Cole Swindell stood in the shadow of the Freedom Tower in New York City and became the first person to perform from Four World Trade Center. Swindell's stripped down version of "You Should Be Here" took on extra meaning on this day.
Cole Swindell made his Opry debut on March 26, 2016, but before he stepped onto the iconic circle, he recorded a special acoustic version of his emotional hit “You Should Be Here” backstage in the Opry Lounge.
Cole Swindell has enlisted Peyton Manning to help with his latest video series, Swindell Vision. Each Wednesday, a new episode is released and gives fans a glimpse into the "You Should Be Here" singer's life behind the scenes and on the road.
A Cole Swindell fan in a Dustin Lynch T-shirt got quite a shock when the “You Should Be Here” singer brought him on stage Sunday night. The special moment is something few in the audience had ever seen another singer do.
Country newcomer Cole Swindell's father died unexpectedly over Labor Day weekend. The 'Chillin' It' singer shared the news on his Twitter page, including a sweet photo of the two of them from his youth.
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