Cole Swindell Releases "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight" As Second Single

After topping the charts with "Chillin' It," Cole Swindell is back with his second single from his self-titled debut album. “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” co-written by the singer, along with Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, and Michael Carter. Get the full scoop here!

Album Review: Cole Swindell - Cole Swindell

"Chillin' It" announced his arrival as a singer/songwriter to watch while also becoming his first big hit. This album suggests that Cole Swindell is going to be here to stay as yet another likeable guy with an everyday, easy going charm to him. See our full review of Cole Swindell here!

"Chillin' It" Singer Cole Swindell To Release Debut Album on February 18

Cole Swindell's career is riding high these days with the "Chillin' It" singer sitting in the Top 10 of Country radio while he prepares the relase of his debut album. Continue on here to find out more about the upcoming album and hear from the singer himself about the project.

Cole Swindell Is "Chillin' It" On Luke Bryan's 2013 Farm Tour

Freshly signed to Warner Brothers Records on the strength of his songwriting for friends Luke Bryan, Craig Campbell ("Outta My Head") and Chris Young, Cole Swindell also has a hit with "Chillin' It." Find out more about the rising star joining Bryan for the upcoming Farm Tour 2014 here!

Audio Track: Cole Swindell - Chillin' It

This newcomer has been garnering airplay on SiriusXM's "The Highway" as part of their 'Highway Find' program. This fun little song is clearly meant for the summertime party months and should appeal to fans of Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church and Chris Young. Listen to "Chillin' It" here.

"Chillin' It" Singer Cole Swindell Signs with Warner Bros. Nashville

Cole Swindell -- previously best known as a songwriter around Nashville -- has joined one of Nashville's biggest labels today with the official announcement of his label deal with Warner Bros. Records. Read on for news (and a video from Cole) about the new deal for the "Chillin' It" singer.