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Like many a modern Country star, Cole Swindell began his career in Nashville as a songwriter behind the scenes, penning numbers for the likes of Craig Campbell, Thomas Rhett, and of course, longtime buddy and fellow Georgia Southern University student Luke Bryan. The success of his own debut single "Chillin' It" convinced Cole that a career in front of the mic rather than behind it was his future, and he hasn't looked back since.
His dusky southern drawl has pushed tracks like "Let Me See Ya Girl", "Ain't Worth the Whisky", "Middle of a Memory" and "You Should Be Here" to achieve top chart positions and platinum status! Catch Cole perform near you, with some very special guests joining him on the road!
Performance date: 2 April 2022
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