Tracy Walton: A Rising Voice

(c) Luke Haughwout

Tracy Walton  (c) Luke Haughwout

LITCHFIELD, CT – Nominated two years in a row for Best Male performer in the New England Music awards, Tracy Walton will celebrate the release of his latest album “Moderately Unknown” at Daryl Hall’s House Club in Pawling, New York on 3/25/2015 at 7pm.  The event will be streamed live on 

From the early days of studying music at the Hartford Conservatory, through years performing in jazz, punk rock, and classic rock groups, Walton honed his skills and matured as an artist. In his solo career he recorded the albums “Brand New Again” (2010) and “If I Ever Get Away” (2013) and performed live in hundreds of shows during this decade. His love of music propels him forward to create.

Walton has a drive and dedication to help others with music as well. He became a mentor to many young musicians, working with the Music in Common Organization, teaching at the National Guitar Workshop and the Kent School and most recently he was chosen to serve on the board of directors at Performance Hub.  In addition his On Deck Sound Studio in Litchfield County, Connecticut proudly produced the recordings of Sarah Barrios, Julia Autumn Ford, Jay Roberts, The Screaming Eagle Band, Krizta Moon and many more notable performers. Tracy Walton received a special certificate of achievement from the city of Torrington in 2014 for his ongoing commitment to music and assisting young artists.

 10995338_788204294600932_200989099037816745_o Now in 2015 his new critically acclaimed album, “Moderately Unknown” is making a significant impact. Along with the television appearances, newspaper articles and radio interviews, Walton’s latest songs from the album are receiving commercial radio play.   Walton’s voice is one that is rising in New England and beyond.

 Read the review from Nutmeg Chatter HERE:

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