With a style that is rooted in the classic country songstresses like Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, and Emmylou Harris. southern California singer/songwriter Alice Wallace’s impeccable vocals and melodic, literate song-crafting skills bring a fresh touch to authentic Americana music.Her much-anticipated latest single, "Elephants," has been getting attention for continuing the conversation started by the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements - addressing the compromises women have to make to move through the world. The song will be included on Wallace's forthcoming album release on JTM Music in August 2018 - along with her single, "Echo Canyon," which spurred the popular country music blog Saving Country Music to call Wallace "…one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana.”Wallace’s 2015 full-length release Memories, Music & Pride on LA-based California Country Records brought accolades from across the country, as well as recognition such as the LA Music Critic Awards for Best Country/Americana album, and nods in 7 categories on the first-round ballot for the 2016 Grammy Awards. The LA Music Critic Awards also named her Best Country/Americana artist in 2016, and she was named 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the first annual California Country Awards this past December.She began pursuing music full-time and touring widely in 2013. Since then, she plays close to 200 shows a year across the U.S, and played her first U.K. tour in 2016. She has shared the stage with artists such as Wynonna Judd, Lee Ann Womack, Ray Wylie Hubbard, JD Souther, Albert Lee, Suzy Bogguss, and The Band Perry. “It doesn’t take long after Alice Wallace takes the stage to realize we are hearing an exciting new talent to the world of roots music.” -Terry Paul Roland, No Depression.