Tracey Dey


Tracey Dey (b. 1943) is a former pop singer from Yonkers, NY who became famous during the early 1960s. Her best known songs include her hit cover of Teresa Brewer's "Gonna Get Along Without You Now" (1964). She went on to complete her Master's in Theater Arts at Columbia University and later began teaching, acting, and writing screenplays.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Here Comes The Boy (1963)
  • Teenage Cleopatra (1963)
  • Gonna Get Along Without You Now (1964)

Pop charts debut year: 1963

Years active: ca. 1960s

Genres: Pop, rock

Labels: Liberty, Amy


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