio, ending up in Texas Blues, and Americana groove territory. Vocalist Tracy Ready funnels 20+ years of bouncing between these two iconic Texas cities, personally and musically into an eclectic debut release, guaranteed to improve your mood.

Click “play” arrow here to see all 4 videos, back to back, with a :10 second introduction.

Thanks for listening and for supporting indie musicians

Thanks for listening and for supporting indie musicians

OWN the GROOVE: Yes, individual tracks for download only .99! Where else can you get that good of a vibe for under a buck?! Every little bit helps to support indie music. THANKS – GET THE TRACKS, OR OWN THE FULL CD, Best price:
Trace Relations Music Store / CDBaby

YES, iTunes too: Search “Trace Relations”
YES, Amazon too:
Trace Relations / Amazon

This latest release “Tell Me What’s the Reason”, a tribute to blues great and Dallas native T-Bone Walker is the third video that plays in the playlist above:
YouTube Preview Image

Comments? Please post them at bottom of this page.
Facebook? Like Trace Relations
Twitter? Follow @TraceRelations

Four Tracks in the Playlist, from Trace Relations:
1. Prosperity Street: Fun and funky romp through the back streets of San Antonio and Dallas, featuring guest appearances from Augie Meyers and San Antonio’s West Side Horns

2. Groover’s Paradise: Tribute to the late great Doug Sahm. A rocked up remake of Doug’s 1974 classic with guest appearance from his son, Shawn Sahm of Texas Tornados and SDQ2.

3. Tell Me What’s the Reason: Trace Relations team up with Dallas blues kingpin Hash Brown Calway in this tribute to T-Bone Walker. Footage from live gig at Poor David’s Pub, recording session at January Sound and street scenes from historic Deep Ellum.

4. Last Call: Moody rock instrumental featuring stellar performance by Trace Relations BAND: Kevin Lewis, guitars, Sparky Montoya, keys, John Echols, bass and Mike Beall, drums.

All vocals by Trace, Produced by Trace and Sal Salvador of 1StopSongShop.

Trace Relations – The Band


What’s it all about? READ THIS:
Press Release: About “Prosperity Street” by Trace Relations

Vocalist / Director Tracy Ready, Photo by Stephan R. Lewis, all rights reserved


GET MUSIC NOW – Support your favorite Indie Artists

Groove on…NOW
ON iTunes
ON CDBaby
ON Trace Relations Official Site

Trace Relations (L-R) Kevin Lewis, Sparky Montoya, John Echols, Tracy Ready, Mike Beall


About the Documentary: South Texas Soul Documentary Features Legendary Texas Musician Augie Meyers

CD Available Now HERE: Trace Relations “Prosperity Street” CD Online

About the Trace Relations CD: Indie Music, Texas Groove: Trace Relations Release “Prosperity Street”

———————————————————————————————————————————————————–
Trace Ready is a Writer, Producer, Director of Photography, Vocalist and Media Consultant based in Dallas, Texas USA:
Connect with Trace

Share with your friends:
  • del.icio.us
  • Facebook
  • Google Bookmarks
  • StumbleUpon
  • Technorati
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • email
posted by Tracy Ready in Americana,Music,San Antonio,Texas and have No Comments

Place your comment

Please fill your data and comment below.
Name
Email
Website
Your comment

Get Adobe Flash player