Alice Wallace Sings Her Heroines

VENUE NOTE: Entree required - this is a supper club, and menu items start at just $10. No drink minimums. Portion of the cover charge goes to Feed The Need, the Campus JAX outreach to feed the local homeless population. Over 15,000 meals served.


About Alice Wallace:

When the world was forced to take a collective break in 2020, Alice Wallace had just made her big move to Nashville after spending much of her career in Orange County. She found herself in a brand new city and not able to leave the house, so she turned to the music of the artists she loved to get her through it.

Each Sunday, she would present a livestream in tribute to one of her heroines: Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Judy Collins, Nanci Griffith, and so many more. The concerts kept her connected to her fans, and kept her inspired and performing even when she wasn't able to step on a stage to perform, as she'd been doing for almost a decade.

Wallace, who was called "one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana" by Saving Country Music, returns home to Southern California this Thanksgiving weekend to present a concert highlighting some of her favorite songs from the women who have inspired her career. She'll also share a sneak peek of the brand new songs she's preparing to go into the studio to record for her next album to follow 2019's Into the Blue, which received accolades from publications including Rolling Stone Country and was included as one of the Best Albums of 2019 by Americana Highways. Joining Alice for the night is venerable Nashville songwriter Noel McKay. Three decades after McKay was discovered by legendary songwriter Guy Clark, his ability to write the kinds of smart, insightful and sometimes slyly humorous songs that initially caught Clark’s attention remains the cornerstone of the music he makes to this day. His latest album, Blue, Blue, Blue, centers around longing: whether it’s longing the experiences of a lost relationship, longing to undo unwise decisions, longing for the way one’s home city was, longing to travel or longing to have one’s story told. “The songs of Noel McKay, they’re like those one-of-a-kind items, carefully crafted with their dovetailed joints and beveled edges, and proudly engraved with a maker’s mark. They’re well-loved, and presented to the world without commercial concern, and more for the memories they hold, or that they will soon impart.” -Saving Country Music

Wallace, who 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, 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 in Newport Beach with a full dinner menu, bar and ample free parking. The club is near John Wayne airport and offers VIP seating and is open to all ages.

714-809-6146 for info.

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11/27/2022 6:00 PM

Door Time: 4:30 PM

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VENUE NOTE: Entree required - this is a supper club, and menu items start at just $10. No drink minimums. Portion of the cover charge goes to Feed The Need, the Campus JAX outreach to feed the local homeless population. Over 15,000 meals served.

About Alice Wallace:

When the world was forced to take a collective break in 2020, Alice Wallace had just made her big move to Nashville after spending much of her career in Orange County. She found herself in a brand new city and not able to leave the house, so she turned to the music of the artists she loved to get her through it.

Each Sunday, she would present a livestream in tribute to one of her heroines: Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Judy Collins, Nanci Griffith, and so many more. The concerts kept her connected to her fans, and kept her inspired and performing even when she wasn't able to step on a stage to perform, as she'd been doing for almost a decade.

Wallace, who was called "one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana" by Saving Country Music, returns home to Southern California this Thanksgiving weekend to present a concert highlighting some of her favorite songs from the women who have inspired her career. She'll also share a sneak peek of the brand new songs she's preparing to go into the studio to record for her next album to follow 2019's Into the Blue, which received accolades from publications including Rolling Stone Country and was included as one of the Best Albums of 2019 by Americana Highways.

​Wallace, who 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, 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.

Joining Alice for the night is Sara Petite!​

For the better part of two decades, San Diego's Sara Petite has blazed her own trail, carving out a mix of forward-thinking country, bluegrass, amplified folk, and Springsteen-sized rock & roll. It's a sound that blurs the boundaries between genres, created by a charismatic frontwoman who's never been afraid to buck trends or speak her mind. With Rare Bird, her sixth record, she widens her range once again, filling the album's tracklist with highway anthems, heartland rockers, lushly-layered Americana ballads, and even a gospel-influenced tribute to civil rights leader John Lewis.

Wallace appears in concert at CAMPUS JAX in Newport Beach with a full dinner menu, bar and ample free parking. The club is near John Wayne airport and offers VIP seating and is open to all ages.

714-809-6146 for info.

StellarShows.net

VENUE NOTE: Entree required - this is a supper club, and menu items start at just $10. No drink minimums. Portion of the cover charge goes to Feed The Need, the Campus JAX outreach to feed the local homeless population. Over 15,000 meals served.


About Alice Wallace:

When the world was forced to take a collective break in 2020, Alice Wallace had just made her big move to Nashville after spending much of her career in Orange County. She found herself in a brand new city and not able to leave the house, so she turned to the music of the artists she loved to get her through it.

Each Sunday, she would present a livestream in tribute to one of her heroines: Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Judy Collins, Nanci Griffith, and so many more. The concerts kept her connected to her fans, and kept her inspired and performing even when she wasn't able to step on a stage to perform, as she'd been doing for almost a decade.

Wallace, who was called "one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana" by Saving Country Music, returns home to Southern California this Thanksgiving weekend to present a concert highlighting some of her favorite songs from the women who have inspired her career. She'll also share a sneak peek of the brand new songs she's preparing to go into the studio to record for her next album to follow 2019's Into the Blue, which received accolades from publications including Rolling Stone Country and was included as one of the Best Albums of 2019 by Americana Highways. Joining Alice for the night is venerable Nashville songwriter Noel McKay. Three decades after McKay was discovered by legendary songwriter Guy Clark, his ability to write the kinds of smart, insightful and sometimes slyly humorous songs that initially caught Clark’s attention remains the cornerstone of the music he makes to this day. His latest album, Blue, Blue, Blue, centers around longing: whether it’s longing the experiences of a lost relationship, longing to undo unwise decisions, longing for the way one’s home city was, longing to travel or longing to have one’s story told. “The songs of Noel McKay, they’re like those one-of-a-kind items, carefully crafted with their dovetailed joints and beveled edges, and proudly engraved with a maker’s mark. They’re well-loved, and presented to the world without commercial concern, and more for the memories they hold, or that they will soon impart.” -Saving Country Music

Wallace, who 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, 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 in Newport Beach with a full dinner menu, bar and ample free parking. The club is near John Wayne airport and offers VIP seating and is open to all ages.

714-809-6146 for info.

StellarShows.net