There are few artists out there who can play, sing and write like Colter Wall.
A prairie-born songwriter from Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Wall has evoked visceral reactions from industry veterans, his musical heroes and peers, as well as a loyal and quickly-growing grassroots fan base. His signature baritone vocal is paired with sparse, beautiful old-soul song writing inspired by artists like Townes Van Zandt, Blaze Foley, Emmylou Harris & Waylon Jennings. Last year, the 23-year-old musician was named one of the “10 Country Artists to Watch” by Rolling Stone.
Wall’s records are starkly elegant - twanging guitar, dampened percussion and bass, and the occasional pedal steel. His ace in the hole is his show-stopping voice - a resonant, husky baritone, wounded and vulnerable.
Colter will be joined by his full band, The Scary Prairie Boys.