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More about Tracy Chapman.
Tracy Chapman assisted restore singer/songwriters to the spotlight in the 1980s. The multi-platinum success of Tracy Chapman’s eponymous 1988 debut was unpredicted, and it had lasting impact. Although Tracy Chapman was working from the same confessional singer/songwriter foundation that had been popularized in the 1970s, her songs were fresh and powerful, driven by simple melodies and affecting lyrics. At the time of her first album, there were only couple of artists performing such a style successfully, and Tracy Chapman success ushered in a new era of singer/songwriters that lasted well into the 1990s. In addition, Tracy Chapman’s album assisted usher in the era of political correctness -- along with 10,000 Maniacs and R.E.M., Tracy Chapman's liberal politics proved extremely influential on American college campuses in the late 1980s. Of course, such implications meant that Tracy Chapman's subsequent recordings were greeted with mixed reactions, but after couple years out of the spotlight, Tracy Chapman managed to make a very successful comeback in 1996 with her fourth album, New Beginning, thanks to the Top Ten single "Give Me One Reason."
Raised in a working class neighborhood in Cleveland, OH, Tracy Chapman learned how to play guitar as a child, and started to write her own songs shortly afterward. Following high school, Tracy Chapman won a minority placement scholarship and determined to attend Tufts University, where she studied anthropology and African studies. While at Tufts, Tracy Chapman turned out to be fascinated with folk-rock and singer/songwriters, and started performing her own songs at coffeehouses. Finally, Tracy Chapman recorded a set of demos at the college radio station. One of her fellow students, Brian Koppelman, heard Tracy Chapman play and recommended her to his father, Charles Koppelman, who ran SBK Publishing. In 1986, Tracy Chapman signed with SBK and Koppelman secured a management contract with Elliot Roberts, who had worked with Neil Young and Joni Mitchell. Roberts and Koppelman assisted Chapman sign to Elektra in 1987.