Wallace is currently in the studio working on a new album set for release in summer of 2018.
SavingCountryMusic.com said Wallace's first single from the forthcoming album, Echo Canyon, “creates the perfect setting and environment for Alice Wallace to showcase why she’s one of the most unheralded singers in independent country/Americana.” The song paints a picture of the barren landscape of the southwest, using the oft-forgotten technique of the country yodel to mimic the cries of a coyote.
Recently named Female Vocalist of the Year at the first annual California Country Awards, Wallace has been garnering accolades for her vocals and songwriting for the last few years. The LA Music Critic Awards recognized her with awards for Best Country/Americana album in 2015 for her California Country Records release Memories, Music & Pride
, as well as Best Country/Americana artist and Best Official Video (Female) in 2016.
Since diving into music full-time in 2013, Wallace plays close to 200 shows a year across the U.S. 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.