Tracey Rains

Born: South Australia

Vocalist, Guitarist

Country music

Tracey Rains is an accomplished vocalist, rated as one of the top female singers in South Australia and nationwide. Her voice has been likened to the smooth sounds of artists such as Patsy Cline, Connie Francis, Loretta Lynn, The Supremes Diana Ross & heartbreaker Dionne Warwick. Tracey’s range encompasses all genres of music to give her the unique and distinct quality with the powerful drive that can only be matched by the modern ballad singers of today. Tracey has won numerous awards throughout SA, NSW, and Vic and been fortunate to sing internationally. She is a successful manger of herself founded band “Claypan” who have also accompanied her on the journey of success & were awarded the “Fowler’s Live 2012” “Best country Act”. Tracey & her band “Claypan” have traveled throughout Australia entertaining audiences wherever they have been

Tracey won the “Rocky Page” Memorial Scholarship in 2008, which seen her attend the prestigious “CMAA” college in Tamworth where she took every opportunity to further enhance her abilities and make some new friends in country music. Tracey has supported artists such as Beccy Cole, Carole Sturtzel, Lee Kernaghan, Troy Casser-Daly, Adam Harvey, Carter & Carter, Craig Giles, The McClymonts and many more.



“Diamontina Drover” sung by Tracey Rains