The Seattle Folklore Society will present Alice Wallace in concert at the Phinney
Neighborhood Center in Seattle, on Saturday, April 7th. Alice will be joined by her
top-notch band of musicians: Tom Bremer on guitar, Austin Callender on bass, and
Josh Huppert on drums. The advance ticket cover charge is $18, $2 more at the
Recently named Female Vocalist of the Year in the first annual California Country
Awards, Southern California songbird Alice’s style is strongly influenced by classic
country songstresses like Patsy Cline and Emmylou Harris. Alice’s impeccable
vocals and melodic, literate song-crafting skills bring a fresh touch to authentic
Alice and the band were official showcase artists at the Americana Music Festival in
Nashville this past September. Their 2015 release, Memories, Music & Pride, was
named Best Country/Americana album by the LA Music Critic Awards.
Alice’s latest single, Echo Canyon, is an eerie ballad set in the southwest that uses
swirling harmonies, coyote-like yodels and tribal rhythms to illustrate the stark
images in the song.
At her concerts, with a charisma that is inviting and charming, Alice shares humorous
stories of the road and the stories behind her songs. Don’t miss this new talent to the
world of roots music.