The Davis Love Foundation announced that it will bring rising country superstar Cole Swindell to the Golden Isles to perform live at The RSM Classic, an Official PGA TOUR Event, sponsored by RSM US LLP, the leading U.S. provider of audit, tax and consulting services focused on the middle market. The concert, presented by Southeast Georgia Health System, will take place on Saturday, November 23 at 7 p.m. at McKinnon St. Simons Island Airport.
“Being from Georgia, going to college here, and loving golf, I couldn’t be more excited to be performing at this event,” said Swindell. “It’s such a cool venue and for a special cause. You should be here.”
“We’re thrilled to bring the Platinum selling artist back to the Golden Isles to perform,” said Davis Love III, tournament host, 21-time PGA TOUR winner and World Golf Hall of Famer. “He is a fantastic performer and one of Georgia’s own. There’s no doubt he’ll be performing before a sell-out crowd. This concert would not be possible without the support of Southeast Georgia Health System and RSM.”
“We are proud to be the Presenting Sponsor of this concert along with the tournament’s youth activities, as well as the Official Medical Provider for this prestigious event,” said Michael D. Scherneck, President and CEO of Southeast Georgia Health System. “The RSM Classic is a world-class event that attracts visitors to our beautiful Golden Isles and we are happy to partner with the Davis Love Foundation on an event that has such a positive impact on our community.”
Cole Swindell released his debut album on Warner Music Nashville in 2014 and the album’s debut single “Chillin’ It” became his first No. 1 single from his now certified Platinum self-titled debut album. In the five years since his debut, the proud Georgia native has given fans some of the biggest songs that have defined country music over the past five years including “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” “Let Me See Ya Girl,” “Middle of a Memory,” “You Should Be Here” and his most recent Grammy/ACM nominated “Break Up In The End.”
Swindell has made a priority of keeping fans engaged with releasing new music digitally and directly to them with his Down Home Sessions series of EPs. In celebration of his five years as a recording artist, the rising superstar kicked off the summer with the release of a new song from the upcoming EP Down Home Sessions V. He is releasing five songs, one song each month for five months. He has released two thus far including the June release of “Drinkin’ Hours” and the July release of “All Nighter.”
Tickets can be purchased now as part of the weekly ticket booklet at www.RSMClassic.com. Individual concert tickets are limited and will go on sale August 1.
The RSM Class is an official PGA TOUR FedExCup Event played on the Seaside and Plantation courses at Sea Island Golf Club on St Simons Island. The tournament (which will be held Nov. 21-24) is hosted by the Davis Love Foundation for the purpose of contributing to the well-being and progress of society by supporting both national and community-based programs that focus on children and their families.