Colter Wall

Still riding high on the release of his brand new album Little Songs, beloved Canadian songsmith Colter Wall has given his ever-loyal fanbase even more to be excited about. Beginning October 11th, Wall and his band will hit the road for ten rare, on-stage appearances over the last few months of 2023.

Beloved Western Canadian songwriter Colter Wall released his new LP, Little Songs, today via his longtime label home La Honda Records in a new joint venture with RCA Records. Blending wit and jest with more serious topics—depression and hardships surrounding Wall’s rural community are common threads throughout Little Songs—Wall puts on a masterclass of making music that gives those who need it a chance to smile.

“You got to fill the big empty with little songs,” sings Colter Wall in the chorus of his latest single, “Little Songs.” Like a lot of his upcoming LP of the same name, Wall’s “Little Songs” takes a clever and jovial approach to a unique social commentary—that of his rural surroundings in the Canadian West and the day-to-day difficulties faced by the region’s agricultural communities.

If his latest release, “Corralling The Blues,” was a glimpse into the hard times surrounding rural, agricultural communities, then Colter Wall’s new single “For A Long While” is the other side of the coin, laying out exactly what brings a smile to the beloved ranch hand’s face. A prairie ode to a great guitar, a timeless song, rest after a hard day’s work, and a perpetual itch to roam, “For A Long While” plays out like a quartet of vignettes punctuated by breezy harmonica and slide guitar melodies; upbeat and steady.

Colter Wall prevails his songwriting with tough-times emotion with his latest single, “Corralling the Blues.” Wall sings about depression and its largely unaddressed presence in agricultural communities and individuals with such charm that it's easy to miss just how down-and-out the song’s leading character has become. “I might get to thinking that I might could quit drinking, but then what else is there to do?” sings Wall.

“Tequila won't get you across that desert / To Evangelina in old Mexico,” sings the rich Canadian baritone of Colter Wall in his brand new tune, “Evangelina.” The song, originally written and recorded by Hoyt Axton, paints a thirsty picture of longing and half-laid plans to chase down a lost love; all backed up by a band steeped in the traditional sounds of Wall’s prairie homelands.

AEG Presents is thrilled to announce DUSTY BOOTS live for the first time at Civic Center Park on Saturday, July 1, 2023. DUSTY BOOTS will feature live performances by Colter Wall, Orville Peck, Margo Price, Houndmouth, Futurebirds, Murder By Death, Nick Shoulders, Willi Carlisle, Richy Mitch & The Coal Miners, Casey James Prestwood, Kyle Moon & The Misled, Extra Gold, and Honey Blazer. The venue will feature a GA viewing area as well as a separate VIP viewing area, with the stage located on Bannock St. facing East towards the park.

The iconic legacy of Billy Bob’s Texas lives far beyond the Fort Worth community, having welcomed over 17 million guests from across the globe through its doors. Celebrated as “The World’s Largest Honky Tonk,” Billy Bob’s Texas continues to deliver the hottest concerts and sold-out shows such as Colter Wall on January 13th. There are still tickets available for Ryan Bingham on February 02, however, the second show on February 03 is sold-out.

As much of the world turns a romantic eye to the West—with television shows like Yellowstone driving popular culture toward a fictional depiction of life on the ranch—singer and songwriter Colter Wall continues to  deliver a realistic lens into the West and cowboying, with his distinguished, authentic voice.

Western Canadian songwriter Colter Wall is a weathered baritone that spins narratives on the stage. He sings traditionals known to most, historic reverie, and poignant originals, raising both goosebumps and beers throughout the evening. It's a nostalgic atmosphere and a simple yet colorful experience.

On his third album, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, Wall's 10-track ode to the themes and labors of western life, picks up where his last album left off, with a reverence for his "working cowboy kin."


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