Tracy Lynn at the Zo Friday

Young Old Woman Tour

Tracy Lynn returns to her Island home to promote her new CD, Young Old Woman.The Young Old Woman Tour kicks off at Zocalo’s Cafe, Friday, Feb. 20.

“This CD is full of fun, endearing and heart warming original material,” says Lynn. “It has something for everyone. While each song is a page from my own life, equally its a page shared with someone else.”

The performances weave in some beautiful cover tunes by some of the most amazing female singers and songwriters.

“We all tell a similar story and that’s the point, we don’t live in isolation, we can’t,” says Lynn. “The Young Old Woman story is about how we are connected.”

Tracy Lynn blends and balances the finer points of being a woman in today’s world in her songs. She delivers with a unique folk country sound and embraces her strong gospel roots.

To can find out more about Tracy Lynn, go to

Friday’s show at the Zo begins at 6:30 p.m.


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