Vegas shooting victim covered Cole Swindell song

Along with several other country artists, Cole Swindell is devastated by the deadly tragedy that occurred at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas. Although he was not at the festival when the tragedy occurred, he is vowing to do all that he can to help music fans all  over the country heal.

“I just know that this is what we do: We write songs, we sing them, ”  Swindell shared with The Boot and other reporters at a recent media  event. “We’ve all had Vegas on our minds … I wasn’t there, so I don’t  think you can comprehend what those folks went through without being  there, but I can only imagine … I’m going to keep showing up, playing  music, as long as they keep showing up. It’s a big family.”

One of the victims of the shooting, Brennan Stewart, was a singer who recorded a cover of Swindell’s hit single “You Should Be Here” before he died.  

“I’ve been in contact with his family. I have a show coming up in  Vegas in December. I can’t wait to get in touch with them and meet them,” Swindell shares.

“To  know that guy covered my song, was a fan of not just my music but every  country artist — it’s an honor to know I’m going to get [to play] that  song and think about him for a long time,” Swindell adds.



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