Making history is always exciting, so before we get to the good stuff, I’d like to point out that this is the first (of hopefully many!) Country shows that I’ve personally covered, as well as Soundlink Magazine has covered! Mini round of applause for that!
Now that’s out the way…
Cole Swindell has spent almost the entirety of 2017 on the road, supporting Dierks Bentley on his “What the Hell” tour, and finally Cole has had time to swing off some headline dates. He brought his tour to the Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland a few nights ago, and what a sight it was to see.
When Cole’s set started, he came out on top of some video screen riser’s and performed “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” to a room full of loud cheers. Throughout the rest of the set, Cole performed a ton of material, cuts from his most recent album “You Should Be Here” including “Flatliner”, “Middle of a Memory”, “No Can Left Behind”, & “Remember Boys”, even more songs from his self titled album including “Chillin’ It”, “Brought To You By Beer”, “Aint Worth The Whiskey”, a few songs from Cole’s Down Home Sessions as well as a cover of Brooks & Dunn’s “Red Dirt Road” before closing out the set with an Encore of “You Should Be Here”, and “Let Me See Ya Girl”. Cole performed for around 75 minutes, and the crowd, including myself enjoyed every second of the show and the beautiful production surrounding it.
Be sure to catch Cole’s remaining dates for 2017, which are listed below!
October 19 – Fort Smith Convention Center – Fort Smith, AR
October 20 – BankPlus Amphitheater @ Snowden Grove – Southaven, MS
October 21 – Show Me Center – Cape Girardeau, MO
November 2 – Kansas City Live! at The Power and Light District – Kansas City, MO
November 3 – Stampede Houston – Houston, TX
November 9 – Germain Arena – Estero, FL