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First Name : Colterwallmerch
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By all measures and prognostications, Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Colter Wall's lonesome prairie songs should appeal only to a small audience of cowboys (real or wannabe) and their devoted fans. But his laconic delivery and traditional arrangements have carved him an oddly specific niche in country music, where he's become the cowboy poet of this generation.

His newest release Little Songs confirms that conviction, as the songs conjure the vast plains and tense rodeo camps that define his corner of Canada's culture. The album also boasts some finely crafted studio takes, such as a waltz-tempo cover of Stan Jones' "Cowpoke" featuring lonesome harmonica and yodels that hit just the right note.

Despite shedding the Dave Cobb production of his last two albums for one with more live vibes, it's clear that Wall is still working to find an organically modern way to present traditional cowboy themes to a contemporary audience. He does so with such authenticity and care that they're not just relics of the past but vital ingredients of country music.

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Whether you’re a fan of country, rock or folk music, there is something to love about Colter Wall’s narrative songwriting and deep, rugged baritone. His music reflects the path of his life, from the legendary country artists who inspired him to play guitar to the blues and folk bands that shaped his musical path. Mom jeans are the undisputed Goldilocks of denim—not too wide, not too tight and just right for everyday wear.

Despite the fact that Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Vol 1 produced a number of instantly famous looks, none have stood the test of time like The Bride’s yellow tracksuit with black stripes and her Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 sneakers. These kicks are still as recognizable today as they were when Thurman showed up at a Tokyo restaurant to duke it out with Yakuza boss O-Ren Ishii. Now you can own your very own pair of Colter Wall’s classic sneaker style.


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