Tracey Brown & Randall Prescott

Formerly of Family Brown with special guest – Kelly Prescott

With both their fathers in various country Music Halls of Fame, Tracey Brown and Randall Prescott truly were raised on country music.

Tracey is fondly remembered as a member of Family Brown, Canada’s most awarded country band. For 22 years the band released 17 albums on MCA and RCA records, had a nationally syndicated show, “Family Brown Country” for 13 seasons, and toured extensively in Canada and parts of Europe. The band consisted of father, Papa Joe Brown, brother Barry, and sister Lawanda. The Family Brown disbanded in 1990.

Randall Prescott played in his father’s band at the Lafontaine Hotel Golden Rail. He then joined the Wayne Rostad Band, followed by the popular Prescott Brothers.  In 1984 Randall joined The Family Brown. Tracey, Barry & Randall later released two CD’s with Sony Canada as Prescott-Brown. Tracey also released two solo CDs.

Randall was voted CCMA Country Music Producer of the Year an unprecedented 10 times in a row. He was also nominated for a Grammy Award for work with Robbie Robertson. Juno’s and three Instrumentalist of the Year awards are also among his list of achievements.

Over the last 18 years, Randall & Tracey have produced the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, which has raised over 15.8  million dollars and 4.5 million pounds of food for North American food banks. He was also responsible for organizing the Ice Storm fundraiser in Ottawa 1998, as well as the first fundraiser in Calgary for the Red Cross the day following 9-11, and another concert at Ottawa NAC  for NY Firefighter families.

Randall and Tracey are both members of the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ottawa Country Music Hall of Fame. They encourage and support both their children: producer, songwriter, video producer/editor, Kaylen; and singer, songwriter, guitarist, Kelly.