Colter Wall Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Colter Wall is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and musician acclaimed for his resonant baritone and storytelling songwriting, blending country, folk, and western styles. His eponymous debut album was released in May 2017, followed by his second album “Songs of the Plains” in October 2018. In August 2020, he released his third album, “Western Swing and Waltzes, and Other Punchy Songs.”

Born on June 27, 1995, in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, Colter Wall is the son of Tami Kilda Wall and politician Brad Wall, who served as the 14th premier of Saskatchewan. He has an older sister named Megan and a younger sister named Faith.

Colter attended Swift Current Comprehensive High School, graduating in 2013, before pursuing further education at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. While a student, he recorded demos of his songs, and in 2015, he decided to take a hiatus from his studies to focus on his music career after the release of his notable EP.

NameColter Wall
Net Worth$4 million
OccupationSinger, Songwriter, Guitarist
Age27 years

Colter Wall collaborated with Jason Plumb as producer to record a seven-song EP titled “Imaginary Appalachia” in 2015 at Studio One in Regina, Saskatchewan. He collaborated with other artists from Regina, including Belle Plaine and The Dead South, on this EP.

Describing his music as a blend of blues, folk, and American folklore, Wall released the EP on March 9, 2015, with “Devil Wears a Suit and Tie” as the standout single. His music gained attention in late 2015 when professional wrestler Brock Lesnar mentioned him as a favorite artist during an interview with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

Tracks from the EP were featured in the TV show Dog the Bounty Hunter and the films Hell or High Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The track used in the latter film, “Sleeping on the Blacktop,” garnered over 1 million streams on Spotify. In 2016, Wall opened for Lucinda Williams at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and was signed to Rick Rubin’s American Songs publishing company.

His eponymous full-length album, “Colter Wall,” produced by Dave Cobb at RCA Studio A in Nashville, was released on May 12, 2017. Wall was joined by Cobb on acoustic guitar, Chris Powell on drums, Mike Webb on piano, and Robby Turner on pedal steel. The album, which Wall describes as mostly autobiographical, received critical acclaim.

His second album, “Songs of the Plains,” was announced in July 2018 and released on October 12, 2018. In June 2020, Wall announced his third album, “Western Swing and Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs,” for release on August 28, 2020, under the independent label La Honda Records.

Three of Wall’s songs are featured in the fourth season of the Paramount series Yellowstone, including a cover of Rex Allen’s 1951 classic “The Cowboy,” as well as Wall’s own tracks “High Plains” and “Sleeping on the Blacktop.”

Growing up, Wall was exposed to country music, including artists like Johnny Cash, and started learning guitar at age 13. He later became interested in blues and folk music and drew inspiration from artists like Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott.

As of now, Colter Wall is single and not married. His net worth is estimated to be around $4 million, primarily from his career as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He leads a comfortable lifestyle, enjoying luxury trips and possessions, establishing himself as one of the wealthiest country singers in Canada.

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