Tracey Kelly sings Burning Stronger, a duet with Michael Hennessey, written by composer and pianist Louis Sherman. Composition, lyrics, instrumentation and engineering by Louis Sherman. Lead strings by Katie Wilson.

Session Vocals

Tracey has sung in studio sessions for bands, soundtracks, animations, ads and live performances. She has a great ear for phrasing lead vocals with excellent harmonizing skills for backing vocals. To request Tracey for a session, please get in touch via Contact page.


LucidDreaming EP: Venus Eleven features Tracey on vocals and keyboards, Richard Cain on guitar and Andy Butler on keyboards.    
"A dreamy, floating five-track EP which passes by on a bed of oriental, percussive chords and samples. Opener Timing Is Everything draws you in with its light but seductive vocal ... While acoustic guitars make their presence felt on Replica, the focus remains on Tracey's gentle and
                                              lyrical melody."

                                       ~ The Musician magazine

Nosferatu Film Score

Singing in Romanian, Tracey performed with the Angel of the Odd orchestra in Robert Morgan's live film score for 1922 silent classic Nosferatu. The performance took place at the atmospheric Victorian theatre at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

"Around the core players musicians weave a web of atmospheric sound… strange chorales… swirling string arpeggios… the music itself is terrific."

~ The Guardian

Television Work

TV session work includes commericals and lead vocals on 14 songs for the US version of British TV favorite Make Way For Noddy, an Enid Blyton /Chorion production in association with the PBS television network, plus CD and merchandise.


"When Tracey sang for me on the Noddy sessions, she swapped her jazz hat for a much simpler design and it really worked. She communicated with the kids without compromising her own quality – that's a real pro, someone who treats all styles with equal respect.
I would highly recommend her talents to anyone."

~ Anton Mullan, TV composer and MD