Cole Swindell Named One Of Music Row’s 2015 Next Big Thing Artists

Cole Swindell performed last night to a packed crowd at Joe’s Bar in Chicago, IL, during a stop on his “Down Home Tour”. Swindell’s energetic 75-minute set included his No. 1 hits both as a solo artist and songwriter, along with his latest single, “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” and other tracks off his self-titled debut album and newly released Down Home Sessions Tour EP. With fans singing along all night, the encore included his debut mega-hit “Chillin’ It,” as well as a performance of “This Is How We Roll” – a song which Swindell wrote with Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line – sung with opener and EMI Nashville artist, Kelleigh Bannen. The CMA Awards’ nominee will perform again tonight at the famous bar to another sold-out crowd before heading out on the last leg of the Down Home Tour, which culminates on New Year’s Eve in his home state at Duluth, GA’s Wild Bill’s. Swindell also introduced his new fan club, The Down Home Crew, where fans have exclusive access, discounts and receive early information on all things Cole Swindell. Down Home Crew members also get access to the “Chillin’ It” VIP experiences on select tour stops powered by The Coleman Company, Inc.

Named one of Music Row’s 2015 Next Big Thing artists, Swindell was also just nominated for two of the brand new American Country Countdown Awards (ACCA’s), for Song of the Year for his platinum hit “Chillin’ It,” as well, for Breakthrough Artist Of The Year Presented By Samsung Galaxy.

Samantha Dawn Mutschler

Samantha Dawn Mutschler

I am a country music loving cowgirl with a passion for helping kids with cancer. I was born and raised in Orlando, FL where I currently reside. When I am not submerged in country music, I am a professional photographer, social media junkie, and most importantly devoted to children with cancer. Jesus has blessed me with the gift of crocheting and I started my organization, Unraveled by Samantha Dawn, where I make crochet hats and wigs. I have also had the opportunity to meet and spend time with some of the children that I have made hats for. I look to Country Music for comfort, joy, and relaxing. It’s cool to be part of the very best fan base ever!

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