Colter Wall confirms 2018 headline tour

NEW YORK, Ny. (Dec. 12, 2017) – Colter Wall will embark on his largest headline tour to date in 2018 including shows at Knoxville’s Bijou Theater, Washington D.C.’s U Street Music Hall, New York’s Bowery Ballroom, Dallas’ Club Dada, San Francisco’s The Independent and Seattle’s Neumos among many others.

Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale this Friday, Dec. 15 at 10:00 a.m. local time.

The tour follows a breakout year for Wall, which included over 40 sold out shows and saw the release of his acclaimed self-titled debut album. The record—produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb—landed on “Best of 2017” lists at Rolling Stone, Paste and UPROXX, who praised, “…this self-titled slow burner is surprisingly fresh, full of existential dread and gorgeous, meandering melodies that occasionally whip themselves up into frenzies. For all your friends who declare pop has cannibalized country, play Colter Wall for them, and watch them slip back into the outlaw past with glee.”

Recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A, the album features Wall on vocals and acoustic guitar, Cobb on acoustic guitar, Chris Powell (Brent Cobb, Jamey Johnson) on drums, Robbie Turner (Waylon Jennings, Chris Stapleton) on pedal steel and Mike Webb (Southern Family) on piano.

A native of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, Wall’s sound is comprised of resonate and raw baritone vocals, folk and bluegrass style guitar and banjo picking, steady kick-drum stomping, and visually provoking, storytelling lyrics. Since debuting in 2015 with the release of his EP, “Imaginary Appalachia,” Wall has received overwhelming acclaim—Steve Earle declares, “Colter Wall is bar-none the best young singer-songwriter I’ve seen in twenty years,” while Rick Rubin, who recently signed Wall to his American Songs publishing company, proclaims, “Colter sings and writes songs in ways seemingly lost in time. There is an agelessness about him so unusual in someone so young.”


  1. Thirteen Silver Dollars (Colter Wall)
  2. Codeine Dream (Colter Wall)
  3. Me and Big Dave (Colter Wall)
  4. Motorcycle (Colter Wall)
  5. Kate McCannon (Colter Wall)
  6. W.B.’s Talkin (Colter Wall)
  7. Snake Mountain Blues (Townes Van Zandt)
  8. You Look To Yours (Colter Wall)
  9. Transcendent Ramblin’ Railroad Blues (Colter Wall)
  10. Fraulein (feat. Tyler Childers, traditional folk song)
  11. Bald Butte (Colter Wall)


  • Dec. 12—Calgary, Canada—Commonwealth Bar (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 14—Boise, Id.—Neurolux
  • Dec. 15—Salt Lake City, Ut.—Urban Lounge (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 16—Denver, Co.—Larimer Lounge (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 17—Denver, Co.—Larimer Lounge (SOLD-OUT)
  • Jan. 12—Pineville, Ky.—Bell Theatre*
  • Jan. 17—Berlin, Germany—Franzz Club
  • Jan. 18—Cologne, Germany—Yuca
  • Jan. 19—Hamburg, Germany—Prinzenbar
  • Jan. 21—Kristianstad, Sweden—Kulturkvarteret
  • Jan. 23—Stockholm, Sweden—Bryggarsalen
  • Jan. 24—Oslo, Norway—John Dee
  • Jan. 25—Goteborg, Sweden—Pustervik
  • Jan. 27—Copenhagen, Denmark—Vega
  • Jan. 28—Groningen, Netherlands—Oosterpoort Binnenzaal
  • Jan. 29—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Paradiso
  • Jan. 31—Milano, Italy—Legend Club
  • Feb. 2—Leeds, U.K.—The Wardrobe
  • Feb. 3—Glasgow, U.K.—Tron Theatre
  • Feb. 4—Manchester, U.K.—The Deaf Institute
  • Feb. 6—London, U.K.—Bush Hall
  • Feb. 7—Brighton, U.K. —Green Door Store
  • Feb. 8—Madrid, Spain—Sala La Sala Live
  • Feb. 9—Barcelona, Spain—Rocksound
  • March 8—West Columbia, Sc.—New Brookland Tavern
  • March 9—Charleston, Sc.—The Royal American
  • March 10—Savannah, Ga.—Savannah Stopover Music Festival
  • March 12—Tupelo, Ms.—Blue Canoe
  • March 21—Oklahoma City, Ok.—Tower Studio
  • March 23—Des Moines, Ia.—Vaudeville Mews
  • March 24—Columbia, Mo.—Rose Music Hall
  • March 27—Minneapolis, Mn.—Fine Line Music Café
  • March 28—Milwaukee, Wi.—The Backroom @ Colectivo Coffee
  • March 29—Davenport, Ia.—The Raccoon Motel
  • March 30—Indianapolis, In.—Hi-Fi Indianapolis
  • March 31—Detroit, Mi.—El Club
  • April 4—Knoxville, Tn.—Bijou Theater
  • April 6—Charlottesville, Va.—The Southern
  • April 7—Washington, D.C.—U Street Music Hall
  • April 11—New York, Ny.—Bowery Ballroom
  • April 14—South Burlington, Vt.—Higher Ground Ballroom
  • April 15—Cambridge, Ma.—The Sinclair
  • April 20—Dallas, Tx.—Club Dada
  • April 21—Dale, Tx.—Old Settler’s Music Festival
  • April 22—Houston, Tx.—White Oak Music Hall Upstairs
  • April 25—Englewood, Co.—Gothic Theatre
  • April 27—Phoenix, Az.—The Crescent Ballroom
  • April 29—Indio, Ca.—Stagecoach Music Festival
  • April 30—Los Angeles, Ca.—The Roxy Theatre†
  • May 2—San Francisco, Ca.—The Independent
  • May 4—Portland, Or.—Wonder Ballroom
  • May 5—Seattle, Wa.—Neumos
  • May 23––Nashville, Tn.––Ryman Auditorium+

*co-headline with John Moreland
†with Paul Cauthen and Josh Hedley
+with Margo Price

Colter Wall. Photo by Melissa Stilwell

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