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Cole Swindell Celebrates Another No. 1 + New Moonshine

Cole Swindell had two reasons to celebrate on Wednesday night. The country singer celebrated a No. 1 song and his new moonshine flavor.

Swindell celebrated the songwriters of “Break Up in the End” at The Cowan at Top Golf. The track is his eighth career No. 1 and now a Grammy-nominated No. 1 single! Jon Nite, Chase McGill and Jessie Jo Dillon penned the song that was recently certified gold.

“This is one of those songs that as a songwriter you come here to write and the kind of song you come to Nashville to hear,” Swindell said. “For me, this is one of those songs. And to think a song like this could have gone to any artist in this town, but the fact that Jon, Chase and Jessie Jo trusted me with it definitely makes it even more special.”

Immediately after the No. 1 party, Swindell opened the doors for hundreds of fans! The Down Home Crew started lining up outside of the venue at 11 AM in the rain to join the music industry crew for the official moonshine launch party.

The party was hosted by Sugarlands Distilling Company to officially launch Swindell’s line of moonshine and his new flavor, Pre Show Punch. This is the follow-up to his Peppermint moonshine, which came out in 2018. They paired up to offer a line of moonshine that captures the spirit of down-home country music fans.

During the party, guests enjoyed a performance by Swindell and his band. They kicked off the set with a performance of his new single, “Love You Too Late,” as well as “Break Up in the End,” “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey,” “Middle of a Memory” and “Chillin’ It.”

Nashville Noise was at the No. 1 party for the country singer. Follow along for all the Noise in Nashville by joining our Instagram fam. While you’re there, give Swindell a follow and download his latest album by clicking on the album artwork below.

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