Luke Combs & Joe Rogan Discuss The Greatness Of Colter Wall: “That Guy Is So Much Cooler Than Me… Dammit”

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Luke Combs recently made an appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast, where the two spoke about everything from Chris Stapleton’s impressive rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner,” to Luke’s thoughts on his weight loss journey.

However, when I watch this podcast, I can’t help but go back and listen to the brief part where the two discuss the greatness of Colter Wall.

Now, this isn’t the first time Rogan has spoke highly of Wall.

It dates all the way back to 2020, when he posted to his Instagram the first time he heard the Canadian cowboy’s music:

“Last night at dinner Jamie Evernon turned me onto this dude Colter Wall. He’s legit as f*ck. 25 years old from Canada, sings like he’s 55 and from Nashville.

I’ve been enjoying his shit all morning.”

He has since shown his appreciation for the artist several times, including his show with Combs.

Rogan said during the podcast:

“It’s interesting what resonates too. I’m a big Colter Wall fan, oh my God he’s the sh*t. I play that song Kate McCannon, and I tell people he was 21 when he signed that.”

Combs then admitted:

“He sounds like a cowboy from 1860.”


“Like a dude has been smoking four packs of Camels a day.”

Combs then asked if he has had Wall on the show yet, but Rogan admitted:

“No man, he doesn’t do interviews. He works on a ranch.”

Combs confessed:

“That’s super cool. Dude that guy is so much cooler than me. DAMMIT. That guy is SO much cooler than me.”

As they laughed it off, Rogan said:

“I’ve been trying to get him on for like a year and a half, two years. He just doesn’t do interviews. He’s just a musician, he’s an artist. So like he’s pure in the strangest way.

I’d just love to hang with him. I just wanna meet him. I just wanna tell him like ‘Hey man, even if you don’t wanna do an interview lets just talk. I just wanna see what you’re all about.'”

So, I guess Joe Rogan will continue his relentless pursuit for the elusive Colter Wall interview.

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A beer bottle on a dock