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Cole Swindell Opens for Luke Bryan at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena Tomorrow Night

Cole Swindell Opens for Luke Bryan at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena Tomorrow Night


Nashville, TN – (October 18, 2013) – Cole Swindell is set to open for Luke Bryan as part of his sold-out “Dirt Road Diaries” tour tomorrow night, October 19th, at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Recently wrapping up with Bryan on his “Farm Tour” and gearing up to head out with him January for his “That’s My Kind of Night” tour, Swindell is currently celebrating the success of his Top 30 debut single, "Chillin' It;” an infectious and groove-laden hit with a laid-back summertime charm that perfectly captures Swindell himself. The single has sold nearly 315,000 copies to date making “Chillin’ It” one of the top selling debut singles of 2013.

“I cannot wait to open for Luke Bryan at Bridgestone Arena this Saturday. It’s so cool to see a friend’s hard work pay off and for him to invite me to be a part of that shows you what a great guy he is,” said Swindell. “I know I have a lot of shows to play before I’m headlining Bridgestone, but I plan on working hard and putting in the time it takes to get there.”

Singer-songwriter and Georgia native Cole Swindell has been part of the Nashville music scene since before his current hit, “Chillin’ It,” became an independent radio sensation. While on the road with good friend Luke Bryan, Swindell used the time to master his craft and wrote several songs for Bryan’s Spring Break EPs as well as cuts for Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery, Chris Young and Craig Campbell. Now with Warner Bros. Records, Swindell’s single “Chillin’ It” is rapidly climbing the country charts. Known for his high-energy performances, Swindell has a growing reputation as one of Nashville’s most exciting young performers.

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