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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According to a new survey by American Express, the average man will spend $272 on
Valentine's Day. Which sounds like a LOT. Only there are MILLIONS of women who are going to be REALLY MAD anyway.
Because the survey ALSO found that about six million people are planning to either propose, or are EXPECTING to get a proposal on Valentine's Day.
It didn't give the split there, but we have to assume there are MILLIONS of women expecting a proposal . . . and we're guessing most of them will NOT be happy if it doesn't go down.
The survey also found the cost of the average engagement ring in 2013 is $2,410
In case you forgot, Saturday was Groundhog Day. And for the 116th time, PUNXSUTAWNEY PHIL got dragged out to look for his shadow and make a prediction on the weather.
Well . . . not the original Phil, obviously. Groundhogs have life spans of about 10 years. Being "Punxsutawney Phil" is kinda like the Pope . . . they just slide a new one in there whenever the previous one dies.
Anyway, this year, Phil did NOT see his shadow, which means an EARLY SPRING.
And it's only the 15th time in 116 YEARS that he hasn't seen his shadow.
Unfortunately, he's fairly unreliable as a meteorologist. According to the StormFax Weather Almanac, he's only correct about 39% of the time. This really is our dumbest holiday.
According to the last big survey before the Super Bowl . . . we hope . . . 35% of us want the 49ers to win, 31% want the Ravens, and 34% don't care.
Men prefer the Ravens by a 37% to 35% margin, and women want the 49ers to win by a 35% to 25% margin.
Republicans are 49er fans by a pretty big margin . . . 43% to 26%. While Democrats prefer the Ravens, 39% to 33%.
Not surprisingly, the Ravens do best in the Northeast by a big margin . . . 47% to 24% . . . while the 49ers do best in the West by another big margin, 41% to 27%.
And both the South and the Midwest lean towards the 49ers, so that explains the political split.
And finally, also not surprisingly, the top three Super Bowl snack foods are: Chips and dip . . . pizza . . . and nachos.