The Morrison Brothers
30045 Eagle Crest Rd
Milton, DE, 19968
Doors 7:00 PM
Cole Swindell released his second single, "Middle Of A Memory," from sophomore album You Should Be Here, and within just days was the most added song at country radio. "Middle Of A Memory" is streaming close to 1.5 million streams/week.
The multi-week No. 1 single "You Should Be Here," the debut and title track from his just released sophomore album shot to No. 1 on the iTunes Country chart and Top 10 on iTunes All Genre within hours of its release. The song was the most added at country radio the day it released. "You Should Be Here" vaulted to the Top 25 on Billboard Country singles chart before the song officially went for adds at radio. "You Should Be Here," his fastest rising single to date hit No. 1 on the Billboard country singles chart in just 15 weeks. It was No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart (which includes streaming, radio airplay and digital sales) for four consecutive weeks and was a multi-week No. 1 on both Billboard and Mediabase country singles charts. The song already boasts over 50 million streams, 700,000 tracks sold and the video for "You Should Be Here" has more than 24 million YouTube views.
Cole Swindell's self-titled debut album, certified Platinum by the RIAA, includes four back-to-back No.1 singles "Let Me See Ya Girl," and the first three Platinum-certified singles "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," "Ain't Worth The Whiskey" and "Chillin' It" making him the only solo male artist in the history of Country Aircheck/Mediabase to top the chart with his four singles. To date, Swindell has sold over 1.4 million total album equivalents in the two years since his debut, including 4.8 million tracks sold and 330 million streams. In 2015 the Georgia native won the ACM New Artist of the Year, was named to Billboard's Top New Country Artists, awarded CMA's "Triple Play Award" for having (at least) three No. 1 songs in the past twelve months, and was the only performer to claim the title in 2015. He was nominated for CMA Awards' "New Artist of the Year" and named Music Row's Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year, with celebrated songwriting credits which include "This Is How We Roll" by Florida Georgia Line, "Get Me Some of That" by Thomas Rhett, and several songs with Luke Bryan such as his No. 1 single "Roller Coaster," among others. Swindell toured with Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney and headlined his own sold-out "Down Home Tour," as the inaugural country edition of "Monster Energy's Outbreak Tour." He is currently touring with Florida Georgia Line's "Dig Your Roots Tour."
The Morrison Brothers
Drawing on their musical roots in Nashville, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C., The Morrison Brothers Band play a unique brand of country/rock music. Founded in 2007 by brothers Truman and Willie Morrison, the group's award-winning sound took form in their hometown of Washington, DC with the additions of brothers Matt and Kevin Nolan. The band is currently based out of Nashville and is performing regularly in the Eastern, Mid-Western, and Southern U.S. In the last few years, The Morrison Brothers Band has opened for Merle Haggard, Leon Russell, Frankie Ballard, Maggie Rose, Old Dominion and Big Smo, and shared stages with many of the biggest acts in country music today from Alan Jackson to Alison Krauss to Tim McGraw. In 2014, with over 8,000 submissions worldwide, the band won 1st place in the country category in the "Unsigned Only" music competition for their song "Little Miss Whiskey" off their album State of the Union. The band also recently wrote and recorded the new theme song for The Washington Capitals for Comcast Sports Net, and their video for the song can be seen on television prior to games. The Morrison Brothers highly anticipated new EP, produced by nationally renowned recording artist Maggie Rose, is due to be released in April 2016 and will feature both the group's own original songs as well as a handful of others from several of Nashville's most lauded writers.