Colter Wall is out with a single, "Cowpoke," the Stan Jones cowboy tune from his upcoming third album, "Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs."
Wall, who hails from Saskatchewan, Canada, produced the new disc after his first two were helmed by Dave Cobb.
Wall just released a live performance video as part of a new series he calls "The Bunkhouse Sessions." The video for the first song, "I Ride an Old Paint/Leavin' Cheyenne," was shot in a bunkhouse on the ranch of Wall's friend and actor, Beau Smith. Wall listed this video as "Episode 1" on his social media accounts, promising more to come from the Western singer and his label, La Honda Records.
The whiskey-soak voiced Wall has a more traditional country sound with echoes of cowboy music.
You may not expect the young son of a Canadian premier, the head of government for a province or territory, to also be a gritty singer/songwriter and one of the most promising new voices in folk and country music, but that's exactly what you get in Colter Wall.
The 22-year-old troubadour from Saskatchewan, who also happens to be the son of that province's premier, Brad Wall, is turning heads with his eponymous and independently released new album - a collection that pays homage to some ...