Cole Swindell’s new album was missing something, so when he heard “All of It” for the first time, he knew he had to record it.
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“I think there are more songs on this album, like ‘Break Up In The End,’ that are going to tug at people’s heartstrings because that’s where I’m at in my career, but I still have the fun stuff that got me here,” Swindell said.
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Swindell’s third studio album, All of It, will arrive on August 17.
Swindell honors everyone who made a difference in his life by returning to his hometown in the poignant video, even giving a subtle shoutout to his late father.
You can find Swindell eating a wing or two of hot chicken, or dancing downtown at one of the local honkytonks!
“It’s not just, to me, about one person. It’s about everybody. I think we’re all going to be able to relate to it no matter what your profession is,” Swindell said.
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The Cracker Barrel Country Roads Stage will host three nights of packed lineups beginning at 7pm Thursday, June 7 through Saturday, June 9.
Viewers watch the highs and lows of Swindell’s on-screen romance, from the worst moments at the start to the best beginnings at the end.
“It’s just nice to see the folks that do what you do and being a big music fan there’s always legends there that it’s just crazy to see them and know that I’m in this format,” Swindell said.
Midland, Cam, Kristian Bush, Lindsay Ell, LoCash, Parmalee, Eric Paslay, Cole Swindell, RaeLynn, Chris Janson, Rodney Atkins and Rhett Akins will all be a part of the festivities as well, contributing their voices to the worthy cause.
“We find something green to where and put on a show, maybe have some Irish beer and whatever. But if it’s another excuse to have fun, I’m in,” Swindell admitted.
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“Knowing that everyone is about to hear this song is something I have been waiting on since the day I first heard it,” Swindell said of the track.
Brantley Gilbert will also be headlining the three- day event at the iconic Gorge Amphitheater in Washington.
Other artists included on the announced lineup at this time are Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Luke Combs, Billy Currington, Dan + Shay, Jon Pardi and Brett Young.