Born Colden Rainey Swindell in Bronwood, Ga., he began his career in country music as a songwriter by signing a publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Most notably, he has written for Luke Bryan, Scotty McCreery and Florida Georgia Line. Swindell made his singing debut with his independently-released hit "Chillin' It" in 2013. "Chillin' It" was played frequently on "The Highway" channel on SiriusXM when it began to climb the charts. It was during this same year that he signed his recording deal with Warner Music Nashville.
Bros for Life
Both Luke Bryan and Cole Swindell attended Georgia Southern University although not at the same time. They both belonged to the same fraternity house, Sigma Chi. It was at the frat house where Bryan and Swindell met when Bryan returned for a show. After keeping in touch, Swindell started selling merchandise for Bryan while writing music. He began touring as a supporting act with Florida Georgia Line and Jason Aldean until he started headlining his own tours. Of Swindell's 10 released singles, all but two have reached the top two spot in the US Country Airplay charts. With three albums under his belt and two of them reaching Gold and Platinum status, Cole Swindell proves he's going to keep knocking out the hits for years to come.
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What awards has Cole Swindell won?
Cole Swindell has been nominated for many prestigious awards, including CMT Music Awards' Breakthrough Video of the Year for "Chillin' It" and Video of the Year for "Middle of a Memory." He was also nominated for iHeartRadio Music Awards' Country Song of the Year and Best Lyrics for "You Should be Here." In 2015, he won the Academy of Country Music's New Artist of the Year award.
What can I expect from a Cole Swindell concert?
Though many of his concerts start out tamely, they quickly build up energy as Swindell moves into his upbeat and catchy tunes. On more serious songs like "You Should Be Here," written about his father who passed away unexpectedly, you can feel the somber mood as he earnestly delivers. The crowd is invested with him on this journey, even if only for the night. Expect his moving ballads and upbeat hits to create a wide spectrum of energy throughout his performances.
What is a setlist like for a Cole Swindell concert?
You will hear Swindell's top hits, including "Love You Too Late," "Let Me See Ya Girl," "Flatliner," "Ain't Worth the Whiskey," "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," "Break Up in the End," "Hey Y'all" and "Sounded Good Last Night." He will likely perform some songs with his tour mates, as well as songs he has written for others, including Florida Georgia Line's "This Is How We Roll" and Luke Bryan's "Beer in the Headlights."