Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Cole Swindell on tour now, with album due in May

Cole Swindell is set to follow up his gold-certified debut album on May 6 with You Should Be Here. CLICK HERE for a special video message.

The forthcoming album draws its name from its lead single, which is Top 15 on the Billboard Country Singles chart only three weeks after its official impact date and has become his fastest rising single yet.
Co-written by Swindell and Ashley Gorley, it follows the No. 1 hits (including the recent gold-certified “Let Me See Ya Girl” and platinum-certified “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” and “Chillin’ It”).
Just over a month since its release, “You Should Be Here” has sold over 172k units and surpassed almost 6 million streams. It was not only the most-added song on its first day at country radio, but it also shot immediately to No. 1 on the iTunes Country Chart as well as Top 10 on the iTunes All Genre Chart.

The song and its accompanying music video have also garnered a huge response from fans. Directed by Michael Monaco and shot in Glennville, GA, the video mixes clips from some of the early milestones in Swindell’s career, including his Grand Ole Opry debut and performing onstage with superstars such as Kenny Chesney and Alan Jackson, with a moving homecoming and his first visit to the cemetery where his dad was laid to rest.

Swindell’s achievements in the past year include not only the 2015 ACM New Artist of the Year Award as well as the CMA Triple Play Award for earning (at least) three No. 1 songs in a 12-month period, but he has also sold over 3.9 million tracks and more than 206 million streams for his Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville album, Cole Swindell, and Down Home Sessions I and II.
The four-time 2015 BMI Award winner (for celebrated songwriting credits for No. 1 hits for Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan as well as his own “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight”) wrapped his second annual sold-out Down Home Tour presented by Monster Energy Outbreak Tour in December; Swindell was the debut country artist featured on the Tour.

For more information and tour dates, visit

Tour dates: 

February 4 Cabazon, CA K-Frog’s 26th Birthday Bash
February 11 Bemidji, MN Sanford Center
February 12 Mankato, MN Verizon Wireless Center
February 13 Norfolk, NE Divots Event Center
February 18 Shreveport, LA Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium
February 19 Springdale, AR Springdale Civic Center
February 20 Jackson, TN Carl Perkins Civic Center
February 26 Shawnee, OK Firelake Arena
February 27 Mescalero, NM Inn of the Mountain Gods Casino
March 4 Durant, OK Choctaw Grand Theater
March 5 Houston, TX NRG Park
March 11 Plant City, FL Florida Strawberry Festival
March 17 Madison, WI Orpheum Theater
March 18 Athens, OH Memorial Auditoriums
April 8 Florence, AZ Country Thunder USA
May 13 Orange Beach, AL Amphitheater at The Wharf
May 14 Madison, MS C-Spire Lawn
May 28 Baton Rouge, LA Bayou Country Superfest
June 4 Cullman, AL Rock the South
June 12 Myrtle Beach, SC Carolina Country Music Fest
July 21 Eau Claire, WI Country Jam
July 22 Valparaiso, IN The Porter County Fair
July 30 Cheyenne, WY Cheyenne Frontier Days

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