Colter Wall Once Turned Down Joe Rogan’s Podcast (The Most Popular In The World) Because He Was Ranching

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Want to know how legit Colter Wall is?

Look no further…

In late 2020, Joe Rogan shared a post to Instagram detailing the fact that Colter Wall is “legit as f-k.”

And while I can’t disagree with the sentiment, the natural question that followed was, “so when is coming on, Joe?”

And then back in November of 2020, when Presidential debates rolled around and people thought Joe should moderate them, he quoted Colter in response:

“Don’t you know the Devil wears a suit and tie
I saw him driving down the sixty one in early July
White as a cotton field
And sharp as a knife
I heard him howlin’ as he passed me by…”

Once again, the question was, “when is he coming on?”

And as it turn out, Joe asked him to come on back in the summer, but Colter is so damn legit, that he declined. Why?

Because he was ranching.

Yep, Colter Wall turned down the biggest podcast in the world because he had some ranching to do for the summer. That’s as legit as it gets.

Listen to this…

So now, two three later… can we get Colter on?

If the ranching can wait a few hours, hopefully someday, we’ll get that episode of Colter Wall on The Joe Rogan Experience.

Oh, and new music, we want that too, Colter.

Joe Rogan Shouts Out Whiskey Myers On Podcast: “Dude, Whiskey Myers Is The Sh*t”

Joe Rogan = BIG Whiskey Myers guy.

A world renown standup comedian, UFC commentator, host of arguably the world’s biggest podcast, Joe Rogan has built from himself a monster of a platform.

Of course as a result, he seems to have quite the target on his back at times, but none of the controversy has stopped Joe from continuing have great conversations with a variety of interesting guests.

For example, retired Navy SEAL and bestselling author Jack Carr.

In addition to talking about his book, the awful military exit in Afghanistan, and more, they got to talking about military films including the old 1950s SEAL flick, The Frogmen.

To which Joe interrupted and said:

“Have you ever heard the Whiskey Myers song ‘Frogman?’ F——ck. F——ck. It’s great.

Whiskey Myers is the sh*t.”

Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve heard Joe endorse some of our favorite artists.

He’s shown love to artists like Johnny Cash, Colter Wall and Tyler Childers, and has had artists like Sturgill Simpson and Chris Stapleton on as guests.

The larger point is that Joe has the biggest platform in the world and he’s using it to show love to some of the best artists in the business.

And he ain’t wrong about “Frogman.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock