Full Name: Colden Rainey “Cole” Swindell
Born: June, 1983
Hometown: Glennville, Georgia
Bio: Cole Swindell graduated college as a marketing major at Georgia Southern University. He landed a job on a Luke Bryan tour selling merchandise for a job after college. At the same time writing songs as he was signed on to Sony ATV Publishing.
Coles songwriting career quickly took off as he wrote/co-wrote songs such as “Outta My Head” by Craig Cambell. Along with numerous Luke Bryan songs including “Beer in the Headlights, Just a Sip, Out Like That, I’m Hungover, and more.
With all of his success in writing, he came out with an independent single called “Chillin’ It.” This single was hitting radio traffic and quickly climbed the charts which would eventually lead to a record deal with Warner Music Nashville. Since his signing, he had released a self-titled debut album in 2014, which held chart topping songs such as “Chillin’ It, Hope You Get Lonely Tonight, Ain’t Worth the Whiskey, and Let Me See Ya Girl.
He also has two EP’s called “Down Home Sessions I/II.” This is the same title as his headline tour of Down Home Sessions which have been very successful. His most recent release is a single called “You Should Be Here” which references the lose of his father in 2013.