Coul W. Colt
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Coul W. Colt


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“ Let it be forever known and forever remembered: That on this twenty second day of October in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Ninety Six, that I lay my Hand and Seal…. To attest to the commission of my Loyal Honorary Conch Citizen C.W. Colt, that he shall vocalize contempt to the Czaars of Congress of the North Regions in the land of Washington. He shall present himself acting by my command as: The Conch Republic’s Royal Minstrel:”
King Mel Fisher / Key West
“There is no doubt he knows what to do with a banjo or guitar in his hand, flashing streaks of brilliance at times…”
Bill Jackson / Tribune Staff Writer
“C.W. Colt is a star. I can’t say when, but I know it will happen. Talent like his can’t stay hidden. C.W. has a vocal thing that is so sexy and exciting. I've seen people shiver when he does it…”
Valerie Ridenour / Key West The Newspaper
“When Sir William Colt and the Conch Republic Royal Minstrels” took the stage… it became apparent from the get-go that not only had the crowd come specifically to watch them play, but that they went away impressed with what they had seen.”
Terry Schmida / Citizen Staff Writer

“His (musical) style is a wonderful blend of Island spirit and country sensibility.”
Key West / The Newspaper

“Most of C.W. Colt’s songs incorporate the local environment, tell a story much like a ballad, and utilize humor to communicate a philosophical message.”
Tom & Chaz Promotions / Key Largo
“The crowd picked up again when he reappeared on stage for the finale. There was little doubt among the crowd that the young man was on his way up…”
The Greeley Tribune
“Watching Singer / Songwriter C.W. Colt perform solo… was an experience akin to savoring a glass of vintage port. Buy C.W.’s new CD when it becomes available. You won’t regret it. But, better than that, go and see him perform…”
Dennis Maloney / Key West Morning Star
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C W Colt's Greatest Hits,
Legends and Treasures,
Old Pirate's Treasures,
Cowboys, Kings and Long Lost Treasures
The Angel's Portion Blues & Treasures



Sir C. W. Colt Bio in a CLAMSHELL

In 1958, at the age of 5, C.W. won his first talent contest with his Elvis impression, singing and dancing. When he was 10 years old Chet Atkins taught him his first guitar chords and he started his own band in San Antonio Texas. C.W. met Webb Pierce, Ernest Tubbs and Ray Price during this time and began performing for basic trainees on Lackland Air Force Base.

At 12 years of age C.W. was entertaining troops in the Philippines.Thailand and Okinawa. Moving to Colorado at 16, C.W. mastered the banjo and fiddle, playing on a mountain. He started the band named Free Lunch that included World Class slide guitarist , Sonny Landreth.

At 25 C.W. recorded "America The Beautiful" at Marty Robbins studio in Nashville and put together 'The America the Beautiful" show. During this time, he performed with Hank Thompson, Buck Trent and Sons of the Pioneers.

Turning 30, C.W. was working with Jimmy Buffet, Alvin Lee, Bo Diddley and Edgar Winters. He worked with Rita Coolidge ,Bill Champlin, and Ronnie Hawkins's in Jim Carrey's first movie Copper mountain in Colorado . Later that year he recorded "The Cowboys Lullaby" with Patsy Montana and toured with her for 2 years.

In Santa Rosa California, at the age of 35, C.W. had the pleasure of performing shows with Chet Atkins, Waylon Jennings, Jon Conley, Roy Clark, Doug Kershaw and worked for Narada Michael Walden.

Relocating to Key West Florida , C.W. resided there, compiling 40 years of his original songs and recording the Legends and Treasures series, his personal collection of music. Only to be Knighted by the King himself Mel Fisher of Treasure Salvers of Key West, Florida.

" C.W. has a vocal thing that is so sexy and exciting. I've seen people shiver when he does it…”
Key West The Newspaper

“Colt's unique sound is a jumpy and jazzy, funky and folksy mix of musical styles that's ideal for his milieu”.
Sun Times