Cole Swindell showed off a gruesome eye injury during Dierks Bentley's show in Panama City, Fla., last weekend. The singer showed fans his black eye, and later posed with Bentley for a photo for everyone to see.
A weekend Showdown pitted two very different types of love songs against each other. Cole Swindell's "What if" ballad "Middle of a Memory" faced "Wanna Be That Song," the brand new single from Brett Eldredge. Voting was extremely tight, with Swindell coming out on top to face a second Showdown challenger.
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.
When Cole Swindell first left Georgia for Nashville, he went to work for Luke Bryan. Bryan encouraged the young songwriter to work at his trade, eventually recording 9 of Swindell's songs, including the #1 hit "Roller Coaster".
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