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Tracy Chapman Masters “Our Bright Future” at Bernie’s

8th Studio Album From Multiple Grammy-winner.

Pictured at Bernie Grundman Mastering are Tracy Chapman and mastering engineer Bernie Grundman. Photo by David Goggin.

Grammy-winner Tracy Chapman has mastered her 8th studio album, “Our Bright Future,” at Bernie Grundman Mastering. Mastering engineer Bernie Grundman described the new album as “beautifully recorded with a very intimate, natural feeling that will easily connect with the listener.”

A mainstay of the Cambridge, MA coffeehouse circuit during her studies at Tufts University, Chapman signed to Elektra Records and released her first self-titled album in 1988. Featuring the singles “Fast Car,” “Talkin’ Bout a Revolution,” and “Baby, Can I Hold You,” the album earned Platinum status and garnered three Grammy Awards.

Ensuing albums have earned Gold and Platinum status, and her annual tours across America and Europe have proven extremely successful, creating a devoted and loyal audience. Throughout her career, Chapman has supported numerous charity events, such as Amnesty International Human Rights Now tour, amfAR, and AIDS/Life Cycle.

A graduate of Tufts University, Chapman also received her honorary Doctor of Fine Arts in 2004 for her contributions as a socially conscious and artistically accomplished musician. Recorded at LA’s Henson Studios, “Our Bright Future” will be released November 10 on the Elektra/Atlantic Records label.

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