Cole Swindell Tickets & 2021 Tour Dates
Cole Swindell has taken the country music genre by storm a few years ago. Born in Bronwood, Georgia, Cole moved to Nashville to pursue his music career. He was passionate about country music for years when in 2010, he signed a publishing deal and started to work as a songwriter. In 2013, he signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records, which released his major-label debut "Cole Swindell " the next year. His debut album's lead single "Chillin' It" became #1 on the country music chart in 2014, while ACM named him New Artist of The Year. In just over three years, Swindell has released seven No. 1 singles, five Platinum singles, one Gold single, a Platinum-certified debut album, and a Gold-certified sophomore album (You Should Be Here).
Before his solo career, Cole Swindell wrote songs for a variety of other artists, including Luke Bryan, Craig Campbell, Scotty McCreery, Chris Young, and others. When he moved to Nashville, he also ran the merchandise for Luke Brian, a major country music star, who became a major influence in his career. In addition to Luke Bryan, his other musical influences include Randy Travis and Garth Brooks. In a past few years, he toured with Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney.