Colter Wall’s music is about as western as it comes, and it’ll have you feeling like you’re herding cattle out in Montana like it’s 1883.
And at just 26 years old, his old school sound has been perfected beyond his years, with a vocal tone that’s just impossible to match. Aside from his own tunes, the man has all the cred possible to cover some of the greatest old school classics that went before him.
For example, Charley Pride’s iconic song, “Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone,” off of his 1970 album, Charley Pride’s 10th Album.
Originally written by Glenn Martin and Dave Kirby, Pride’s manager, Jack D. Johnson reworked the song a bit to better suit Charley, and it went on to become his 3rd-career #1 hit single.
The song was later recorded by Nancy Sinatra, Doug Sahm, and more, but Wall’s cover is damn near close to perfection.