Lauded by the media for her stunning performance at California’s famed honky-tonk, The Palomino, which re-opened for a one-night-only benefit in October, songstress Alice Wallace is ready to carry forward the West Coast country legacy that the legendary venue embodied with her new album Into the Blue – set for release on January 18, 2019. The album will be Wallace’s debut on Rebelle Road Records, a Los Angeles label founded by women and dedicated to balancing equity for female artists and keeping alive the California country sound.
Rock and Blues Muse: "Alice Wallace has crafted a modern masterpiece."
The Rocking Magpie: "Alice Wallace sounds like a heady mix of Bobbie Gentry, Stevie Nicks and Beth Hart.”
Country Standard Time: "Her voice runs the gamut from tender to powerful."
Americana Highways: "She has a voice that doesn’t have to strain to be powerful."
Guitar Girl Magazine: "Americana artist, Alice Wallace, draws on some powerful female influences, like Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. Not only are these powerhouses heard throughout her music, but Wallace is invoking their fierce, independent spirits and paying it forward for female artists."
Paste Magazine debuts “Santa Ana Winds” music video - the first single on “Into The Blue”
Rolling Stone Country names "The Blue" among