Ask your #womancrushwednesday with Lawnie Wallace

This week’s #WCW is Canadian country sensation Lawnie Wallace.

No stranger to the stage, Wallace began her career at age 7 when she sang a song she wrote called The Trees are Green at a benefit concert in Barrie. By the age of 18, Lawnie scored a major recording deal and released her debut album,Thought I Was Dreamingleading to a cross Canadian tour and airplay on Country Music Television (CMT)! After a ten year hiatus from the music industry Wallace is back with a brand new album,the aptly titled The Lost Years that we just can’t wait to hear. And since Wallace spent years teaching students about music, we figured she’d be able to teach us and our readers a thing or two about romance. Check out her answers below!.

What is your ideal date?

My ideal date would be something fun, upbeat and spontaneous. I like to be surprised so an ideal date would be something out of the box.

What’s your instant deal breaker?

My instant deal breaker is a when a man is cheap and tries to nickel and dime the moment.

Who do you go to for dating advice?

I don’t really ask for dating advice from anyone because every relationship is unique. No one can tell me what I should do in my relationship.

What is your definition of romance?

My definition of romance is looking into each other’s eyes and connecting. The eyes are the gate way to the soul.

Describe the best date you’ve ever been on?

The best date I’ve ever been on was when my man took me for a ride on his motorcycle… He did a wheelie with me on the back.

 

For more information visit:
http://lawniewallace.com

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/lawniewallace.singer.songwriter

Twitter:
@LawnieWallace

Instagram:

@Lawnie_Wallace

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Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly is a Toronto based writer with a serious addiction to music. Corporate drone by day, renegade rocker by night, writing is her creative outlet. Nadia has written for the Examiner (.com) on live music in Toronto and Indie Music in Canada, and was a weekly columnist for Don't Believe a Word I Say. She has never been in a band but plays an awesome air guitar and also the tambourine. Nadia is the co-founder, Managing Editor and resident Music lover (and editor) for Addicted.
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