Sat, Oct 10|
Lamar Senior Activity Center
Alice Wallace & Andrew Delaney
Wallace is California Country Awards Female Vocalist of the year in 2017. Award winning Delaney has been named "The Alfred Hitchcock of singer/songwriters" by DJ Rich Warren of WFMT Radio in Chicago. Tickets: $17 in advance/ $22 day of the show (includes taxes and fees)
Time & Location
Oct 10, 2020, 7:00 PM
Lamar Senior Activity Center, 2874 Shoal Crest Ave, Austin, TX 78705, USA
About the Event
Allice Wallace' 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. Wallace was named 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the first annual California Country Awards, and played an official showcase at the Americana Music Festival in 2017. 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.
Andrew Delaney of Arlington, TX has been an unorthodox voice in the songwriter scene for a decade now. In that time, he has self-released nine full-length albums, won numerous accolades for his writing, and had his songs recorded and performed by artists all over the United States. He is a consummate storyteller, often hilarious and heavy in the same breath. Delaney’s ability to entertain even while speaking on the darkest of subjects led Rich Warren of WFMT Radio, Chicago to call him “The Alfred Hitchcock of singer/songwriters.”
Delaney continues to build his reputation in the folk world with his selection to the 2018 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival’s Emerging Artist Showcase. His past accomplishments include: winning the 2017 Songwriter Serenade; performing as a finalist in the 2017 Rocky Mountain Song Contest at the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival; being named an Official Selection at the 2017 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, OR for his music video directorial debut “Howard”; and playing the main stage at the Kerrville Folk Festival in 2016 after being a finalist in the famed Kerrville New Folk Competition in 2015, 2013, and 2010.
Advanced tickets $17; $22 the day of the show (includes taxes & fees)