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Album Review

It's called Down Home Sessions, but this 2016 EP is as bright and bold as either of Cole Swindell's albums. Indeed, "Does It Hurt" rides along on a hip-hop loop, the opposite of anything that could be called down-home, but Swindell still sings about six packs and Chevrolets, which is enough to signify that this is country. If the songs feel a little straitlaced — they're so tight, they almost seem like publishing demos — Swindell survives through his sense of craft. He knows the sounds, the hooks, and the themes that will rouse an audience, so these five songs all feel like hits in waiting.

Biography

Born: 30 June 1983 in Bronwood, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Bronwood, Georgia's Cole Swindell is a country singer and songwriter who often adds touches of rock, pop, and hip-hop to his songs. Swindell was a member of the same Sigma Chi fraternity at Georgia Southern University as fellow Georgian Luke Bryan; the two often played shows together, and after Bryan made his move to Nashville, Swindell followed. Six of the songs on Bryan's Spring Break... Here to Party album were written by Swindell; he also contributed songs to albums by Scotty McCreery, Chris...
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