Gympie High School graduate Tracy Brennan, known in the dance music industry as DJ Miss Tracy, is the most popular female hard-house DJ in Australia.
Gympie High School graduate Tracy Brennan, known in the dance music industry as DJ Miss Tracy, is the most popular female hard-house DJ in Australia. Contributed

From Gympie discos to world scene

DUE to a combination of talent and popularity, Gympie High School graduate Tracy Brennan has proven to be one of the most successful hard-house DJs Australia has ever seen.

After graduation in 1991, Tracy went on to sign her first recording contract with UK label Truelove in '99.

What continued was a whirlwind of tours for the next 10 years.

Known to her legion of fans as DJ Miss Tracy, the girl from Gympie has released nine albums and two compilation mixed CDs.

Besides her successful live act Nil vs Miss Tracy Live touring every major city in Australia, Tracy has toured with singing group Madison Ave and DJ-ed in the UK, Malaysia and again around Australia several times.

Year after year, Tracy is voted in the top five DJs of her home state and continues to hold the position of Most Popular Hard House Female DJ.

Year by year she continues to strengthen her position in the dance music industry and has evolved into the most dynamic female performer in Australia today.

Her "unforgiving" style and focused intensity brings unmatched energy to every crowd she plays for.

With hard house as her first love this producer/entertainer has spun the decks around the globe gaining international recognition.

Tracy is based in Brisbane and is on a break from the live dance music scene.

Her main focus has been in the studio mixing tracks and she is about to release a hard house dance single, My Insanity, with Dexitron, an Adelaide producer.

To find out about Tracy go to http://www.djmisstracy.com or subscribe to Tracy Brennan (Djmisstracy) on Facebook.

Gympie Times


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