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Colter Wall

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June 27, 1995 (28)

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Colter Wall is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and musician, renowned for his deep, gruff baritone and narrative songwriting style. His music, which encompasses country, folk, and western genres, has garnered significant acclaim. Wall released his debut EP “Imaginary Appalachia” in June 2015, followed by his self-titled debut album in May 2017. His subsequent albums include “Songs of the Plains” (October 2018) and “Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs” (August 2020). His fourth album, “Little Songs,” was released in July 2023.

Wall’s career began with the release of his EP “Imaginary Appalachia,” which featured a blend of blues, folk, and Americana influences. His first single, “The Devil Wears a Suit and Tie,” gained popularity, especially after being mentioned by professional wrestler Brock Lesnar in an interview. Wall’s music has been featured in various films and television shows, including “Hell or High Water,” “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” and the Netflix series “Peripherie.” His first full-length album, “Colter Wall,” produced by Dave Cobb, included autobiographical songs and was followed by “Songs of the Plains,” showcasing his connection to his Canadian roots. His third album, “Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs,” continued to reflect his unique blend of country and western styles.

Wall has collaborated with several artists and producers, enhancing his musical journey. He worked with producer Jason Plumb on his EP and with Dave Cobb on his debut album. His collaborations with artists from Regina, such as Belle Plaine and The Dead South, have been instrumental in his early career. Wall’s music has also been featured in the Paramount series “Yellowstone,” including his renditions of classics like Rex Allen’s “Cowpoke” and his own songs “Plain to See Plainsman” and “Sleeping on the Blacktop.”