Tracy was born in LA and started her career singing John Denver songs in bars at age 3. By age 8, she had moved to Parker, Colorado with her parents. There she participated in the drama club and became known as the girl who could forge any signature to get out of class!
She spent her college years at Metropolitan State College of Denver studying sex therapy. After two years working in the sex therapy field, Taylor decided that she needed a change and managed to stumble into ALICE 106 (KALC) in Denver and land an on-air gig.
Tracy has been married to her husband for over 5 years and has three kids ages 18, 10 and 7.
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Maybe this'll make you feel a little better about how OLD you are. Forget people who say 40 is the new 30. Apparently, SEVENTY is the new 30. At least compared to our ancestors.
A new study out of Germany found that a 70-year-old person today has the same odds of dying as a 30-year-old did around 10,000 years ago. Longevity has improved THAT much.
The study also found that a 15-year-old early Homo sapien had about a 1.3% chance of dying. Those are the same odds as a healthy 69-year-old today.
And we're not done . . . the researchers say they're not sure what the cap on healthy human living might be.
So, if life expectancy went from about 30 to 70 in the past 10,000 years, could it go from 70 to 165 in another several thousand?