Go Behind-the-Scenes of Cole Swindell’s ‘Ain’t Worth the Whiskey’ Video Shoot
Cole Swindell spent a good deal of time behind-the-scenes of the Nashville music community with a guitar and a pencil, writing hits for other artists. He's now the man in front, and we look behind-the-scenes of HIS latest video.
Cole Swindell started as a guy selling t-shirts for frat brother, Luke Bryan. Eventually, he was writing songs for Bryan and some of the biggest names in country music. Other than Luke Bryan, Swindell has penned songs for Florida Georgia Line, Craig Campbell, Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery and Chris Young.
Swindell released his first single, "Chillin' It", as an independant artist, but it wasn't long before the wolves... I mean, record reps.... were circling. His debut LP, Cole Swindell, peaked at #2 (so far) on the charts, and the record has spawned three top-10 hits, including the million-selling "Chillin' It".
His latest single, "Ain't Worth the Whiskey" is currently at #3 on the charts and still rising. Swindell took time out in early February to send a post to the social media masses asking for extras for the video shoot. He got quite a response. Got behind-the-scenes of Cole Swindell's latest video.