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Swindell puts faith in "Break Up in the End"

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 – Cole Swindell will release his ninth career single single "Break Up In The End" to radio on Feb. 26.

"Break Up In The End," written by Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon, is the debut single from his upcoming third Warner Bros. Records album.

"Knowing that everyone is about to hear this song is something I have been waiting on since the day I first heard it," said Swindell. "I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message. I'm excited and confident in the strength of 'Break Up In The End' and it being the first song from my upcoming third album. This is the perfect set up of what's to come."

Swindell has enjoyed seven number one singles as a solo artist, 10 as a songwriter, five Platinum singles, one Platinum album and one Gold album.

The Georgia native launched his first career headlining Reason To Drink Tour last weekend with sold-out shows. He continues this weekend with shows in Brookings, S.D., Madison, Wisc. and Columbia, Mo. Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina are opening the shows..

Tour dates are:
Feb. 22 Brookings, SD Swiftel Center
Feb 23 Madison, WI The Coliseum at Alliant Energy Center
Feb 24 Columbia, MO Mizzou Arena
March 2 Hershey, PA Giant Center
March 3 Kingston, RI Ryan Center
March 8 Asheville, NC U.S. Cellular Center Asheville
March 9 Fayetteville, NC Crown Coliseum
March 10 Columbia, SC Colonial Life Arena
March 15 Saginaw, MI Dow Event Center
March 16 Kalamazoo, MI Wings Event Center
March 17 Bloomington, IL Grossinger Motors Arena
March 22 Huntington, WV The Big Sandy Superstore Arena
March 23 Roanoke, VA Berglund Center
March 24 Corbin, KY The Corbin Arena

April 6 Temecula, CA The Summit at Pechango Casino

April 7 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theater

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Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Three years late(r), wait for Dickinson and Sisters of the Strawberry Moon was worth it – The album, "Solstice," coming out this Friday from Luther Dickinson and Sisters of the Strawberry Moon, took "only" three years to be released by New West. The recording sessions were an outgrowth of a few friends getting together and recording music. Those friends would be folks like Birds of Chicago and Amy Helm (on the album,... »»»
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