Country Star Cole Swindell's Rise To Fame
Country music artist Cole Swindell has only been active in Nashville for seven years, but during that time he has risen to more fame than he could have ever imagined! Find out all you need to know about the country star's rise to fame right here!
Born June 30, 1983 in Bronwood, Georgia, Cole Swindell was born to be a country star! While Cole enjoyed singing and songwriting growing up, the now famous star never imagined he'd pursue a full-time career in singing.
The singer would get his lucky break while attending Georgia Southern University, where he was earning a degree in marketing. Joining the Sigma Chi fraternity, Cole would meet his fellow Sigma Chi brother Luke Bryan when the latter returned to his alma mater to do a show!
Cole Swindell's Rise to Fame
After graduating college in 2007, Cole Swindell would move to Nashville to sell merchandise and write songs for Luke Bryan. Cole would help Bryan pen hit singles including "Just a Sip", "Roller Coaster", and "This is How We Roll".
After years of getting his footing in Nashville, in 2013, Cole Swindell would release his first single "Chillin' It", which quickly rose to the top of the charts. With the help of Bryan and his producers, his first self-titled debut album would follow soon after and Cole would begin his rise to fame!
Cole Swindell Today
Seven years later, Cole has now released three studio albums and nine singles, seven of which have risen to the top of the charts! Some of our favorites include "Ain't Worth the Whiskey", "Let Me See Ya Girl", and his newly released "Single Saturday Night".
The now 37-year-old has made quite the name for himself touring for many big name country stars including Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, and Jason Aldean! While the handsome hunk has had many high profile relationships in the past including his most recent relationship with WWE star Barbie Blank, ladies you are in luck, the singer appears to be single as of 2020!