By Maxim Mower
Colter Wall has etched his name - quite literally - into the star-studded record of country legends to have sold out Billy Bob's Texas.
Last week, the Saskatchewan's hand-print was hung on the venue's renowned ‘Wall of Fame’. The honour was bestowed upon Colter Wall as a testament to the fact that he had sold out Billy Bob's.
He joins an array of country legends that feature on the iconic ‘Wall of Fame’, including Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, George Jones, Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks and more.
With support from Brennen Leigh, Wall put on a captivating show for the packed room of attendees on January 13.
The set was one of Colter Wall's handful of January dates, with the traditional country crooner also having played a couple of shows at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas.
Later in the month, he'll be making the trip up to Denver, Colorado for two performances at The Mission Ballroom.
Colter Wall's addition to the ‘Wall of Fame’ at Billy Bob's Texas comes amidst the singer-songwriter's campaign to raise funds for a badly injured friend of his, Sandy Cooper. Donations are still being accepted via Sandy's GoFundMe page below:
Colter Wall's sold-out show at Billy Bob's Texas highlights the singer-songwriter's continued ascent, and consolidates his role at the forefront of the modern outlaw movement.
A number of Wall's fellow members of this new, traditional-leaning wave of artists have also secured a place on the ‘Wall of Fame’, such as Zach Bryan, Cody Johnson, Tyler Childers and more.
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