Alice Wallace

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Alice Wallace

When Alice Wallace picked up and moved to Nashville in
December 2019 from her longtime home in Southern California,
she could never have predicted that three months later the world
would come to a grinding halt. But the Americana
singer/songwriter, whose early 2019 album “Into the Blue” earned
her accolades from across the country and the world, used the
time in lockdown to start a brand new duo project with her friend
Caitlin Cannon called Side Pony. Side Pony released their debut
album “Lucky Break” in October of 2021 to rave reviews and
spent the better part of a year and a half zigzagging across the
country on tour, including stages at the Stagecoach Country
Music Festival, the Hudson West Folk Festival, and even tours
through England and Spain.

And now that the world is regaining a sense of normalcy,
Alice is getting prepared to release a new solo record to feature
the many songs she’s written since moving to Nashville – songs
about coming to love her new home in Tennessee, songs about
navigating her life as a touring artist and the relationships that
come and go as a result, and songs that truly tap into what Alice
does best when she stands on a stage behind a microphone.

“Wallace’s voice is a powerful natural occurrence…an awe-
striking wonder of the West” said Saving Country Music.

Back in 2017, Alice was named the Female Vocalist of the
Year at the California Country Awards. Her vocal power and
control is one of the first things noted in every review she ever
receives, and this new batch of songs puts that power on full
display . Her vocal style draws influence from iconic voices
ranging from Linda Ronstadt to Patsy Cline, not to mention
keeping the country yodel alive with songs from classic artists like
Patsy Montana and Don Walser.

The new album is being produced by Nashville producer and
session drummer Nick Buda, whose recording credits include
Taylor Swift, Martina McBride and Dolly Parton, and who currently
tours as in Kenny Chesney’s band. It features an A-list team of
players including Grammy-winning guitarist Kenny Greenberg (Willie Nelson, Wynnona Judd, Hayes Carll), bassist Ted Pecchio (Doyle Bramhall II, Susan Tedeschi) and keyboardist Jimmy Wallace (The Wallflowers). The album is set to be released in
early 2024.

“…one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana.” – Saving Country Music

“Sometimes you hear an album and the only way you can think to describe it is stunning.” – Americana Highways

“Americana artist, Alice Wallace, draws on some powerful female influences, like Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. Not only are these powerhouses heard throughout her music, but Wallace is invoking their fierce, independent spirits and paying it forward for female artists.” – Guitar Girl Magazine

“She’s got the songs, the voice and the determination to make this her life’s work.” – American Songwriter

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