Chris Wallace (musician)

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Chris Wallace
Chris Wallace performing with The White Tie Affair at the Chicago House of Blues in November 2009
Background information
Birth nameChristopher Alan Wallace
Born (1982-03-22) March 22, 1982 (age 36)
OriginHebron, Indiana, United States
Occupation(s)Musician, vocalist, songwriter, producer
Years active2006 – present
LabelsThinkSay Records (2012–2015)

Chris Wallace (born March 22, 1982) is an American singer, songwriter, and producer. He was prominently known as the former lead vocalist and front man of the American pop rock band The White Tie Affair. Wallace has released one album, Push Rewind in 2012. In 2016, Wallace signed a songwriting contract with Pulse Music Group.[1][2]

Solo career[edit]

On July 10, 2012, Wallace released his first solo single, "Remember When (Push Rewind)", a month after The White Tie Affair broke up. The song has appeared on several major pop radio stations. His music video for the single premiered on MTV Buzzworthy. [3] The song is about looking back and wanting to relive your past. He said in an interview, that the underlying message of the song is positive in that "Even if things don’t work out and I can’t change them, I’m still glad it happened. And the worst case scenario is that you learn a lesson.” [4]

On August 23, 2012, Chris tweeted that his first solo album, Push Rewind, would be available on iTunes on September 4. On September 4, 2012, his debut solo album was released via ThinkSay Records.



Album Title Album details
Push Rewind
  • Released: September 4, 2012
  • Label: ThinkSay Records
  • Formats: Digital download


List of singles by title, year and peak chart positions, and album
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US US Pop US Heat
"Remember When (Push Rewind)" 2012 102 24 13 Push Rewind
"Keep Me Crazy" 2013 33
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or receive certification.

Select songwriting/production discography[edit]

Year Artist Album Song Co-written with Production credit
2017 Sheppard Coming Home (single) "Coming Home" Matt Radosevich, Jason Bovino, Amy Sheppard, George Sheppard Co-Producer
2017 Jez Dior Late Night (single) "Late Night" Matt Radosevich, Jez Dior, Carlton Mahone, Rodney Terry, Jonathon Smith Co-Producer
2017 Jez Dior 2 Birds (single) "2 Birds" Matt Radosevich, Jez Dior Co-Producer
2017 Jez Dior Sober (single) "Sober" Matt Radosevich, Jez Dior Co-Producer
2017 Jez Dior No More Tears (single) "No More Tears" Matt Radosevich, Jez Dior Co-Producer
2017 Lost Kings ft. Ally Brooke & ASAP Ferg Look at Us Now (single) "Look at Us Now"[5] ASAP Ferg, Jesse Thomas, Big Taste, Lost Kings, Caroline Smith
2017 The Vamps (with Martin Jensen) Night & Day "Middle of the Night" Matt Radosevich, Ed Drewett, Steve James, Martin Jensen, Anders Christensen Additional Production
2014 R5 Heart Made Up on You "Easy Love"[6] Matt Radosevich, Andy Grammer, R5
2013 The Summer Set Legendary "Happy For You" Matt Radosevich, The Summer Set
2012 Chris Wallace Push Rewind "Remember When (Push Rewind)" Matt Radosevich
"Keep Me Crazy" Matt Radosevich, Mick Coogan
"Hurricane" Matt Radosevich, Ryan Ogren, Nick Bailey
"Don't Mind If I Do" Matt Radosevich, Mick Coogan
"Best Mistake" Dan Book, Alexei Misoul
"I'll Be There" Ryan Ogren, Nick Bailey
"Time Bomb (Walk Away)" Matt Radosevich, Ryan Ogren
"Invincible" none
"Ready To Fall" Barrett Yeretsian
"Do It All Again" John Fields
2011 Queensberry Chapter 3 "Timeless" Ryan Ogren, Nick Bailey
2010 The White Tie Affair You Look Better When I'm Drunk (Single) "You Look Better When I'm Drunk" Sean Patwell, Ben "B-Roc" Ruttner, James "Mr. JPatt" Patterson
2008 The White Tie Affair Walk This Way "Allow Me to Introduce Myself…Mr. Right" Andrew Kines
"The Letdown" Sean Patwell
"Candle (Sick and Tired)" Sean Patwell, Scott Cutler, Anne Preven
"Scene Change" Sean Patwell
"Watching You" Sean Patwell
"The Enemy" Sean Patwell
"Take It Home" Sean Patwell, Sam Hollander, Dave Katz
"Price of Company" Sean Patwell
"If I Fall" Sean Patwell
"The Way Down" Sean Patwell, Scott Cutler, Anne Preven


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  3. ^ "New Artist Feature: Chris Wallace". BSCkids. August 8, 2012.
  4. ^ "Chris Wallace interview: pop singer talks "Remember When" and more". Beatweek Magazine. June 8, 2012.
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  6. ^ "Chris Wallace on Twitter".

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