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Forming out of the ashes of blues prodigy band The Brown Brothers in 2004, Michael (Vocals and guitar) and Leigh Brown (Vocals and Bass) teamed up with drummer Andre Wise to make Tracer.

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Forming out of the ashes of blues prodigy band The Brown Brothers in 2004, Michael (Vocals and guitar) and Leigh Brown (Vocals and Bass) teamed up with drummer Andre Wise to make Tracer.With a sound reminiscent of 90’s grunge/stoner rock mixed with the everlasting bravado of 70’s classic rock, Tracer is a driving, sonic sledgehammer of massive guit...
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      4.8 stars, from 13 Fan reports
  • leeds - cockpit


    supershow from tony, 16/10/12
    Second time seen and was not disappointed.Small closed up venue seem to suit their style. Excellent guitars, new bassist and great drums. Great value for money will definetely see them again , in fact already booked for next year in Sheffield. All those out there wondering if to bother - go on give them a go you wont be disappointed.
  • Brighton - Brighton Haunt


    Unbelievable from Bogbrush3, 15/10/12
    I had tickets to see Tracer on their first UK tour earlier in the year but was unable to go due to work commitments, so I was determined to get to them this time round as they extended the tour of their second album - Spaces In Between. I dont regret making them such a high priority - their incredible range of high paced metal-esque songs right the way through to slow ballads was impressive, but more so was the perfection with which they completed either side of that spectrum, and everything in between. All this considring the band are a threepiece, and in fact had very recently had a line-up change. In fact, the only slight let down was the fact the band played on a Sunday night and the Brighton crowd were in general lacklustre - a fact that does not or should not reflect on Tracer themselves. The most impressive aspect of the whole experience was the down-to-earth feel created by the band. A stunning cover of Led Zeppelins Rock and Roll was a cue for the lead guitarist from the support band to join Tracer on stage. They humbled themselves again by paying tribute to Black Sabbath with another sublime cover. And to top it all off the band were available to sign memorabilia and chat with the audience after their set. The band tour again for their forthcoming album early next year. I will be booking my tickets in the very near future as I can only imagine their shows will sell out very quickly.
  • Leeds - The Cockpit


    Left speechless! from fayet16, 01/10/12
    I became a fan of Tracer last October when I saw them support Royal Republic, since then they have some in leaps and bounds. This tour I went all out and booked four consecutive nights ... each night I was left totally speechless by how fantastic they are. They put so much into their performance, and the Leeds show left Mike with some blood shed after managing to gouge a hole in his finger from his guitar. But he carried on through the remainder of the set - true R&R! To top things off they are three amazing guys to chat too, have alot of time for their fans and all have great senses of humour. GO SEE TRACER