Colter Wall will co-headline The Roxy with Paul Cauthen and Josh Hedley on April 30th. Wall will also be appearing April 29th at the Stagecoach Music Festival in Indio.
Colter Wall is set to embark on his largest tour to date to support his critically-acclaimed self-titled debut album. Tickets for tour shows go on this Friday at 10am 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.”
Check out Colter Wall’s video for “Kate McCannon” below:
Charleston, South Carolina band SUSTO stops by The Roxy in West Hollywood tomorrow night, Friday, December 8th. The band will perform music from their latest album & I’m Fine Today which was released earlier this year.
Is this the type of music that Spotify is categorizing as “Stomp and Holler?” Maybe. You tell me.
Sponsored by Sam Calagione and the Dogfish Head crew, Extreme Beer Fest invites the most creative brewers around to join the celebration of boundary-pushing brewing. The event is hosted by BeerAdvocate.
Josh Ritter is headed back to LA to perform songs of his lastest (ninth) album “Gathering.” He will appear at the Teragram Ballroom on Wednesday, January 17th.
“In short, Josh Ritter remains at the top of his game two decades into a highlight-strewn career. He’d be forgiven for loosening his grip, but his hand has never felt surer” and The Huffington Post, adding, “Gathering is beautiful and precise, and most of the beauty, to be certain, arises from a prolonged, often intimate contemplation of Ritter’s enormous skill set as an honest bard.” – NPR Music
Check out “When Will I Be Changed” (feat. Bob Weir)