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Aug
29

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Cole Swindell To Embark On Second Annual ‘Down Home’ Tour; Second EP Coming

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Warner Music Nashville’s rising star to kick off the first country edition of the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour; new Down Home Sessions EP due this fall

Academy of Country Music New Artist of the Year Cole Swindell announced his second annual Down Home Tour this week, following last year’s sold-out run, and it’s going to be a Monster (tour dates listed below, with more to be announced soon).

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Aug
7

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CMA Festival Country’s Night To Rock: Recap + Loads of Opinion

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CMA Festival’s Country’s Night To Rock aired this week (Aug. 4th) on ABC… and it was pretty forgettable. Country super group Little Big Town hosted the event and did a good job at it, it’s just too bad the event wasn’t as good as they were.

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Jun
12

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Stars Honor Heroes Bacskstage At CMT Music Awards

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The winning of awards, the giving of performances and the fangirling over Carrie Underwood weren’t the only things going on at Wednesday night’s CMT Music Awards. Backstage various stars were honoring our nation’s heroes by helping to stuff commemorative CAMO Crown Royal bags, packed with goodies to ship to active duty service men and women. This is Packages From Home, as part of the Crown Royal Heroes Project – the whisky company’s ongoing commitment to honor, recognize and give back to America’s finest. To date, thousands of bags have been packed and sent out to the troops. Check out photos of the Luke Bryan, Kellie Pickler, Chase Rice, and Cole Swindell stuffing those bags below, and for more information go to crownroyal.com.

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Apr
16

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Cole Swindell ‘Let Me See Ya Girl’ – Single Review

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Ahh Cole Swindell, reinforcing his reputation as the Creepy McCreeperson of Music Row. As if being a mini Luke Bryan and snatching his fan base wasn’t enough, Cole has made a pretty good living already out of penning weird “narratives” that objectify women and blur the lines between sexual consent and harassment. ‘Hope You Get Lonely Tonight’ in particular had a dark quality to it that was certainly not intended, rather inadvertently reflected the worrying view on what is deemed acceptable to do and say in modern sexual relations. ‘Let Me See Ya Girl’ (previously known as ‘Lemme See Ya Girl’) doesn’t even try to hide its gross predatory nature behind a notion of “romance”, however, and after ‘Ain’t Worth The Whiskey’ saw a jilted lover practically bitching in subtweets this seems like just one more chapter in the “Cole Swindell is an ass” playbook.

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Mar
26

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of April 4th, 2015

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We have a new #1 on Country Airplay once again this week, with the new title going to Cole Swindell’s ‘Ain’t Worth The Whiskey’. His former boss Luke Bryan is atop Top Country Albums too with ‘Spring Break… Checkin’ Out’, but the other charts are as usual devoted to our resident break-out star Sam Hunt. ‘Take Your Time’ owns Hot Country Songs, Country Digital Songs and Country Streaming Songs, and with other tracks like ‘Speakers’, ‘Break Up In A Small Town’ and previous single ‘Leave The Night On’ as well as his album ‘Montevallo’ continuing to hold respectable places on the charts, I think it’s unlikely we’ll see him relinquish his hold any time soon. Kacey Musgraves gets the Hot Country Songs Hot Shot Debut meanwhile, as ‘Biscuits’ debuts at #28 on the chart, while it jumps nine places to #42 on Country Airplay, already above ‘Follow Your Arrow’s peak. Chris Janson’s ‘Buy Me A Boat’ also makes its entrance this week, notching #33 on Hot Country Songs and an impressive #8 on Country Digital Songs, just behind ‘Biscuits’ which comes in at #4. Read on for the full top 50s/top 60s, organized by artist!

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Mar
26

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Cole Swindell Celebrates 3rd Consecutive #1 From Self-Titled Debut Album

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‘Ain’t Worth the Whiskey’ Certified Gold by RIAA; Rising country star performs on ‘TODAY’ this Wednesday

Cole Swindell is three for three as a Warner Bros. Records recording artist, notching his third No. 1 single this week as “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” reaches the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart, as well, attains RIAA gold record certification. Swindell is one of only four artists in Country Aircheck history to top the chart with his first three singles, and only the second solo male artist (next to Darius Rucker) to accomplish the impressive feat.

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Mar
11

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Cole Swindell Releases Video For ‘It Ain’t Worth The Whiskey’

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iHeart Radio Music and Academy of Country Music awards Best New Artist nominee Cole Swindell makes a personal salute to U.S. troops in his touching new video for new Top 5 hit “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey.” Entertainment Weekly debuted the video exclusively last Thursday and it’s now available everywhere.

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Feb
8

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Cole Swindell Invites Nashville Fans To Film A Music Video For ‘Ain’t Worth The Whiskey’

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Only Country Artist Nominated for iHeart Awards’ New Artist Category

Warner Bros. Records recording artist and emerging country star Cole Swindell invited his Nashville fans out for an authentic night on the town to help him film the video for his latest single “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” last night. The CMA Triple Play winner hosted the gathering at Music City’s honky-tonk hot spot, the Silver Dollar Saloon, near Lower Broadway. Fans who turned out on the blustery night helped the Academy of Country Music Awards Best New Artist nominee put an end to a relationship while celebrating friendship in the filming of the video.

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