About Alice Wallace
With influences that range from 60’s classic rockers to modern singer-songwriters, Alice Wallace has created her own style of blues/rock that has tinges of the raspy and soulful Janis Joplin, the sweet-voiced folk singer Jewel, and the belting rocker Melissa Ethridge.
Alice moved to California not even a year ago to pursue a music career, and she uses influences from all angles of life to craft her songs. Her listeners, in turn, say they can’t help but relate to the stories she tells. Her move to California, as well as the new people she has met, have helped her to hone her style and voice. Alice loves every second of living in southern California, and is making the most of living in a place that embodies entertainment like no other.
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