Eleven year old Wallace Foutch III (in 2013) has been amazing audiences with his singing talent and perfect pitch since he was 5 years old. Demonstrating a knack to make classic songs all his own, Wallace now often leads on stage, whether behind the microphone, drums or keyboards. Also writing his own material to supplement his growing repertoire of Beatles, classic rock, and current pop cover tunes, Wallace's catchy original compositions are set for release, including “Woman Power,” “I’m Talkin’” and “You Left Me Alone.”
Wallace has performed on TV and at Disney. You can follow this talented young man on the web and on facebook as “Wallace Sings.” https://www.facebook.com/wallacesings
Wallace is from North Carolina and began playing drums and singing at a young age, and by 3 years old could play the entire drum part to the Rolling Stones "Honky Tonk Women" and "Smoke on the Water" among other classic rock staples. He developed a knack to memorize all the lyrics to whatever he was hearing before he could even read. The Beatles became his favorite inspiration, and Wallace quickly learned to sing much of there considerable body of work, including everything from "I Want to Hold Your Hand" to "Hey Jude." Wallace made is first public appearance at age 5, performing and playing drums to "We're An American Band." Wallace steadily has built an over 30 song play set and performs at various restaurants and events. In June 2011, he was invited to perform at the Beatles Tribute Festival at the Knight's Theater in Charlotte. Wallace writes and performs his own songs to supplement his growing repertoire of cover songs. His original compositions demonstrate a sophisticated grasp of matters of the heart, such as "You Left Me Alone" and "Your Love Ain't Right for Me." But also his songs tackle univeral kid thems, such as "I'm Talkin' " or just fun tunes, like "Woman Power." Wallace recently recorded several of his songs and released his first CD in the summer of 2012. He also sings the national athem at sporting events, including Davidson College and Charlotte Knights.
Wallace Foutch II (guitar & vocals), Ryan Little (drums), Wallace Foutch III (keyboard, drums, harmonica, vocals), Aubrey Luther Barnes (keyboard & vocals).