Cole Swindell Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Girlfriend, Net Worth, Singer, Tour, She Had Me at Heads Carolina

Cole Swindell is an American country music singer & songwriter known for his singles “She Had Me at Heads Carolina” & “Never Say Never,” and “You Should Be Here” (2016) (his album).

Cole Swindell Biography

Cole Swindell (full name – Colden Rainey Swindell) is an American country music singer & songwriter who is best known for his singles “She Had Me at Heads Carolina” and “Never Say Never,” and his album “You Should Be Here” (2016).

Swindell has written singles for Scotty McCreery, Craig Campbell, Luke Bryan, and Thomas Rhett. He has 4 song albums and 13 singles; 8 of the singles have reached #1 on the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts and 3 singles have reached the Top 10.

When coming to his education, Swindell is a proud graduate of Terrell Academy in Dawson, Georgia. He is also an alumnus of Georgia Southern University, where he graduated with a major in marketing. During his stint there, he was part of the Sigma Chi Fraternity.

Cole Swindell Age

Swindell is 39 years old as of 2022. He was born on June 30, 1983, in Bronwood, Georgia, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 30th of June every year.

Cole Swindell Height

Swindell stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m).

Cole Swindell Family

Swindell was born to his late parents, Carol Rainey Swindell (mother) and William Keith Swindell (father). His dad worked as a Communications Engineer at Alltel Telephone Company and was an alumnus of Glennville High School. He was born on August 23, 1948, and died on September 2, 2013, at the age of 65. Swindell’s mom passed on September 2021. Swindell grew up in Bronwood, Georgia alongside his 2 brothers and one stepbrother, whose names are unknown at the moment.

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Cole Swindell Girlfriend

Swindell is dating Courtney Little. They have dated for more than one year. They first met at a NASCAR event and they exchanged phone numbers. The duo became long-distance friends. They used to speak and hang out occasionally. Swindell often posts Courtney’s photos on his Instagram Page.

Courtney Little

Courtney is a model, 2017 Miss Teen North Carolina, and former NBA dancer. She is also the co-founder and co-owner of a boutique known as The Little Sisters Boutique, along with Laura. Courtney appeared in Swindell’s music video for “Some Habits,” released in the 2021 fall. She has made appearances in a number of country music videos with more than 1M hits.

Cole Swindell Daughter

Swindell has a daughter, Abilene Scarlet- Rainey Swindell. The mother of Abilene is not known. Further information regarding his daughter will be updated.

Cole Swindell Net Worth

Swindell has an annual estimated net worth of $3 Million, which he earns through his career as a country music singer & songwriter.

Cole Swindell Songwriter

Swindell signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing in the year 2010. He wrote Line’s “This Is How We Roll”, Luke Bryan’s “In Love with the Girl”, and Craig Campbell’s “Outta My Head.” Also, he wrote Luke Bryan’s “Roller Coaster”, “Just a Sip”, “Out Like That”, “Beer in the Headlights,” and “I’m Hungover”. On Swindell’s A.M. album, Chris Young’s song “Nothin’ but the Cooler Left” was there. Swindell has sold merchandise for Luke Bryan (an American country song singer & songwriter and TV personality) for 3 years and was writing songs while selling the merchandise.

Cole Swindell Songs / Singer

Swindell released his 1st single “Chillin’ It” in the year 2013. The single was buoyed by heavy airplay on the SiriusXM satellite radio channel. The single also became the #1 single on Hot Country Songs and a top-5 hit on Country Airplay. His 2nd single “The Highway” became a hit and after the release, he signed a record deal with Warner Music Nashville. Swindell released “The Down Home Sessions,” a five-song digital EP on November 17, 2014. In April 2015, he won the ACM New Artist of the Year Award.

Cole Swindell Albums

Swindell has 4 studio albums for Warner Bros. Records Nashville;

  • Stereotype (2022)
  • All of It (2018)
  • You Should Be Here (2016)
  • Cole Swindell (February 18, 2014)

Cole Swindell You Should Be Here

Swindell’s 2nd album was called “You Should Be Here” (launched on February 18, 2014) (written with Ashley Gorley), and it has 4 singles. The 1st single of the album was released on December 14, 2015, to country radio. In April 2016, this single reached #1 on the Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs charts. The 2nd single “Middle of a Memory” of the album was released on December 14, 2015, to country radio, and in November 2016 it became #1 on Country Airplay. The 3rd single “Flatliner” of the album was released on January 23, 2017, to country radio and in August 2017 it reached #2 on Country Airplay. The 4th single of the album “Stay Downtown” was released on September 5, 2017, to country radio. All of the singles hit number one on the Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Cole Swindell All of It

Swindell’s 3rd album was “All of It” and was launched on August 17, 2018. The lead single of the album was “Break Up in the End” released on February 23, 2018. In July 2018, he released the #1 track “Love You Too Late” as a promotional single. The single “Love You Too Late” was the album’s 2nd single and was released on November 19, 2018.

Cole Swindell Stereotype

Swindell’s 4th album was “Stereotype” launched on April 8, 2022. The lead single of the album is “Single Saturday Night” (May 22, 2020). The 2nd single include “Never Say Never” (November 19, 2021). The 3rd single was “She Had Me at Heads Carolina” and it became his 1st Top 20 single on the Billboard Hot 100, and reached #1 on the Country Airplay chart (spent 4 weeks).

Cole Swindell Website

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Cole Swindell Awards and Honors

Swindell holds the “Academy of Country Music Award” which he received in the year 2015 for New Artist of the Year. He has also been nominated for several honors for his work in songwriting and singing career. These honors include;

  • Academy of Country Music Awards (2019) – for Song of the Year
  • Grammy Awards (2019) – for Best Country Song
  • CMT Music Awards (2019) – for Male Video of the Year
  • CMT Music Awards (2017) – for Video of the Year
  • iHeartRadio Music Awards (2017) – for Best Lyrics and Country Song of the Year
  • Country Music Association Awards (2016) – for New Artist of the Year
  • iHeartRadio Music Awards (2015) – for Best New Artist
  • CMT Music Awards (2014) – for Breakthrough Video of the Year

Cole Swindell Tours

Swindell appeared in 2 headlining concert tours;

  • The Down to Earth Tour (2020)
  • Reason to Drink Tour (2018)

Swindell was also supporting the following concert tours;

  • What the Hell Tour with Dierks Bentley (2017)
  • Center Point Road Tour with Thomas Rhett (2021)
  • Burn It Down Tour with Jason Aldean (2015)
  • Dig Your Roots Tour with Florida Georgia Line (2016)
  • The Big Revival Tour with Kenny Chesney (2015)
  • Sunset Repeat Tour with Luke Bryan (2019)
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