With a style that is rooted in the classic country songstresses such as Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, and Emmylou Harris. Southern California singer/songwriter Alice Wallace’s impeccable vocals and melodic, literate song-crafting skills bring a fresh touch to authentic Americana music.
Wallace will be showcasing her irrefutable style in Nashville, TN on September 13th, 14th, and 15th (details below). Currently in the studio working on an early 2019 release, Wallace will be previewing the new songs during these live performances, along with a few fan favorites.
She has already released one single from the forthcoming album in September 2017. The single, entitled Echo Canyon and co-written with Andrew Delaney, adds a modern flair to the all-but-abandoned tradition of the country yodel, and the website Saving Country Music said the song “creates the perfect setting and environment for Alice Wallace to showcase why she’s one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana.”
Her 2015 full-length release Memories, Music & Pride on LA-based California Country Records brought accolades from across the country, as well as recognition such as the LA Music Critic Award for Best Country/Americana album, and nods in 7 categories on the first-round ballot for the 2016 Grammy Awards. But recognition for Alice’s music continued even after the album release, with the LA Music Critic Awards naming her Best Country/Americana artist in 2016, and she was named 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the first annual California Country Awards in Long Beach, CA, this past December.
The Nashville-based, Rich Mahan Golden State Refugees will back up Wallace, who accompanies herself on acoustic guitar.