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Raised in a town with one caution light and a population not much greater than that, Cole Swindell left Bronwood, Georgia with a lot of inspiration and just enough experience to begin his career while he was in school at Georgia Southern University. While winning over the college crowd, Cole acquired a passion for the industry and hooked up with another Georgia artist and fellow Sigma Chi fraternity brother, Luke Bryan. The pair continued to play shows together at local venues around Georgia, and shortly after college Cole made the move to Nashville in September 2007 to pursue his dream of making a living doing what he loves. Not long after leaving the peach state, Luke, now with Capitol Records, hired him and he spent the next three years on the road doing merchandise at shows and writing songs while he traveled the country on a tour bus. Luke Bryan's Spring Break…Here To Party album includes six cuts by Cole: "I'm Hungover”, "In Love with the Girl”, "Love in a College Town", "Shore Thing”, “Shake The Sand” and “Just A Sip” which are all available on iTunes and in stores. Recognizing his talent and unlimited potential, Sony/ATV Music Publishing offered Cole a publishing deal in September 2010. Recently he wrote radio single, "Water Tower Town" for American Idol winner Scotty McCreery, which is featured on his debut album "Clear As Day" Craig Campbell’s current top single, “Outta My Head” was written by the Bronwood, Ga native. And as his career continues to rise, Cole has written three songs that will be on Luke Bryan’s upcoming fourth studio album and he just landed a new cut on Chris Young’s next album. Looks like the sky is the limit for this small town Georgia boy.
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