Cole Swindell biography, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Songs, Tour, Single Saturday and Net Worth

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Cole Swindell biography | Cole Swindell

Cole Swindell(full name: Colden Rainey Swindell) is an American country music singer and songwriter. As a songwriter and a singer, he is one of the linchpins of the breezy country-pop sound that became known as bro-country in the 2010s. Swindell first came to prominence as a songwriter for Luke Bryan, a fellow alumnus of Georgia Southern University, but around the time Bryan took “Roller Coaster” to number one, Swindell began his own climb up the charts. Swindell racked up several big hits in the middle of the 2000s — “Chillin’ It,” “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth the Whisky,” “You Should Be Here” — that became emblematic of the sound of mainstream country of its era: friendly, melodic, and sunny, blending elements of rock and hip-hop with country.

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Cole Swindell

Born in Bronwood, Georgia on June 30, 1983, Cole Swindell began to pursue music while he was a college student. After spending time at Dawson’s Terrell Academy, he transferred to Georgia Southern University, where he happened upon Luke Bryan, a fellow member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Bryan returned to GSU to play a show while Swindell was attending the college and the two became fast and enduring friends. Once he left the university in 2007, he entered Bryan’s team, selling merchandise for the star and spending his spare time writing songs.

Swindell signed with Sony/ATV Publishing in 2010 and soon began landing prominent placements. Bryan recorded a number of Swindell songs, including the hit “Roller Coaster,” but the fledgling songwriter also had Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery, and Craig Campbell cut his tunes. As he gained a foothold as a songwriter, Swindell made tentative steps toward a performing career, releasing “Chillin’ It” independently in 2013. It did well enough to earn the attention of Warner Music Nashville, who signed Swindell in July of 2013, then re-released the single to country radio. “Chillin’ It” wound up climbing to number one on Billboard’s Hot Country charts, crossing over to 28 on the pop Top 40.

“Chillin’ It” launched Swindell into the mainstream, setting up the release of his eponymous debut in February 2014. The album generated two number one hits on the Country Airplay charts that year — “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” and “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” — and they shared space on the charts with “This Is How We Roll,” a song he co-wrote with Luke Bryan, who recorded the tune with Florida Georgia Line. As he worked on a new album, Swindell released an EP called Down Home Sessions in November 2014; the Down Home Sessions would become a late-year tradition for the singer, who released an EP every November or October into 2017. Swindell’s purple patch extended into 2015 when he won ACM’s New Artist of the Year award and “Let Me See Ya Girl” was pulled from his debut; it went to number two on the Country Airplay charts. “You Should Be Here,” the first single from the album of the same name, was released in December 2015 and worked its way to number one on the Country Airplay charts in early 2016. “Middle of a Memory” reached the same position a little after the May 2016 release of You Should Be Here. “Flatliner,” a duet with Dierks Bentley, kept the album in the charts into 2017 — it peaked at two on Country Airplay — after which time, Swindell turned to record his third album. Entitled All of It, the record appeared in August 2018, preceded by “Break Up at the End,” which peaked at six on Country Airplay.

Cole Swindell Age

Colden was born on June 30, 1983, in Bronwood, Georgia, U.S. He is 40 years old.

Cole Swindell Height

Cole Swindell is of an average height standing at about 5 feet 10 inches tall, which is about 1.78 m. He has light brown hair and green eyes.

Cole Swindell Family, Mother, Father, Wife & Husbands, Kids

Father: His dad is Kieth Swindell. The man passed away in 2013.

Mother: The woman’s name is Betty Carol Rainey.

Siblings: Cole was not the only kid in the family. He grew up with two brothers and a sister. Their names have not been disclosed.

Husbands and kids: Cole has not been tied in matrimony to any girl yet. He has got also no kids.

Cole Swindell Early life

His parents are William Keith Swindell and Betty Carol Rainey. His father died unexpectedly on September 2, 2013, at 65. He grew up in Bronwood, Georgia, and has two brothers.

Swindell attended Terrell Academy in Dawson, Georgia. Swindell attended Georgia Southern University, where he majored in marketing. He met Luke Bryan, who attended the same university some years earlier and was also a fellow Sigma Chi member, at the fraternity house when Bryan came back to Statesboro to do a show. They kept in touch, and after Swindell left college in 2007 and moved to Nashville, he sold merchandise for Bryan for three years and wrote songs on the road.

Cole Swindell Girlfriend

ACM Awards: Cole Swindell and Girlfriend Barbie Blank Make Red Carpet Debut



The singer confirmed his relationship with wrestler Barbie Blank at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night, with the duo hitting the red carpet to pose for photos ahead of the show.

Swindell wore a navy Dolce & Gabbana suit and his signature baseball cap, while Blank donned a long-sleeved sequined black gown with a v-neckline and thigh-high slit. Blank also documented the evening on her Instagram Story, sharing a photo of herself prepping for the night and crediting her hair and makeup artists for her sleek chignon and glowing makeup look. She then shared a selfie with Swindell in a car on the way to the ceremony, writing, “Here we go! [ACM Awards].”

Cole Swindell And His News Girlfriend Photo

Swindell’s appearance with Blank marks the first time he has brought a significant other to an awards show, as the 35-year-old typically avoids discussing his private life. While the two didn’t discuss their relationships, their reps confirmed to E! News that the two are dating.

The two first sparked romance rumors in February when Blank congratulated Swindell on his ACM nomination for Song of the Year for “Break Up in the End.”

“I am beyond excited and proud of you babe!!!” she wrote.

Swindell told in July 2018 that he was single, indicating that he and Blank began dating late last year or earlier this year. The “Love You Too Late” singer added that he does prefer to keep his private life under wraps and that he’s not a star who enjoys sharing his relationship.

“I choose not to really talk about that,” he said. “I know people are interested and some people, they’re all about it. I’d like to keep some part of my life private.”

Despite his private nature, Swindell revealed that he does hope to find the right person when the time is right.


“I certainly do want to settle down,” he said. “I’ve said that before; I do want a family and all, but I feel like my career is something I’ve been focused on, and it’s really affected my personal relationships as far as dating and stuff like that because it’s hard to…I’m busy. It’s hard to trust if you don’t know what anybody’s after, and that’s something I always prayed [about]. Maybe I’ll find somebody if I ever do, I just I won’t have to worry about all that stuff.”

Cole Swindell And Lauren Alaina Photos

Cole Swindell Dad, Family

Cole Swindell was raised in a small family in Bronwood, Georgia that included his parents William Keith Swindell and Betty Carol Rainey and two brothers.

Unfortunately, an unexpected tragedy struck the Swindells on September 2, 2013, when their dad William Keith Swindell passed away at the age of 65. Cole’s dad was working on a truck when it accidentally fell on him. The tragedy couldn’t have come at a worse time as Cole was, at that period, beginning to gain success with his music career.

His dad’s death came exactly 6 weeks after he had called him to inform him of his record deal with Warner Music Nashville. It was a happy moment for the family which was caught on tape by one of Cole’s friends.

In December 2015 about two years after his dad’s passing, Cole released the song “You Should Be Here” detailing how he wished his dad would be alive to share his musical successes with him. He co-wrote the song with Ashley Gorley.

The video of the song opened with the old video his friend recorded of him telling his dad about his new record deal. It ended with Cole and his brothers sobbing at their dad’s headstone. Swindell has revealed that it was one of the hardest videos he’d ever shot.

He honored his dad again with the 2018 single “Dad’s Old Number.”

Cole Swindell Songs

  • You Should Be Here
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • Break Up in the End
    All of It · 2018
  • Middle of a Memory
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • Chillin’ It
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • Flatliner
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • Ain’t Worth the Whiskey
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • Love You Too Late
    All of It · 2018
  • Hope You Get Lonely Tonight
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • Dad’s Old Number
    All of It · 2018
  • Let Me See Ya Girl
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • Reason to Drink
    All of It · 2018
  • The Ones Who Got Me Here
    All of It · 2018
  • Somebody’s Been Drinkin’
    All of It · 2018
  • Stay Downtown
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • Sounded Good Last Night
    All of It · 2018
  • Hey Y’all
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • Should’ve Ran After You
    Down Home Sessions II · 2015
  • All of It
    All of It · 2018
  • I Just Want You
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • Remember Boys
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • A Dozen Roses and a Six-Pack
    Cole Swindell · 2014
  • I’ll Be Your Small Town
    All of It · 2018
  • Her
    All of It · 2018
  • Making My Way to You
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • 20 in a Chevy
    All of It · 2018
  • Both Sides of the Mississippi
    All of It · 2018
  • Broke Down
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • Roller Coaster
    Down Home Sessions IV · 2017
  • You’ve Got My Number
    Down Home Sessions III · 2016
  • Chevrolet DJ
    Down Home Sessions III · 2016
  • Home Game
    You Should Be Here · 2016
  • Down Home Boys
    Cole Swindell · 2014

Cole Swindell Break Up In The End

“Break Up in the End” is a song written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill, and Jessie Jo Dillon, and recorded by American country music singer Cole Swindell. It was released in February 2018 as the lead single from his third album All of It. The song features a lyric about following through on a relationship despite knowing that it will end in a breakup, and it is accompanied by a music video directed by Jay Martin which stars Swindell and actress Alicia Watson. The song has been noted for Swindell’s vocal performance.

Cole Swindell Net Worth

Cole Swindell is an American country music songwriter and recording artist who has a net worth of $3 million.

Cole Swindell Tours


  • What The Hell Tour with Dierks Bentley
  • The Down Home Tour
  • Reason to Drink Tour (2018)


  • Burn It Down Tour with Jason Aldean (2015)
  • Dig Your Roots Tour with Florida Georgia Line (2016)

Cole Swindell Turning Stone

Cole Swindell, You Should Be Here

2015–18: You Should Be Here

The album’s first single, “You Should Be Here” was released to country radio on December 14, 2015. It was written with Ashley Gorley. It reached at number one on the Country Airplay & Hot Country Songs in April 2016. The album’s second single, “Middle of a Memory” released to country radio on May 2, 2016. It reached at number one on the Country Airplay in November 2016. The album’s third single, “Flatliner” (featuring Dierks Bentley) released to country radio on January 23, 2017. It reached at number two on the Country Airplay in August 2017. The album’s fourth single, “Stay Downtown” released to country radio on September 5, 2017. “You Should Be Here”, “Middle Of A Memory” and “Flatliner” all hit No. 1 on Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Swindell also released a music video for the song which featured a video of him telling his father he received a record contract and subsequent montages of Cole and his brothers grieving outside of the family home and at their father’s grave. The video also shows images of Swindell’s rising popularity while clearly conveying that he wanted to be able to see his father and share this fame experience with him

2018–present: All of It

Swindell released “Break Up in the End”, the lead single from his third album, on February 23, 2018. The new album, All of It, is scheduled for release on August 17, 2018. After the album became available for pre-order in July 2018, Swindell released the track “Love You Too Late” as a promotional single.

Cole Swindell Lyrics

“Hey Y’all”
Hey y’ all, what’s going on? Been waiting on this all day long
When you’re up for anything A to Z, no you don’t need any plan B
Go on pop the cord, go on tap the keg, go on get some red up in your neck
This is one of the nights you just can’t miss
And it goes a little, goes a little something like this

Come on now everybody, whether you’re in a bar, in a club
Or just kicking it country style, VIP in the back of a truck

Hey y’ all
When the girls walk by we’ll be like, hey y’ all
If we get it right they’ll be like, hey y’ all
Wanna rock with us tonight?
Hey y’ all, damn right

Hey y’ all, now what you think? Got the party rolling like a skating rink
So bottoms up, if you’re throwing down in a big city, small city, anywhere town
I hear you, son, I hear you girl; done got tipsy, like a tilt-a-whirl
Yeah you’re dancing going strong, careful now don’t shake it off

Come on now everybody, whether you’re in a bar, in a club
Or just kicking it country style, VIP in the back of a truck

Hey y’ all
When the girls walk by we’ll be like, hey y’ all
If we get it right they’ll be like, hey y’ all
Wanna rock with us tonight?
Hey y’ all, damn right

Come on now everybody (come on now everybody)
I wanna hear everybody (I wanna hear everybody)
If you’re with me everybody, everybody sing

Hey y’ all
When the girls walk by we’ll be like, hey y’ all
If we get it right they’ll be like, hey y’ all
Wanna rock with us tonight?
Wanna roll with us tonight?
Hey y’ all, damn right

(Hey y’ all)
Everybody in a bar, everybody out there in a club
You’re just kicking it VIP style in the back of your truck
What’s up