Episode #022: Tracy Lambertucci
This episode features L.A. based electric guitarist Tracy Lambertucci. Born in 1990 in Caracas- Venezuela, Tracy Lambertucci began playing guitar at 15 and started performing just a year later. Her early studies in guitar were done at the Conservatory Lino Gallardo and the Taller de Jazz Caracas.
During that time, Tracy had the opportunity to study with some of the best jazz players in her country including Oscar Fanega, Abelardo Bolano, Gabriel Davila, among others.
In 2011 she moved to Los Angeles, CA, to continue pursuing her dream to be a musician. She was accepted in to the Musician’s Institute and graduated Cum Laude in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Guitar Performance and a minor in Audio Engineering.
Tracy has been working ever since as a session guitarist, teacher, and hired by numerous touring acts to perform live. She’s performed with artists including Honey County, The Suffragettes, Fair Avenue, Mustang Sally, and the list goes on and on. She has toured all over the U.S and South America gaining recognition and getting featured in magazines and radio/ TV shows like Classic Rock Magazine, LA Talk Radio “Troy’s Room”, Buzz Bands LA, Pop Vulture Entertainment , Music Industry News Network, and Sin Flash Venezuela, among others.
You can find out more about her at her website tracylambertucci.com and more so on Instragram at @tracy_lambertucci.
We talk about her career, what kinds of challenges she’s overcome, how she gets work, her view on social media, being a woman guitarist in the field, wellness, and a lot more.
It was a pleasure to speak with Tracy and I hope you enjoy. There’s a lot to take away here. Enjoy!