Alice Wallace: Homecoming

Show description follows notes:

All seating is outdoor open air at our special tented outdoor stage dining area. Please dress accordingly.

Social distancing is enforced; masks are required when walking to and from tables.
Temperatures will be taken upon entrance.
Must have reserved seating to park.
No dancing at this time, thanks.


She's BACK!

NOV. 21 AT CAMPUS JAX

Wallace records on the 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. “They care so deeply about giving women a stronger voice in the music industry,” Wallace attests. Having spent the past six years writing songs and touring the nation – from AMERICANAFEST® to county fairs, barrooms to coffeehouses – Alice Wallace recently made the move to Nashville - and this is her first show back in the Southland where she has lived and prospered since 2008.

Ray Wylie Hubbard says she and her “stunning” songcraft have that “Steve McQueen ‘Cincinnati Kid’ cool.”

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. She was recently singled out by the Los Angeles Daily News and Pollstar for her “dead-on lovely version” of Ronstadt’s throbbing "Long Long Time” at the “Palomino Rides Again” event celebrating the legendary California honky-tonk

Her most recent album, “The Blue,” describes her own journey to “get over my fears and go for the thing I love the most.” Wallace knew that being a traveling troubadour and committing herself fully to music could be a dangerous choice. “In some ways, I wish I had done it sooner,” she says. “But I’m also glad I have the life experience to help fuel my songwriting and survive life on the road.”

11/21/2020 7:00 PM

Door Time: 5:00 PM

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Show description follows notes:

All seating is outdoor open air at our special tented outdoor stage dining area. Please dress accordingly.

Social distancing is enforced; masks are required when walking to and from tables.
Temperatures will be taken upon entrance.
Must have reserved seating to park.
No dancing at this time, thanks.

She's BACK!

Nov. 21

Wallace records on the 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. “They care so deeply about giving women a stronger voice in the music industry,” Wallace attests. Having spent the past six years writing songs and touring the nation – from AMERICANAFEST® to county fairs, barrooms to coffeehouses – Alice Wallace recently made the move to Nashville - and this is her first show back in the Southland where she has lived and prospered since 2008.

Ray Wylie Hubbard says she and her “stunning” songcraft have that “Steve McQueen ‘Cincinnati Kid’ cool.”

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. She was recently singled out by the Los Angeles Daily News and Pollstar for her “dead-on lovely version” of Ronstadt’s throbbing "Long Long Time” at the “Palomino Rides Again” event celebrating the legendary California honky-tonk

Her most recent album, “The Blue,” describes her own journey to “get over my fears and go for the thing I love the most.” Wallace knew that being a traveling troubadour and committing herself fully to music could be a dangerous choice. “In some ways, I wish I had done it sooner,” she says. “But I’m also glad I have the life experience to help fuel my songwriting and survive life on the road.”

Show description follows notes:

All seating is outdoor open air at our special tented outdoor stage dining area. Please dress accordingly.

Social distancing is enforced; masks are required when walking to and from tables.
Temperatures will be taken upon entrance.
Must have reserved seating to park.
No dancing at this time, thanks.


She's BACK!

NOV. 21 AT CAMPUS JAX

Wallace records on the 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. “They care so deeply about giving women a stronger voice in the music industry,” Wallace attests. Having spent the past six years writing songs and touring the nation – from AMERICANAFEST® to county fairs, barrooms to coffeehouses – Alice Wallace recently made the move to Nashville - and this is her first show back in the Southland where she has lived and prospered since 2008.

Ray Wylie Hubbard says she and her “stunning” songcraft have that “Steve McQueen ‘Cincinnati Kid’ cool.”

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. She was recently singled out by the Los Angeles Daily News and Pollstar for her “dead-on lovely version” of Ronstadt’s throbbing "Long Long Time” at the “Palomino Rides Again” event celebrating the legendary California honky-tonk

Her most recent album, “The Blue,” describes her own journey to “get over my fears and go for the thing I love the most.” Wallace knew that being a traveling troubadour and committing herself fully to music could be a dangerous choice. “In some ways, I wish I had done it sooner,” she says. “But I’m also glad I have the life experience to help fuel my songwriting and survive life on the road.”