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Cole Swindell just tugged on some major heartstrings with this new performance YouTube/GMA

Country music fans have long loved Cole Swindell. But what some may forget is that outside the cozy country genre, there are people out there who might not even know who the heck Cole Swindell even is.

It is those people that Cole touched on the morning of May 9, when he appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America” to perform his latest hit single, “You Should Be Here,” from his brand-new album by the same name.

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It was the first of a number of appearances scheduled in support of the album’s release. In the coming days, the country sensation is also set to perform on “Fox & Friends” May 10, where he will make history by performing the first ever live concert from One World Observatory at One World Trade Center to what a press release refers to as “a very special audience.”

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Cole will also perform on both “Today” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” May 11. He also just released his brand-new single, “Middle of a Memory,” to country radio.

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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