The Down Home Crew really came through for Cole Swindell on Sunday night at The Academy of Country Music Awards.
The Warner Bros. Records recording artist won New Artist of the Year during the CBS broadcast at AT&T Stadium. The award is one of two determined in part by the fans, who turned out big time for Swindell.
Blake Shelton, Ashley Monroe, Brett Eldredge and Cole Swindell all achieve chart-topping hits
Warner Music Nashville is celebrating a little March Madness of its own with three songs by four of the company’s recording artists reaching No. 1 this month. WMN is the first label group to land three singles in the No. 1 spot this year.
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.
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.