Videos

These video archives contain shows
from as far back as the 1990's and up to the present.
A galaxy of talented performers has sung Chris Wallace songs during that time.





Les Femmes
5+ min Promo

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The Mark Twain You Don't Know
Two-hour one-man show produced by Olentangy Music

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Tall Poppy Blues - Promo Title 1
Words and Music by Chris Wallace

Trades Hall – Melbourne, May 2011
Sung by Chris Wallace
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Tall Poppy Blues
Words and Music by Chris Wallace

Trades Hall – Melbourne, October 2011
Sung by Chris Wallace
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Deeper (From Tall Poppy Blues)
Words and Music by Chris Wallace

Trades Hall – Melbourne, October 2011
Sung by Chris Wallace
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A Fair Dinkum Aussie (From Tall Poppy Blues)
Words and Music by Chris Wallace

Trades Hall – Melbourne, October 2011
Sung by Amelia Ryan, Sarahlouise Younger, Ed Deganos, Karlis Zaid, Chris Wallace
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Nothing to Wear
Book, Music and Lyrics by Chris Wallace

Starring Bob Hornery
Performed at Fairfax Studio Theatre, Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne
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Story & Song
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Maybe It’s You was suggested to him by Liza Minnelli when he was running with a hot crowd in New York. The story is terrific. But then, so is the story behind I Like to Strip or Plant That Weed. How did The Fonz figure into It’s the Proper Word? Six of Wallace’s songs will be featured in this hour-long presentation, followed by performances either live or on video. Even the songs you may be familiar with will take on a new meaning after you’ve heard the stories. Ever wonder how The Ping Pong Song came to be?

By the time it’s finished, you may well join the chorus that asks, “Who is this guy?”
If you want to hear some stories without songs, click on the five interviews below.











Story & Song is ultimately destined to be an online series.

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