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4.9 out of 5
74 Ratings
74 Ratings
Ba$$hunter

INSTANT FAN!!!

One of the best new artist by far! The way country and folk music used to be and should be! Can't wait for more songs! Hits you deep in your soul. Is that Childers on Fraulein? Tyler Childers & Colter Wall on same song?!?! Wow! Need more duets with these two for sure!

Applejuice210

Buy this ! He's soooo underrated

I've been waiting on this album for months. His previous self release "imaginary Appalachia " was an amazing record and I knew this would be also. He's such an old soul and a talented guitarist/singer. If you like songs that tell stories and great melodies with a nod to Johnny cash, buy this album

HuntersHoller

A rare treat!

His music, his sound, his voice, it’s a rare treat to not only country music, but music in general. I never write reviews, but with this discovery, how could I not say something. I hope many others might read this and feel the way I do right now, and that is I came across a true find. Thank you Colter.

About Colter Wall

A singer/songwriter whose work is a literate but rough-hewn variation on classic country styles, Colter Wall was born and raised in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1996. Wall first picked up the guitar when he was 12 years old, and by the time he was 13, he'd decided he wanted to make music his career. Initially, Wall played in local rock bands, but as he dug deeper into rock history, he developed an interest in the gritty, traditional sounds of blues and Appalachian country, and his ambitions moved from playing lead guitar to songwriting. In time, Wall shifted from playing with a rock band to solo gigs focusing on his country-accented material, and he struck up a friendship with the members of the Saskatchewan roots music outfit the Dead South, who took him on the road as their opening act. Producer Jason Plumb and the indie label Young Mary's Record Company were struck by Wall's talent as a performer and songwriter, and took him into the studio to cut an EP. Released in 2015, Imaginary Appalachia earned enthusiastic reviews on both sides of the Canadian/U.S. border, and earned him some influential friends, including Lucinda Williams (who invited Wall to open a show for her at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium), Rick Rubin (who signed him to a publishing deal), and Steve Earle (who said "Colter Wall is bar none the best young singer/songwriter I've seen in 20 years"). Wall's first full-length album, a self-titled effort, was released in March 2017; produced by Dave Cobb, it was recorded in RCA's famed Studio A in Nashville. ~ Mark Deming

HOMETOWN
Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Cana
BORN
1996

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