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Colden “Cole” Rainey Swindell is an American Country artist originally from Bronwood, Georgia. He has established himself both as a songwriter as well as performer.
Born on 30 June 1983 in Glenville, Georgia and grew up in Bronwood, Georgia and graduted from Georgia Southern University in 2007. After graduating he worked selling merchandise for fellow fraternity brother Luke Bryan and in 2010 he signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. He helped write some of Bryan’s album, “Spring Break…Here To Party” and also helped contribute to Scott McCreery, Chris Young, and Florida Georgia Line.
The success of his publishing deal and consequently his song writing, led to his chance to establish himself as a performer. In 2013 he self-released his first single “Chillin’ It” which began to climb the country charts. The success of “Chillin’ It” garnered the attention of Warner Nashville who signed a contract with him that same year. The label re-released his single, followed by his first self-titled debut album on 18 February 2014. The album became a Top 5 hit on the country music airways, and sold over 250,000 copies. The “Chillin It” single peaked at number one on the Hot Country Songs, followed by “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” which peaked at number seven; both of which reached gold status. Swindell set out on tour as the opening act for Luke Bryan’s That’s My Kind of Night Tour in 2014.