Cole Swindell is dating his girlfriend Courtney Little since 2020. The couple met on Cole's music video shoot and started dating soon after. Everything about Cole's current partner.
An American country music singer and songwriter, Colden Rainey "Cole" Swindell AKA Cole Swindell has been a leading name in the realm of country music. An anchor of the breezy country-pop sound that became known as bro-country in the 2010s, Swindell has written music for huge country singers and has been striving in the field for quite a while now. A singer and songwriter with huge successful projects on his name, Collin Swindell has set a mark on the music industry and fans are now eager to dive into his personal life and know who his girlfriend is, and if he has one or not.
Born on June 30, 1983, in Bronwood, Georgia, to William Keith Swindell and Betty Carol Rainey, Swindell has two brothers and a stepbrother. The songwriter attended Terrell Academy in Dawson, Georgia, and went on to Georgia Southern University, where he majored in marketing.
Cole's musical journey began he met Luke Bryan while in college. The two were in the same fraternity Sigma Chi and eventually became good friends. As Bryan went back to performing in shows, Swindell joined Bryan's crew after graduating from university in 2007, selling items for the singer and writing songs in his leisure time. Cole did it for 3 hours. All in all Cole Swindell has produced successful music and worked behind the curtains contributing to the field. It's only natural for fans to want to know more about his current love life and about his current girlfriend
Cole Swindell Girlfriend - Dating GF Courtney Little Less Than a Year!
Cole Swindell is currently dating his girlfriend Courtney Little. They have been dating since appearing together in Cole's music video for the song Some Habits.
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Cole Swindell has confirmed that he is dating the one on his Some Habits. She has also appeared on Swindell's 2021 single Single Saturday Night. Cole Swindell's current girlfriend is Courtney Little, a student at UNCC, owner of Little Sisters Boutique, a former professional dancer for the Charlotte Honeybees of the NBA, and a model.
Courtney first appeared on Swindell's video in 2020 but nothing was immediately confirmed. As Cole has shared in his recent interview on Bobby Bone's show, the pair met a few years back before being together. Cole, being a huge NASCAR fan was immediately attracted to Courtney since she worked for Monster. The two then exchanged numbers and kept in touch over the years but things never went anywhere between the two. It wasn't until Cole selected Courtney to be on his Some Habits video that sparked a fire between the two.
Some Habits was the first date of Cole Swindell and his girlfriend Courtney Little. Though they knew each other for years and texted back and forth, they never really had a thing until months ago. The two officially started dating in September of 2021 and have made their relationship official on their Instagram.
Cole's first post ever was the promo of the music video and fans had already started shipping the two and their chemistry. Immediately, Cole made it official on September 13, 2021, through a post and captioned it, "..It takes somebody like you to make a sinner like me wanna try to be a little more saint.. ??❤️ #SomeHabits". He has ever since been posting his girlfriend Courtney and the fans have been loving the duo. The country-pop artist's most recent post features him and his current girlfriend on a golf trip at Georgia Southern Golf.
Cole Swindell's Current Girlfriend Featured in His Some Habits Music Video
Cole Swindell's songwriting chronicles began in 2010 as he signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Luke Bryan covered a number of Swindell songs, including the classic Roller Coaster, but the young songwriter also had songs sung by Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery, and Craig Campbell.
After gaining enough foothold as a songwriter, Cole eventually released his first debut single "Chillin' it". Swindell's gradual growth caught the attention of Warner Music Nashville and he eventually signed a record deal with them in 2013. Cole's "Chillin' it" was number one on Billboard's Hot Country charts, crossing over to 28 on the pop Top 40.
Eventually, on February 18, 2014, Swindell released his self-titled debut album generated two number one hits on the Country Airplay charts that year. Swindell released The Down Home Sessions, a five-song digital EP, on November 17, 2014. The EP's release is timed to coincide with his same-named headlining tour. In April 2015, Swindell was named the ACM New Artist of the Year.
The first song from the album of the same name, You Should Be Here, was released in December 2015 and quickly rose to the top of the Country Airplay charts in early 2016. Middle of a Memory climbed to the same spot a few months after You Should Be Here was released in May 2016. Swindell's third album, Flatliner, a duet with Dierks Bentley, kept the album in the charts well into 2017 which reached number two on Country Airplay, after which he began work on his third album.
The album, named All of It, was released in August 2018, and it was preceded by the single Break Up at the End, which reached number six on Country Airplay. The singles Down to Earth, All Nighter, and Drinkin' Hour were released the next year. Single Saturday Night was released in 2020, and it was cogitative yet catchy and the video also featured his girlfriend.
Cole Swindell is Playing His Current Single Some Habits At the iHeart Festival
Cole Swindell has recently completed playing for the iHeart Country festival. Taking it to his Instagram, the phenomenal country artist posted a gratitude post with the caption, "Thanks @iheartcountry for a great night in Austin, TX! What a lineup! It’s not every day @georgestrait shows up.. ? we’ll see y’all next time ?? #iHeartCountry"
The beloved artist got the crowd singing along to his biggest songs, marking a memorable moment for fans, on Saturday night, October 30, at the iHeartCountry Festival presented by Capital One. Following Red Solo Cup vocalist Toby Keith, the country star grabbed the stage and opened with Single Saturday Night. During the COVID-19 quarantine, Swindell debuted the music video for the peppy hit last summer, taking himself away to the beach, the desert, and other locations.
"I have loved this song since the first listen and wanted to create a video that was just as special. We had to get really creative shooting because we were still in quarantine, and it ended being one of the most fun videos I’ve ever done. Because of having that extra time I was able to be really involved in the creative and editing process and this video is a snapshot of my quarantine of trying to tune out all of the bad news and dreaming of being back out on the road at live shows with my band and fans." as Swindell shared his emotions regarding Saturday Single Night on an interview with iHeart.
After losing his beloved mother months back, Swindell also paid tributes to loved lost ones on his show, stealing the audience's hearts.