A&R101: Tracy Williamson – Sunday Best Auditions

A&R101: #Sunday Best

Thoughts from Tracy Williamson

  • How many Artists have booked travel for Sunday Best 2013 Auditions? Don’t be shy now…


  • One important thing to remember is the Sunday Best Show is produced to be an exciting TELEVISION SHOW.


  • Make time to study the logistics of Sunday Best and ask yourself are You prepared to embark on this journey.


  • I know Sunday Best offers that one thing we desire – “A Record Deal”, but be honest and gauge your status as an artist.


  • Sunday Best is a HUGE launching pad for New Artists, make sure you walk and not RUN to become the “Best”.


  • Follow Sunday Best Winners and Contestants on Social Media and STUDY their journey, you’ll learn a lot.


  • Winning a Record Contract without industry knowledge is like performing surgery with no Medical Degree.


  • If you are going to spend money to audition for Sunday Best, make sure you pay money for a @billboard mag to take with you.


  • Lastly,when you attend the #Sundaybest audition, have a game plan and remember God’s Timing is Best and is what you need.


Tracy Y. Wiliamson served as Marketing, A&R and Label Director for Tyscot Records. She has also been featured on WGN TV’s People to People, TBN, The Word Network, MTV, Chicago Public Radio and in Ebony Magazine as one of the Top 30 Leaders of the Future.

As a songwriter and producer, Tracy has produced for DeAndre Patterson, The Rance Allen Group, Rodnie Bryant and Bishop Leonard Scott, and has written for Shirley Murdock, The Rance Allen Group, The Chicago Mass Choir, DeAndre Patterson and Rodnie Bryant.

In 2007, Tracy launched TRE7 Entertainment, a premier A&R, Marketing and Promotions Company. TRE7, specializes in developing and propelling Gospel music.  TRE7 also provides the essential tools for the driven and aspiring artist.  Tracy can also be seen monthly on Youtube encouraging the body to Walk into their Destiny.

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Website: www.tre7inc.com




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