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Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here” Takes On New Meaning After Vegas Attack

Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here” Takes On New Meaning After Vegas Attack

Brennan Stewart, 30, was among the 58 people killed during the Las Vegas attack on Oct. 1. Brennan, a Las Vegas native, loved country music according to his Facebook profile: “I really enjoy singing/songwriting! Music is my passion! If country music ever disappeared I feel like I would too. after a long day of work…MORE

Cole Swindell Talks About His Consecutive No. 1 Singles Streak, Touring With Dierks Bentley and Delivers a Spoken Word Rendition of “Flatliner”

Cole Swindell Talks About His Consecutive No. 1 Singles Streak, Touring With Dierks Bentley and Delivers a Spoken Word Rendition of “Flatliner”

Jim Casey talks with Cole Swindell about his string of consecutive No. 1 singles, being a fan of Dierks Bentley from his first album, writing “Flatliner” specifically for Dierks with Jaron Boyer and Matt Bronleewe, touring with Dierks and Jon Pardi, gives us a little spoken word “Flatliner” performance and more. Show Participants Cole Swindell Jim Casey,…MORE

The 10 Best-Selling Digital Songs of 2016 Include Tunes by Dan + Shay, Tim McGraw, Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini—But Who’s No. 1?

The 10 Best-Selling Digital Songs of 2016 Include Tunes by Dan + Shay, Tim McGraw, Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini—But Who’s No. 1?

According to Billboard and Nielsen Music, individual track sales took a hit in 2016, dropping from 113.9 million units sold in 2015 to 87.5 million units in 2016. Even with the 26.4-million decline, two artists managed to release singles that soared over the 1-million mark: Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y” (1.37 million) and Tim McGraw’s “Humble…MORE

Cole Swindell Releases New Single, “Flatliner,” Featuring Dierks Bentley [Listen]

Cole Swindell Releases New Single, “Flatliner,” Featuring Dierks Bentley [Listen]

It’s a new year and that means new music from Cole Swindell. The Georgia native has released his third single, “Flatliner,” from his sophomore album,You Should Be Here. “Flatliner” is the album’s lead track and it follows Cole’s back-to-back No. 1 hits, “You Should Be Here” and “Middle of a Memory.” The new tune, which…MORE

Cole Swindell Says Goodbye to a Milestone 2016 and Looks Forward to the New Year

Cole Swindell Says Goodbye to a Milestone 2016 and Looks Forward to the New Year

2016 has been a memorable year for Cole Swindell. As the singer prepares to close out the year by finishing up his sold-out Down Home Tour this weekend, he took a moment to reminisce about a few of his accomplishments, including notching his sixth consecutive No.1 single, “Middle of a Memory,” winning the NSAI Songwriter/Artist…MORE

Cole Swindell Is Feeling Right at Home With New EP and Tour

Cole Swindell Is Feeling Right at Home With New EP and Tour

Not only does Cole Swindell have something of a hot streak working, but he’s also striking while the iron is hot. The hot streak? His first five singles—“Chillin’ It,” “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey,” “Let Me See Ya Girl” and “You Should Be Here”—have reached No. 1 on the Billboard and/or…MORE

Unrivaled Urban

Unrivaled Urban

Keith Urban’s new album, Ripcord, is No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart, selling 93,000 copies in the week ending May 12, according to Nielsen Music. Cole Swindel’s You Should Be Here debuted at No. 2, selling 65,000 units.MORE

Cole Swindell Gets “Serious” About His New Album and Avoiding the Sophomore Slump

Cole Swindell Gets “Serious” About His New Album and Avoiding the Sophomore Slump

Cole Swindell’s self-titled debut album in 2014 set the bar pretty high for the Georgia native. In addition to featuring four singles (“Chillin’ It,” “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” and “Let Me See You Girl”) that went to the top of the Billboard and/or Mediabase charts, the album was recently certified…MORE

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New Albums

New Albums

New albums dropping on Nov. 16 include Montgomery Gentry’s 20 Years of Hits and Kip Moore’s Room to Spare: The Acoustic Sessions.