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Colter Wall Hoodies

This Official Colter Wall Little Songs Album Shirt is made from quick-drying, ring spun combed cotton for comfort. It features a double lined hood and banded cuffs to keep out the cold. It’s perfect for everyday wear and brings a simple style to your look.

With his lonesome prairie songs and laconic nature, Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Colter Wall has carved out a weird little niche in country music. His music celebrates the life of a cowboy, real or wannabe, and draws on stories from his home on the plains. His new album, Little Songs, continues the journey.

Wall’s deep, rugged baritone and narrative songwriting have earned him a loyal following. His upcoming tour will see him play shows across the United States in October and November. He will be joined by special guest Red Shahan. This is a great chance to catch the rising star live in action! Tickets go on sale April 26. He’ll also be performing at the prestigious Grand Ole Opry in Nashville later this year.


At a time when a back-to-basics movement has swept through country music, Saskatchewan's Colter Wall has been forging a distinct path. Backed by a sparse and acoustic band, his songs have a curious, world-weary resonance that reflects the lonesome prairies of his home province. His laconic individualism and traditional arrangements should have the cowboys (both real and wannabe) flocking to his frill-free sets.

On Little Songs, he moves away from the Dave Cobb production of his first two albums to record at Yellowdog Studios in Wimberly, Texas. The ten tracks are still full of his characteristic narrative flair, but there's an unmistakable sense of confidence to them that suggests that the stories Wall tells have a hefty dose of wisdom beyond his years. Whether he's singing about the pitfalls of a love-gone-wrong in "Kate McCannon" or a life spent corralling cattle on the open range in "Prairie Evening/Sagebrush Waltz," the music has an authenticity that's almost hallucinogenic.


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