Colter Wall introduced one of his songs at Paul Cauthen's Velvet Revue on Saturday afternoon as "a tale as old as time," and he wasn't kidding. The Canadian singer-songwriter, performing with no further accompaniment than an acoustic guitar, sounded like a man from another time – or somewhere outside of it. His beyond-baritone voice sounded weathered and earthbound, with the snap of his guitar strings crackling like they echoed from the world's first phonograph recording. Wall even threw in a cover of "Red Headed Stranger," made famous by Willie Nelson, which fit seamlessly with his own parables of blood feuds and lost loves. J.G.