Alice Wallace w/ Caitlin Cannon

Sometimes you hear an album and the only way you can think to describe it is stunning. Alice Wallace shows herself a spectacular songwriter as well as a singer who can deliver lyrics in a powerful way with minimal effort on her recent Into the Blue album.


ALL AGES - FREE PARKING - PURCHASE OF ONE ENTREE PER PERSON REQUIRED
(There’s a $10 surcharge if no entree is ordered. There is no drink minimum)

On the title track from her fourth album, Californian Alice Wallace sings about the uncertainty of a career spent on the road. “The Blue” pays tribute to those who’re willing to take leaps, laced with soaring strings that nod to the country classics of the 1970s.

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.

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

Wallace appears in concert at CAMPUS JAX with Caitlin Cannon, an accomplished Americana artist/actress.

Caitlin Cannon’s new music, a collection titled The TrashCannon Album, finds clever wordplay tackling what Caitlin calls the “inner garbage” we all have, but tend to hide away. Cannon shines a light on hard truths with a dive deep into what she’s saying - arranged in such a way that it's a testament to her ability to write the tar out of some songs, that are damn fun to listen to, in spite of their difficult themes.


AS OF APRIL 29- FULL HEALTH COMPLIANCE REQUIRED. (This may change)

All seating is outdoor at our special tented, heated, carpeted outdoor dining area. Please dress accordingly.
Social distancing is enforced; masks are required when walking to and from tables.
Free parking. All ages.
No dancing at this time, thanks.

07/30/2021 7:00 PM
Other Showtimes

Sometimes you hear an album and the only way you can think to describe it is stunning. Alice Wallace shows herself a spectacular songwriter as well as a singer who can deliver lyrics in a powerful way with minimal effort on her recent Into the Blue album.


ALL AGES - FREE PARKING - PURCHASE OF ONE ENTREE PER PERSON REQUIRED
($10 surcharge if no entree is ordered. No drink minimum)


On the title track from her fourth album, Californian Alice Wallace sings about the uncertainty of a career spent on the road. “The Blue” pays tribute to those who’re willing to take leaps, laced with soaring strings that nod to the country classics of the 1970s.

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.

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

Wallace appears in concert at CAMPUS JAX with Caitlin Cannon, an accomplished Americana artist/actress.

Caitlin Cannon’s new music, a collection titled The TrashCannon Album, finds clever wordplay tackling what Caitlin calls the “inner garbage” we all have, but tend to hide away. Cannon shines a light on hard truths with a dive deep into what she’s saying - arranged in such a way that it's a testament to her ability to write the tar out of some songs, that are damn fun to listen to, in spite of their difficult themes.

Indoor show w small dance floor.

Sometimes you hear an album and the only way you can think to describe it is stunning. Alice Wallace shows herself a spectacular songwriter as well as a singer who can deliver lyrics in a powerful way with minimal effort on her recent Into the Blue album.


ALL AGES - FREE PARKING - PURCHASE OF ONE ENTREE PER PERSON REQUIRED
(There’s a $10 surcharge if no entree is ordered. There is no drink minimum)

On the title track from her fourth album, Californian Alice Wallace sings about the uncertainty of a career spent on the road. “The Blue” pays tribute to those who’re willing to take leaps, laced with soaring strings that nod to the country classics of the 1970s.

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.

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

Wallace appears in concert at CAMPUS JAX with Caitlin Cannon, an accomplished Americana artist/actress.

Caitlin Cannon’s new music, a collection titled The TrashCannon Album, finds clever wordplay tackling what Caitlin calls the “inner garbage” we all have, but tend to hide away. Cannon shines a light on hard truths with a dive deep into what she’s saying - arranged in such a way that it's a testament to her ability to write the tar out of some songs, that are damn fun to listen to, in spite of their difficult themes.


AS OF APRIL 29- FULL HEALTH COMPLIANCE REQUIRED. (This may change)

All seating is outdoor at our special tented, heated, carpeted outdoor dining area. Please dress accordingly.
Social distancing is enforced; masks are required when walking to and from tables.
Free parking. All ages.
No dancing at this time, thanks.