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Cole Swindell Shares Details of Song He Wrote for His Father
Cole Swindell Shares Details of Song He Wrote for His Father
Cole Swindell is currently climbing up the charts with "Let Me See Ya Girl," the fourth and final single from his eponymous freshman album. He isn't sure which song from his upcoming sophomore record will be selected as his next single, but he does know that the project will include a very special song that will definitely be hitting the airwaves at some point down the line.
Joe Diffie Says Music Industry Changes Are 'Good and Bad'
Joe Diffie Says Music Industry Changes Are 'Good and Bad'
There's no question that country music has changed a lot in the 25 years since Joe Diffie released his first album, A Thousand Winding Roads, in 1990 -- and many of the music industry's biggest changes have affected more than just the country world. Many artists have struggled with the rise of digital platforms and other shifts, and Diffie believes that these recent developments have both positives and negatives.
Cole Swindell Says His Mother Keeps Him Grounded
Cole Swindell Says His Mother Keeps Him Grounded
Cole Swindell found success in country music quickly: His eponymous freshman album was released last year, and its first three singles -- "Chillin' It," "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight" and "Ain't Worth the Whiskey" -- each landed at the top of the charts and went either gold or platinum. But now, as "Let Me See Ya Girl," his fourth and final single from the record, is climbing the charts, Swindell says that he isn't at all worried if he'll continue his winning streak, thanks to his level-headed mother.