Emerging country star Cole Swindell continues to celebrate into 2015 with an exciting fan voted nomination for ACM’s New Artist of the Year. The award nomination, which will be presented April 19 during the 50th annual Academy of Country Music event at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, was announced one year to the day since his self-titled debut album was released on Warner Bros. Records.
Warner Bros. Records recording artist and emerging country star Cole Swindell invited his Nashville fans out for an authentic night on the town to help him film the video for his latest single “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” last night. The CMA Triple Play winner hosted the gathering at Music City’s honky-tonk hot spot, the Silver Dollar Saloon, near Lower Broadway.
CMA Awards New Artist of the Year nominee Cole Swindell, who will be performing at the 88th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, is heading out on his Down Home Tour sponsored by Coleman this Thursday, November 13 in Davie, FL. Although the majority of dates sold out in record-breaking time, fans still have a chance to purchase tickets here (dates listed below). The breakout artist is also releasing a special digital EP for his fans, called the Down Home Sessions, November 17th (Warner Bros. Records) exclusively on iTunes.
New Single “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” From Self-titled Debut Album Impacting Radio Now
While CMA Awards' “New Artist of the Year” nominee, Cole Swindell, is gearing up to launch his "Down Home Tour" next month, the breakout artist will also release a special fan EP, called the Down Home Sessions on November 17th via Warner Bros Records. Comprised of five songs (track listing below), the digital album will be released in connection with his first solo run of tour dates this winter, which follows up his nationwide arena and stadium trek with Luke Bryan.
Breakout country music artist, Cole Swindell, debuted the brand new music video for his current Top 10 hit single “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” exclusively on iTunes today, with a broadcast premiere on CMT. Debuting as the No. 1 Country Music Video and No. 5 Overall Music Video on iTunes, the video for the second single off his self-titled album was shot in Nashville, TN, directed by Peter Zavadil and produced by Tailight. “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” follows up his No. 1 certified platinum debut single “Chillin’ It,” which is one of the most played songs on country radio this year.
Warner Music Nashville was created in 2009 to expand the presence of WMG and its family of labels in Nashville. The division is home to Atlantic Records, Warner Bros. Records, Elektra Nashville and Word Entertainment.