about Tracy Fields

Tracy Fields is a longtime member of the South Florida media, as an editor and writer. Fields is also host and producer of WLRN’s weeknight Evenin’ Jazz program. She likes words and music. She regularly contributes to ArtBurst enhancing the music section of the site.

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