Songs Blossom in Wallace’s Winter Left A Rose



Kerry Wallace’s latest offering, Winter Left a Rose, is an authentic blend of traditional country music with hints of folk – all served on her back porch.

“There’s a certain magic that comes across the stage each time Kerry performs. I see it and the audience loves her!” – Johnny Counterfit | Comedian – Impressionist

(RIVERTON, WYOMING, U.S.A.) March 21st, 2015 – Kerry Wallace writes and performs a rare brand of real country music – yet has also lived it! In Wyoming’s ‘Cattle Country,’ she has spent many nights camped out on the range, playing guitar and writing songs – (when not working.) It’s within this setting Wallace’s latest offering took root. Eleven songs blossom on her new CD entitled, Winter Left a Rose.

Kerry explains her inspiration, “I stopped to rest my horse on the trail. I looked around and in the melting snow and noticed a tiny rose rising into the early spring sun. With that vision, I created this album.”

Stylistically, Winter Left a Rose is a blend of Kerry’s authentic country music with hints of Americana and folk. Kerry defines her sound as, “Made from scratch, home-cooked music, all served right off of my back porch.”

The offerings on the Winter Left a Rose are a mix of newly written originals by Wallace – as well as previously unreleased compositions from other songwriters. The key tracks penned by Kerry include, “Winter Left a Rose,” “Memories of Mama,” and “An Old Picture Show.” Kerry also plans to release “If You Want to Change My Mind,” a new tune written by Nashville’s Bob Dellaposta. Just a few of the covers featured on Winter Left a Rose include Tom T. Hall and Dixie Hall’s, “Local Flowers,” and Mary Chapin Carpenter’s “Halley Came to Jackson.”

In support of the album, Wallace has performances slated at various spring and summer festivals with her band, Bluesage and Lace. The first of these is the Floretta Harter Memorial Bluegrass Festival, which runs from May 29th through May 31st. On June 26th through June 28th, Kerry will perform at the Black Hills Bluegrass Festival with special guest, renowned fiddler Isaac Callendar. She will round out her gigs with an appearance at the Fremont County Fair in Riverton, Wyoming performing from July 29th through August 1st. Kerry Wallace has been busy this past winter! She often says, “Life is all about taking time to take the trails.” As springtime hits, Kerry’s fans are discovering eleven new “tracks” in the melting snow – and that indeed… “Winter Left a Rose.”

Kerry Wallace Management
Nicole Gerace

Winter Left a Rose is a blend of Kerry’s authentic country music with hints of Americana and folk.

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