Before he was to play in front of a sold-out hometown crowd at the Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville for Dierks Bentley’s “What the Hell World Tour,” Platinum-selling recording artist Cole Swindell was surprised by his Warner Bros. Records family. Swindell was presented with a plaque marking the Gold-certification of his sixth consecutive and most recent No. 1 single “Middle of a Memory” from his sophomore album You Should Be Here which has also already sold over 500,000+ albums. Every one of the singles Swindell has released since he signed with Warner Bros. Records three years ago has not only all gone to No. 1 on the country charts but every single has been certified by the RIAA for reaching Gold (500,000+) and/or Platinum (1,000,000) status.
“Middle of a Memory” joins the impressive list of RIAA certified hits for Swindell which include four Platinum-certified singles “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” “Chillin’ It” and his massive 1 Billion audience reaching “You Should Be Here” and now two Gold-certified singles with “Middle of a Memory” joining “Let Me See Ya Girl.”
The Georgia native’s current single “Flatliner” featuring his mentor/good friend and 2017 tour mate, Grammy nominee Dierks Bentley goes for official radio adds TODAY. “Flatliner,” written by Swindell, Matt Brownleewe and Jaron Boyer, is the third single from Swindell’s sophomore album You Should Be Here.
Swindell is currently on Dierks Bentley’s “What the Hell World Tour” which kicked off last week with sold out shows including the tour stop at Bridgestone Arena in their hometown of Nashville.