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Trace Relations Music: Texas Groove to Improve Your Mood

Looking at the songs chosen for the debut CD from Trace Relations “Prosperity Street”, a theme emerges: Acceptance. In one way or another each song relates to accepting where we are in life, and a determination to have a good time in spite of obstacles the world has thrown our way.

Trace Relations is all of vocalist Trace Ready’s musical relations. A unique listening experience, “Prosperity Street” takes the listener on a Texas Blues Rock and Americana journey, front to back. It’s a tribute to artists and songs that influenced Trace and a showcase for many great musicians he’s had the privilege of knowing over the years.

The music, cover art and photography also reflect Trace’s transient lifestyle, having spent the past 25 years going back and forth from Dallas to San Antonio, personally and musically. The songs draw on influences from these two iconic cities and the miles of road in between.

“Prosperity Street” features seven original songs and five very distinctive cover tunes.

Get the Music! -> Trace Relations “Prosperity Street” CD <-

"Sittin' on the corner of Prosperity Street"...

“Sittin’ on the corner of Prosperity Street”…

Trace Relations IS:
Trace Ready – Vocals
Kevin Lewis – Guitars and Fretless Bass
Sparky Montoya – Keys
John Echols – Bass
Mike Beall – Drums

Special guests appearing on the CD include Augie Meyers, Clay Meyers, Shawn Sahm, Hash Brown Calway, Dana Clark, Les McGeehee, Mark Boardman, Olivia Ready, Jason Meyers, Bruce Clendenin and San Antonio’s famed West Side Horns – Al Gomez and Louis Bustos
Plus, on one special track, “I Live the Life I Love”, The Long Distance Chorus: Carolyn Meyers, Wade Jacoby, Katherine Dawn and Sharda Brody

Produced by: Sal Salvador and Tracy Ready for TraceTV Music, LLC.

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Check out this collection of stories and videos related to the CD release, posted using Storify…

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