Short Bio 2008 Tracy Howe, a songwriter and activist, has been touring full time as an independent artist since 2000, playing on university campuses, prisons, churches, living rooms and touring throughout North, Central and South America. She plays acoustic and electric guitar and was classically trained as a pianist. She recently co-produced a worship collaboration with Brian McLaren called “Songs For a Revolution of Hope” and has collaborated with many other organizations, artists and activists over the years, most recently including New York Faith and Justice, Shane Claiborne, and Richard Cizik. Many different words and genres have described her in different seasons, from singer-songwriter to emo-femme to cultural fusion. But mostly Tracy seeks to engage leaders and communities working for restoration and justice, and create music that proclaims goodness and hope in a world that is largely condemning.
Pages to are hidden for
"Short Bio 2008"Please download to view full document