Here are some excerpts from the NamethatChristmasSpecial.com review of “Mama, I Know You Ain’t Santa.” The song was written by Tracy and her best friend, Lynne Stewart (Miss Yvonne of Peewee’s Playhouse.) Sample the song here. Reviews LA Times Pop Music Editor Randy Lewis named “Mama, I Know You Ain’t Santa” one of “the saddest […]
Folkworks reporter Stefani Rosenberg gives a glowing review for “I Can Swing Forever,” Tracy Newman’s children’s CD with accompanying sing-along coloring book by Tracy’s daughter, Charlotte Dean.
“Mama I Know You Ain’t Santa” is getting strong responses— Dolly Parton cried upon hearing it and the LA Times named her song, Mama I Know You Ain’t Santa one of the saddest Christmas songs
“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.