Alice Wallace 8pm Wednesday 5 August 2020

Alice Wallace 8pm Wednesday 5 August 2020

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  • Type: Country Music
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIMITED TICKETS SHOW YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PURCHASE AND HAVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR ORDER HAS BE CONFIRMED TO ENTER THE SHOW.  Live and Interactive on...
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIMITED TICKETS SHOW YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PURCHASE AND HAVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR ORDER HAS BE CONFIRMED TO ENTER THE SHOW. 

Live and Interactive on video chat playing songs answering questions and seeing all your smiling face or if you like leave you camera off listen and chat. This is a true an experience you will never forget.

With "Into the Blue," set for release on January 18, California-country singer-songwriter Alice Wallace conjures the atmospheric sound of the Golden State’s canyons and deserts, mountains and crashing waves, its crowning beauty and its tragic losses. At the same time, the supple-voiced Wallace tells her own and others’ stories, weaving tales that resonate as we grapple with so many disturbing national issues. Into the Blue marks Wallace’s debut on the brand-new Rebelle Road label, an imprint founded by a trio of women dedicated to strengthening the California Country music community and expanding visibility for female artists in the Americana/roots genre. Since turning to music full-time in 2013, she performs some 200 dates a year. Texas songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard called her songcraft “stunning” and pundits agree: she won the 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the California Country Awards and the previous year’s Best Country/Americana Artist at the L.A. Music Critic Awards. Into the Blue represents Wallace’s evolution as a recording artist, showcasing a fuller sound, backed by some of Americana’s most distinctive players. Co-produced by Steve Berns and Rebelle Road’s studio veteran, songwriter and musician KP Hawthorn, the album credits include drummer Jay Bellerose (Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Aimee Mann), bassist Jennifer Condos (Jackson Browne, Graham Nash), guitarist Tom Bremer, Kaitlin Wolfberg on strings, and keys and pedal steel from Jeremy Long (Sam Outlaw).