"I got into San Diego State. So that's why I moved from Denver to San Diego. When I moved, I road-tripped with all my stuff. My buddy came along, and we stopped at the Grand Canyon on the way there cause it was in route. We were hiking one of the days, and I was in my Birkenstocks, which I usually wear...cause they're awesome. He was barefoot 'cause that's just the kind of person he is. Loves bare feet. When we were done, both our feet were really dirty, and he was cracking up. He was making jokes about it. And then we got kind of serious because he's a very philosophical sort of thinker. So he says "Yo, dirty feet equals open mind," cause you're traveling and you're meeting people and experiencing different things...and I said "I'm gonna make that into a song." -Trace Jory on his single, "Dirty Feet."
Currently living in Nashville, TN, Trace has lived a colorful life full of music and movement from one place to the next. Planning to make the most of Nashville, Trace has a goal of submitting his songs to all of the publishing companies in the city during the down time from his career as a master leveled in-home Psychotherapist. His style is reminiscent of Jack Johnson with a Southern California Singer/Songwriter vibe, and Nashville Offbeat strongly recommends that you give his album, "Borrowed People," a listen and go see Trace perform live around town!
For more on Trace Jory...first read his passionately written Bio, and then click on the link to listen to his music at: www.tracejory.com
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