Acoustic Alloy

TC Peart & Tracy Jane Comer

Madison, WI







Acoustic Alloy
Tracy Jane Comer and TC Peart
Tracy Jane Comer and TC Peart
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Acoustic Alloy

TC Peart & Tracy Jane Comer

About Acoustic Alloy

NOTE: As of Sept. 2016, TC (Theresa Peart) has relocated out of state.

Tracy Jane remains in the Madison area and is active as a soloist and with other projects/groups; see for more.


Acoustic Alloy combined the vocal and instrumental talents of TC Peart and Tracy Jane Comer, and was based in the Madison, WI area. The duo was launched in January 2012 as a spinoff from the pair's work in the long-running area band Wild Heart. Acoustic Alloy grew out of their enjoyment of singing together in the band and their love of many styles of music beyond the limitations of that band's format.

Acoustic Alloy performed in a variety of settings, large and small. Their repertoire included some of Tracy's originals plus music from today's great artists such as Adele, Christina Perri, Miranda Lambert, Bruno Mars, Pink, and Jason Mraz, as well as songs from legends including, Michael Jackson, Elton John, Heart, and Indigo Girls. Their strong harmonies and well-crafted arrangements made for a lively and engaging show.

About TC...

TC (Theresa) Peart (third pic from top on right) grew up singing all styles of music, being part of a family that runs a karaoke business. Her strong and versatile pipes won the first Q106 RISING STAR competition back in 2005. She performed at A Taste of Madison in 2005 and 2006.

No stranger to the stage or to south central Wisconsin, TC has performed in the Madison area for over 14 years, having previously been part of several groups including Confection, JC and Kid Sister, Four Wheel Drive, plus work as a soloist. In addition to her dynamic vocal work, TC also plays keyboard, mandolin, and has recently begun playing guitar.

About Tracy Jane...

Tracy Jane Comer (bottom pic on right) hails from North Carolina but has made Madison her home since 1993. She is a multi-instrumentalist (7 instruments and counting) and songwriter with five published solo CDs as well as several CDs with side projects (Common Chord, Sticky Fingers, Likely Stories, Elixir Chamber Trio) and tracks appearing on a number of compilation CDs. She has opened for many national touring acts including Dar Williams, Willy Porter, Peter Mulvey, Ellis Paul, Holly Near, the Waylin' Jennys, and many others. She has performed as cellist with Holly Brook, now known as Grammy-winning songwriter Skylar Grey. Currently Tracy is also involved in an acoustic project called Common Chord with local singer/songwriter Michael Bryant, where they feature thier original tunes and more. They perform as a duo or ensemble.

Tracy has acquired a string of honors including international songwriting awards in pop/rock, folk, jazz, and adult contemporary genres. She was featured in Guitar Player magazine in 2009, and her guitar skills earned her the title of Instrumentalist of the Year in the 2008 Madison Area Music Awards (MAMAs). Tracy has also been nominated numerous times by the MAMAs (categories of Acoustic Artist and Album, Folk/America Artist and Album, Jazz Album and Jazz Song). Read much more about Tracy Jane at

"You guys were FANTASTIC last night, hard to believe such great sounds can come from only 2 people!!"
- Kim, Madison