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Colt McLauchlin was raised on a farm near Petrolia, in Southwestern Ontario. Country music has been the soundtrack to his life for as long as he can remember. Some of his earliest memories are riding up and down the fields in a tractor beside his Dad, listening to Jimmy Dickens and his hero, Alan Jackson. He soon was singing along to the radio, strumming his first guitar and dreaming big dreams.

Next came guitar lessons, country music concerts, and when he was 15 years-old, the invitation to sit in with his uncle, Dave Braswell, a forty-year + music veteran who had recorded and toured much of the U.S and Canada.

He was hooked…then he was booked! Next came a five-piece band, weekend dances and more country festivals - this time as a performer, gaining fans and friends with every show.

Each chance he was given he would find his way to the stage. This fearlessness gave him the opportunity to sing at some notable Nashville venues, such as Margaritaville, Rippy's, Legends, Tootsies, Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row and then his hero, Alan Jackson’s Bar, which only fuelled his determination to pursue country music.

As fate would have it, at one of these performances longtime tour manager, sound-man and film-maker John Power was in the audience, and very impressed. Soon John connected Colt with, multiple award winning songwriter and music producer, Thomas Wade.

All of this has led to a song-writing collaboration with Thomas, and recording sessions at Nashville’s storied recording studio, “The Rukkus Room”.   His self penned, debut single DRINKIN' BOOTS has been released to all music platforms and is on country radio!  His impressive and infectious newly released DRINKIN' BOOTS Music Video is now available to View on YouTube.  View, like and subscribe! Within the last month, he released his second single REDNECK MONEY written by, Rodney Janzen and Ryan Brashears to all music platforms, stay tuned for music video release date!


Colt is a farmer and mechanic with a passion for Country Music. He still listens to Alan Jackson, believes in the lessons he learned early on…work hard, try hard, believe in your dreams and they just might come true.

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