Wallace's Line
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Wallace's Line


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The best kept secret in music


"The Music Lair"

Wallace’s Line

Wallace’s Line, a band that uses music as an extension of life, released "Cole’s Law" (a twist on coleslaw), a classical and jazz-influenced pop song that seems ethereal–juxtaposing various moods, on Dayton After Dark.

"Our latest recording session contains progressive and sophisticated songs with a tight, 21st century sound. For that, we’ve included sound effects like camera clicks and fire engines," said guitarist Kevin Dippold.

The band’s song "Supermodel" will soon be featured on E! TV in May.

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- Leslie Benson


Singles: 'Supermodel' (will appear on E! Entertainment Television in May 2003)
'Cole's Law' (Featured on the Ohio Compilation CD, "Dayton After Dark")

LPs: Wallace's Line has been continuously writing and recording original material from their home studio. To date, Wallace's Line has recorded more than 30 songs.


Feeling a bit camera shy


For 5 years Wallace's Line has been developing their experimental rock sound. In that time, the band has played countless clubs and venues throughout Ohio. Wallace's Line in influenced by the sounds of David Bowie, Nirvana, The Rolling Stones, and Radiohead to name a few.

Wallace's Line is different from other bands because they incorporate jazz, and classical elements into their style of pop rock. Wallace's Line tries to write songs that juxtapose opposite emotions and ideas. For example, Wallace's Line will try to write a happy song about a sad subject, or a song that has the feeling of very fast things in slow motion.

In May 2003, Wallace's Line had the song
'Supermodel' featured on a show called "Fashion Trance" on E! Entertainment Television. The band was also featured on a reality TV show called "The Rock Bands Reality Show" on a Cincinnati TV station.

Wallace's Line has had radio airplay in Australia and Canada, as well locally in Ohio.