The Tracy Bartram


a photo of The Tracy Bartram band on stage

Harmony and Humour: A Uniquely Engaging Experience

Tracy Bartram has been singing since she first took the stage at Sunday school at a migrant hospital in Melbourne’s Nunawading, singing Jesus Loves Me.

The irony of discovering her Jewish heritage at the start of her comedy career has never been lost on her…

Bartram started incorporating song parodies into her stand-up routines early in her career and her definitive take on Rawhide ,the Frankie Lane classic, has been enjoyed all around the world.

Except that Tracy’s version is about condoms… Of course it is!

The Tracy Bartram Band held a three year residency at Dizzy’s Jazz Club in Richmond Melbourne.

a photo of Tracy Bartram on stage singing
Tracy stand-up shows have long incorporated music and she is known for having the crème de la crème of Melbourne’s musicians backing her.

Tracy’s towering humour deems it plausible to form the world’s tallest band, The Tall, with Wilbur Wilde & Bob Valentine, Geoff Cox and 12 other blokes over 6 feet tall.

They make for a pretty funny sight piling into a cab for the gigs.

But she also sings red hot renditions as vocalist with The Tracy Bartram Band, with some of the finest players the Australian music industry can make available

Tracy and Band love playing at

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