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We have learned the sad news that singer Tracy Hitchings has died at the age of 60. Her professional career began in 1989 with the band Quasar, after which she began collaborating with Clive Nolan in Strangers on a Train. Her first solo album was released in 1991, and she subsequently worked with Gandalf, Landmarq, and numerous other bands and projects, often involving Nolan.
by Jon Davis, Published 2022-12-11
Word comes to us from the Landmarq Facebook page:
It is with a very heavy heart and great sadness that we have to report that, following a long-term illness, our great friend Tracy Hitchings has passed away. She had only recently celebrated her 60th birthday...
Tracy was an extraordinary talent and a beautiful human being. An extremely valued member of LANDMARQ for more than 20 years, she contributed uniquely and significantly to the band, as vocalist and lyricist. She leaves behind a fantastic legacy of songs that will obviously live on.
Hitchings was known for her powerful voice and lyric writing, and worked with many of the most prominent figures in progressive rock.
She was diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancer in 2005 and underwent treatment, eventually being cleared of the disease. She passed away peacefully at home.
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