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Cole Swindell Releases Second Single "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight"

Cole Swindell Releases Second Single "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight"

Debut Single “Chillin’ It” Certified Platinum

Set to Perform on Good Morning America March 27

Cole Swindell’s second single, “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” off his self-titled Warner Bros. Records debut, impacted radio today and immediately became today’s No. 1 most added record at Mediabase/Country Aircheck following his No. 1 hit “Chillin’ It” racing to the top of the Country Aircheck/Mediabase chart and Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. Recently certified platinum by the RIAA, “Chillin’ It” has sold over 1 million copies making it the highest selling debut single released in 2013 from a solo country male. His brand new album debuted at No. 3 on SoundScan’s all genre chart with over 100,000 albums already sold, becoming the highest selling debut album from a country artist since October 2011. Swindell is set to perform on Good Morning America this Thursday, March 27, and is currently on tour with Luke Bryan on his sold-out “That’s My Kind of Night” tour with dates running through March.

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

For more information, visit: http://www.ColeSwindell.com, Facebook.com/ColeSwindellMusicor Twitter.com/ColeSwindell.

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