Country music superstar Cole Swindell released his fourth studio album, Stereotype, to massive success. The project charted three back-to-back, Platinum-certified, multi-week number-one hits: “Single Saturday Night,” “Never Say Never” (with Lainey Wilson) and, most recently, his five-week chart-topper “She Had Me At Heads Carolina” has garnered three ACM Awards for Single of the Year and Song of the Year (as songwriter and artist) and an iHeart Music Award for Country Song of the Year.
In 2022, Swindell spent a total of 27 weeks in the Top 5 of the country singles chart with “Never Say Never” (8 weeks) and “She Had Me At Heads Carolina” (21 weeks). He released a special duet remix of his smash “She Had Me At Heads Carolina” featuring Winstock ’23 artist Jo Dee Messina, which garnered an ACM Award nomination for Musical Event of the Year and is included on his new deluxe album Stereotype Broken, which also includes his current Top 10 and rising single “Drinkaby.”
In the 10 years since his debut on Warner Music Nashville, Swindell has racked up an impressive 12 No. 1 singles as an artist – 13 as a songwriter – as well as 12 certified Platinum singles, a Platinum-certified debut album (Cole Swindell), a Platinum-certified sophomore effort (You Should Be Here) and a Gold-certified third entry (All Of It).
The Georgia hitmaker has over 5.2 billion global career streams. His massive, Grammy-nominated hit “Break Up In The End” was named the 2019 NSAI Song of the Year. Swindell earned two nominations (Musical Event of the Year and Music Video of the Year) for “Never Say Never” at the 56th CMA Awards. Swindell officially became a headliner on his own in 2018 with his Reason To Drink Tours, and his 2022 Back Down To The Bar Tour. He is currently touring this summer with Thomas Rhett on the Home Team Tour and will again headline this fall on his Twelve Tour.
“She Had Me at Heads Carolina”
“Never Say Never” (with Lainey Wilson)
“Single Saturday Night”
“Break Up in the End”
“Middle of a Memory”
“You Should Be Here”
“Let Me See Ya Girl”
“Ain’t Worth the Whiskey”
“Hope You Get Lonely Tonight”