On her debut album, the sexy and stylish Tell No One, Sarah Tracey slips into the stiletto boots and fearless drive of a glamorous spy girl, writing dizzy fantasies of jet-setting around the globe and uncovering decadent and dangerous secrets along the way… the perfect soundtrack for sipping your martini while reaching for the dynamite in your boot heel, escaping a helicopter while swinging your vintage convertible out of a mountain curve, or an undercover fling into a double agent’s lair.
In July, Sarah Tracey launched The Black Diamond, a murder mystery in five musical chapters inspired by her 2011 full-length album Tell No One (Modern Vintage Records). Paying homage to 1960s classic film noir, the video series follows a jaded New York detective who is drawn into a web of secrets surrounding an elusive femme fatale. The five-part series begins with an anonymous phone call that leads the detective to an underground nightclub where high-rolling thrill-seekers and low-life hustlers come together to indulge their vices every night. Presiding over this motley crew of revelers is a mysterious chanteuse whose sultry songs provide the smoky backdrop for this bleak scene. Right away, the audience is thrown into a cloud of mystery as we follow the footsteps of the detective who endeavors to uncover the truth from four unwitting murder suspects - all played by. Ms. Tracey.
Sarah Tracey’s concerts have been recommended as can’t-miss events by The Village Voice, The Aquarian, The New York Press, AM New York and Time Out, and her videos have been featured on AOL Music. She has been a contributing blogger for The Huffington Post and a guest on Sirius XM and Playboy Radio.
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The Black Diamond