Read what Randy Lewis, of the LA Times, has to say about Tracy’s Christmas song, which she wrote with Lynne Stewart.
Founded in 1974 as an outgrowth of an acting class taught by Gary Austin, a veteran of San Francisco’s The Committee improv troupe, the Groundlings Theatre has launched hundreds of careers in TV and the movies. Since the casting of Laraine Newman in 1975, Groundlings alumni have profoundly influenced the direction of Saturday Night Live: The characters made famous on the show by Julia Sweeney, Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz, Chris Kattan, Will Ferrell, Cheri Oteri and others were born on the Groundlings’ stage.
“I Just See You” – review by Alan Cackett A successful television script writer-Cheers, The Nanny, Hiller and Diller, The Drew Carey Show, Ellen, etc-at 69 years old Tracy Newman decided to pursue a career as a singer-songwriter. That was a couple of years ago with A PLACE IN THE SUN, and now comes this […]
In her second, vintage-flavored, modern-folk album, I Just See You, award-winning singer-songwriter Tracy Newman reinforces what her first album suggested: She is one of the most talented story-song lyricists on the folk scene today.
Singer, Songwriter Tracy Newman to Return to McCabes Guitar Shop The former TV writer now writes honest reflections of her life and performs with her folk band, The Reinforcements. Posted by Erika Maldonado (Editor) , July 10, 2013 at 06:27 PM Tracy Newman, singer/songwriter, remembers being a fixture at McCabe’s Guitar Shop in Santa Monica […]