American singer Cole Swindell has taken the country music world by storm since he emerged on the music scene four years ago. In a short career span, the singer has produced chart-topping hits such as Middle of a Memory, Hope You Get a Lonely Night and Let Me See Ya girl. A talented songwriter, Swindell has also written songs for renowned music acts including Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett and Craig Campbell.
The ACM Artist of the Year is a very entertaining live performer. He has shared the stage with Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley as well as Florida Georgia Line.
The multi-talented singer has a number of shows on his itinerary for the months of November and December, Cole Swindell tickets for which are currently available. So, check out the dates and make your bookings in advance.
Cole Swindell was born on June 30, 1983, in Bronwood, Georgia. He studied at the Georgia Southern University where he met Luke Bryan. The two future country stars used to perform together as part of the Sigma Chi fraternity at the university. When Bryan decided to move to Nashville, Swindell followed suit. He left the university in 2007 and moved to the Music City where he spent three years running the merchandise for Luke Bryan, promoting his albums, by selling Luke Bryan shirts, etc.
A gifted songwriter, Cole Swindell signed a contract with the Sony/ATV Music Publishing in 2010 following which he wrote numerous hits for well-known music artists. Among his many contributions as a songwriter are Get Me Some of That by Thomas Rhett, Outta My Head by Craig Campbell and Just a Sip and I’m Hungover for his dear friend Luke Bryan. Swindell and Bryan share writing credits on one of the biggest hits of Florida Georgia Line, This is How We Roll. With all these top hits, Swindell carved his niche in the industry as a songwriter within no time.
Cole Swindell made his singing debut with the single Chillin It in 2013. The song received heavy airplay on radio and earned Swindell enough attention to be signed by Warner Nashville towards the end of the year.
His self-titled debut music album was hence released by the label in February of 2014. With Chillin It as the lead single, the record debuted at the third spot on the Billboard 200, selling 63,000 copies in its first week of release. Besides Chillin It, the record spawned hits such as Ain’t Worth the Whiskey and Hope You Get a Lonely Night.
In November, 2014, Swindell treated his fans with a five-song EP, Down Home Sessions. It ranked eighth on the Top Country Albums chart.
The country singer’s second studio record You Should Be Here hit the shelves in May of 2016. Its lead single and title track preceded the release of the album and became a massive hit. Written by Ashley Gorley, it topped the Country Airplay as well as the Hot Country Songs chart of Billboard magazine. The album itself reached the top ten on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. As of September 2017, its sales have exceeded 290,000 copies.
Awards & Nominations
Cole Swindell is only four years old as a singer in the music industry. But in this short time, he has established himself among the top singers in the country genre. In 2015 he was honored by the Academy of Country Music with the Artist of the Year Award. Besides, Swindell has received nominations at the CMT Music Awards, Country Music Association Awards as well as the iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Cole Swindell Tour Tickets
Cole Swindell has so far released two studio albums and three EPs. The release of his first EP titled Down Home Sessions on November 17, 2014, coincided with his headlining tour of the same name. Besides this tour, he went on the massively successful What the Hell Tour with Dierks Bentley as support act.
Cole Swindell has also been a part of the guest act line-up on Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots Tour and Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour. If you want to attend any of his upcoming live performances then check out the itinerary and get Cole Swindell tour tickets here for the event of your choice.