ARTS Pick: Cole Swindell

After writing hits for other Nashville country boys, Cole Swindell wrote one for himself and shot to the top of the charts. He will be “Chllin’ It” at the Jefferson tonight. Photo: Publicity photo After writing hits for other Nashville country boys, Cole Swindell wrote one for himself and shot to the top of the charts. He will be “Chllin’ It” at the Jefferson tonight. Photo: Publicity photo

With the 2013 hit single “Chillin’ It,” Cole Swindell went from a tiny town celebrity to a growing star. He got his first break in Nashville by writing tracks for his Sigma Chi brother Luke Bryan and went on to pen tunes for Thomas Rhett and Scotty McCreery. When Swindell began to write and sing his own songs, his reputation blew up and his own music career took center stage.

Wednesday 8/26. $34-37, 7pm. The Jefferson Theater, 110 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 245-4980.

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