Cole Swindell Talks Releasing His New Album “All of It,” Getting Back to His Songwriting Roots, Touring With Dustin Lynch & More

Cole Swindell Talks Releasing His New Album “All of It,” Getting Back to His Songwriting Roots, Touring With Dustin Lynch & More

Jim Casey talks with Cole Swindell about:

  • releasing his third studio album, All of It, on Aug. 17
  • the success of lead single, “Break Up In the End”
  • co-writing five of the 12 songs on the new album
  • listening to a lot of outside cuts for the new album
  • carving out time to write songs
  • putting a little bit of everything on the new album, from “Both Sides of the Mississippi” to “Dad’s Old Number”
  • kicking off his six-date All of It Tour on Aug. 17, where Cole will perform every track on the new album
  • teaming with Dustin Lynch and Lauren Alaina on Oct. 4 for more than 20 dates on the Reason to Drink . . . Another Tour

Show Participants:

  • Cole Swindell
  • Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief

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