Tracy Minicucci fronted the Santa Cruz rock machine that was The Muggs from 1995 to 2000.

After the Muggs broke up in 2000, Tracy put together a Siouxsie and the Banshees tribute, Banana Split Lady. Featuring Tracy on vocals, bass, Ches Smith on drums (Prayer Wheel, The Muggs) Norm Wolfe on guitar (Prayer Wheel, Stockton), Cristina Armijo (Soda Pop Fuck You, Outline Kit) on backing vocals and percussion and Chris Gravier on guitar. B.S.L played one show only at Kimo's in San Francisco.

In 2001 Tracy moved to Providence, Rhode Island. She built a recording studio in her basement and records/produces currently.

After briefly forming a band, Gull, in 2004 Tracy broke off from Gull with guitar player John Vital (Los Halos, Swisher, Darling Commit, the Low Numbers) from Philadelphia to form Midnight 1,2,3.

Tracy and John are releasing a demo cd of their work together in Providence. An eclectic mix of styles, and sounds, this record will feature everything from a heavy,loud rock sound to acoustic originals, to experimental pieces,edited from found material.

Tracy is currently working on new material to record a full length record with John and getting producing work out in California so she can end up back in California full time eventually.

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