“…the kind of crisp but classic country-pop that has all but vanished from Nashville but guarantees the album a welcome spot in the libraries of any Rosanne Cash, Mary Chapin Carpenter or Patty Loveless fan. That said, fans who prefer their country music come from a dance hall rather than a coffeehouse will be rewarded handsomely with “You Don’t Live Here Anymore,” “Bring You Down” and “I’ve Been Blind” as well.” – HOUSTON PRESS (CHRIS GRAY)
Andrew Delaney is an unorthodox songwriter, storyteller, and producer from Arlington, TX. Born to a Chinese-American family, Andrew grew up as a suburban goth kid and his songs are informed as much by the lyrics-as-literature styles of Tom Waits and James McMurtry as they are by the camp and audacity of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Legendary folk DJ Rich Warren once called him “The Alfred Hitchcock of singer/songwriters”.
With a voice called “a powerful natural occurrence” by Saving Country Music, Americana artist Alice Wallace is getting prepared to release a highly anticipated new solo record to feature the many songs she’s written since moving from her longtime home in California to Nashville four years ago. This new batch of songs (produced by revered Nashville session drummer and producer Nick Buda) put on full display the power of Alice’s songwriting and vocal prowess that have earned her the title of Female Vocalist of the Year by the California Country Awards (2017) and a nod from Rolling Stone Country that named the title track of her last record one of the Best Americana Songs to Hear Now. Her vocal style draws influence from iconic voices ranging from Linda Ronstadt to Patsy Cline, not to mention keeping the country yodel alive with inspiration from classic artists like Patsy Montana and Don Walser.