Cole Swindell Reveals His Current Favorite Songs In This Playlist Takeover

Ever wonder what songs your favorite country artists listen to? Here’s your answer!


Lauren Jo Black

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June 11, 2020

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Cole Swindell is taking over the Country Now Spotify playlist this week, sharing a list of over 30 of his current favorite songs. The playlist covers a wide range of country tracks, something that the Georgia native says is what drew him to country music in the first place.

“One of my favorite things about country music is there is a song for every feeling and emotion,” Swindell explains. “These songs are what I have been listening to lately. Hope you enjoy!”

Swindell’s playlist takeover comes just days after the release of his brand new, summer-ready hit, “Single Saturday Night.” Already resonating with his fans far and wide, Swindell has now decided to release the track to country radio.

From Luke Bryan’s “One Margarita” to Miranda Lambert’s “Bluebird” to Morgan Wallen’s “Chasin’ You,” Swindell’s playlist has a song for everyone. Click below to listen!

1. Cole Swindell – “Single Saturday Night”
3. Ingrid Andress – “The Stranger”
4. Trea Landon – “Wrong Truck”
5. Florida Georgia Line – “I Love My Country”
6. Luke Bryan – “One Margarita”
7. Miranda Lambert – “Bluebird”
8. Scotty McCreery – “In Between”
9. Chris Young – “Raised on Country”
10. Dierks Bentley – ”Living”
11. Lauren Alaina – “Getting Good”
12. Jon Langston – “Drinks”
13. Little Big Town – “Wine, Beer, Whiskey”
14. Thomas Rhett – “Beer Can’t Fix”
15. Morgan Wallen – “Chasin’ You”
16. Caylee Hammack – “Family Tree”
17. Dustin Lynch – “Momma’s House”
18. Maddie & Tae – “Everywhere I’m Goin’”
19. Lady A – “Champagne Night”
20. Tim McGraw – “I Called Mama”
21. Gabby Barrett – “I Hope”
22. Maren Morris – “The Bones”
23. Lainey Wilson – “LA”
24. Travis Denning – “After A Few”
25. Sam Hunt – “Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90’s”
26. Jameson Rodgers – “Some Girls”
27. Luke Combs – “Beer Never Broke My Heart”
28. Brothers Osborne – “All Night”
29. Eric Church – “Higher Wire”
30. ERNEST – “Sugar”
31. Kelsea Ballerini – “hole in the bottle”

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