- Date of Birth:
- June 30, 1983
Cole Swindell (born Colden Rainey Swindell on June 30, 1983 in Glennville, Georgia) is an American country singer and songwriter. Cole has written hits for superstars like Craig Campbell, Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery, and Luke Bryan. Cole was fraternity brothers with Luke Bryan at Georgia State University, and after graduating, he sold merchandise for the singer for three years, while also writing songs for Luke: “Just a Sip”, “Beer in the Headlights”, “Roller Coaster”, “Out Like That”, “I’m Hungover”, “In Love with the Girl”, “Love in a College Town”, “Shore Thing”, “Shake the Sand” and “The Sand I Brought to the Beach”. He released his first single, “Chillin It”, in 2014, and released a self-titled album in 2014. In 2015, he released his second album, You Should Be Here, and won the ACM New Artist of the Year award.
Best Known For:
Cole is best known as a country singer and songwriter.
Cole’s relationship status is unknown. He has two brothers. His father, William Swindell, died unexpectedly in 2013 at the age of 65; Cole’s music video for “Middle of a Memory” is focused on telling his father about all his success.