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Cole Swindell Brings a Taste of Country Music to Terminal 5 Tomorrow

November 8th, 2016

Singer-songwriter Cole Swindell met Luke Bryan while still in school at Georgia Southern University. The two kept in touch, and when Swindell graduated and moved to Nashville, he began selling merchandise for Bryan. Swindell wrote while out on the road for three years, songs began to pile up and in short time, he’s become a hit-making machine. His self-titled debut album (stream it below) arrived in 2014 to plenty of praise. And earlier this year, Swindell (above, performing “Middle of a Memory” for Jimmy Kimmel Live!) returned with his follow-up, You Should Be Here (stream it below). Rolling Stone calls him “one of the most unassuming stars in recent memory, a ball-capped everyman who looks like everyone’s best friend from high school,” adding that “Cole Swindell stakes an A-list claim with You Should Be Here.” Currently crisscrossing the country with his Down Home Tour, Swindell plays Terminal 5 tomorrow night as part of CMT on Tour Presents. Singer-songwriter Jon Langston opens the show.