Three Chart-Toppers, Three Bars: Cole Swindell Redefines the Music City #1 Party

Warner Music NashvilleWhat better way to celebrate three number ones in a row than with a bar crawl in Nashville? Well, that’s exactly what Cole Swindell did this week in Music City.

The party started at South on Demonbreun Street, not too far from Music Row, with a toast for “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight.” The hundred-person crowd then relocated to the watering hole next door, The Dawg House, to commemorate “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey,” before wrapping up at the nearby Tin Roof, with a round for “Let Me See Ya Girl.”

It looks like another party could soon be in order for Cole. His latest single, “Middle of a Memory,” is currently closing in on the top ten.

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