The first, and perhaps only, thing you need to know about Alice Wallace’s Into the Blue is I’ve already put it on my “Top Albums of 2019” list. Perhaps I should also note that I’ve never kept a list like […]
The Palomino rides again! Once news got out that the legendary San Fernando Valley nightclub, The Palomino, would reopen again for one night only, the people that frequented that venue got excited. And rightfully so. Those walls had seen performances […]
James McMurtry began his Taos set singing, “Don’t be yelling at me when I’m cleaning my gun,” playing solo on acoustic 6- and 12-string guitars. He got our attention and instantly took command of the outdoor Amphitheater Stage at Taos Music […]
When singer-songwriters Alice Wallace and Rick Shea shared a bill at The Living Tradition Series in Anaheim, California last Saturday night, they were only 20 miles south of what was once a Mecca of country music in Compton, California where […]
This review was originally published on the Indie Voice blog. Alice Wallace is set to debut her latest album, Memories, Music & Pride when she brings her SoCal Americana music to one of Hollywood’s premier venues, The Hotel Cafe’ on […]
When Alice Wallace was a child growing up in Central Florida, her parents would sing harmony on classics by Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris. Her clear memory of that encouraged her to lean toward Americana music and eventually led her to become […]
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