Colter Wall

A relatively new face on the Saskatchewan country/roots music scene, Colter Wall has been garnering a fair bit of attention both in his home province and south of the border. The other day, in fact, Wall played at opening set at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville in support of American roots legend Lucinda Williams.

Twenty-one years old, Wall thus far only has one EP to his credit, Imaginary Appalachia, released in 2015. But he’ll likely be adding to his recording output soon.

If you want to check Wall out, he’s playing two sets at Shannon’s Pub at 2118 Robinson St. in the Cathedral area on Saturday May 14. And to give you a sense of what his sound is like, here’s video of him performing a song of his called “The Devil Wears A Suit And Tie”

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