She’s funny, forthright and definitely not a follower – unless the cause quantifies itself as a world-saver.
LAUGHING: First and foremost, Tracy is a comedian; filtering life’s absurdities and contributing a few of her own – from prime time variety shows, to national radio, the Edinburgh Fringe and the corporate speaking stage, the two-decades gig list fills boxes.
LOVING: With her huge voice framed by an imposing and engaging stage presence, old-school jazz music comes as second nature. The free-form genre is built for her approach to life; switching, building, seizing on the hooks that come her way. A new album will be out in September.
LEARNING: Most impacting has been Tracy’s work on the public speaking circuit – motivating, laughing, crying and tuning-in with people when the odds seem insurmountable. As an entertainer her evolving juxtaposition is served by a drive to help people; showing them the way to laughter, relaxation, empowerment and recovery.
Her mind swims with a duty to high ethics, passionate outcomes and a momentous and cheeky sense of outrageous fun.
It’s easy to be swept up in all that is Bartram.
Her innate ability to read people, even on the airwaves through her breakfast show career with Fox FM, Mix FM & The ABC, cuts a swathe through the mood of a community and her rapier wit adds ammo to public sentiment.
AND THEN THERE’S THE BOOK: Anyone who’s ever brushed past Tracy will be flipping through its pages to see if they made the cut – from Shirley MacLaine to George Negus and Gene Simmons.
Namedropping & Outrageous Press: A Comedian’s Life in the Celebrity Fast Lane delivers a see-all, hear-all, say-all expose of a life that will make you wish you’d be fired, too, so you could opt for the bright lights, instead. And there’s enough to make you glad you haven’t.
In 2013, Tracy is huge. Next year will be the most audacious of her career.
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