About the Artist Tracy Herron was born December 7, 1941 in Oakdale, Louisiana, the day the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. He grew up in Ferriday, Louisiana and was the last of twelve children born to George and Melissa Herron. Ferriday was also the home of Tracy's cousins Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart. It is also where 'Urban Cowboy' Mickey Gilley grew up. It so happened that Mickey Gilley's two brothers met and married Tracy's two sisters. The two Gilley brothers moved Tracy's two sisters to Corpus Christi, Texas. And when Tracy was old enough, he also decided to move to Corpus Christi. Soon after, he started making music with his nephews Percy and Carroll Gilley. After a while, Tracy quit the music business and attended barber college. After becoming a barber, he met and married a girl from Kingsville, Texas who was living in Corpus Christi. Karen and Tracy had two children and became occupied with the business of raising a family. It seemed that the days of making music were history. Well here's Tracy with already his third collection of songs. He says 'if you keep buying them, he'll keep making them.' A list of the many talented people Tracy has collaborated with: Dennis Gilley, Keyboards Jason Burns, Guitar Cecelia Cox, Vocals Randy Edwards, Harmonica John Eric, Vocals Laura Gilley, Vocals Linda Gilley, Vocals Mike Isbell, Guitar Corey Jackson, Guitar Fred Jarman, Guitar John Liberto, Guitar John Lopez, Guitar The Roadhouse Rebels Joe Sanchez, Drums Steve Santos, Guitar Johnny Shubert, Bass J.T. Uvalle, Guitar Rick Voelkel, Guitar.