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article imageReview: Cole Swindell performs moving song live at 4 World Trade Center Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 10, 2016 in Music
New York - On May 10, country singer Cole Swindell performed his title track "You Should Be Here" live at the World Trade Center in New York City.
"You Should Be Here" marked Swindell's first-ever performance at 4 World Trade Center, and it was televised on Fox & Friends.
In his Fox & Friends interview prior to this performance, Swindell said, "I want everybody to know that is honestly the most special thing I've ever got a chance to do. This is the most special song that I could sing. I respect this place and the families and everybody that was involved. I think everybody was affected by Sept. 11."
It was followed by an emotional acoustic performance of "You Should Be Here," which was in memory of the people that lost their lives on Sept. 11. It is also a song that Swindell wrote in memory of his late father.
Country fans and listeners can check out his entire live performance at 4 World Trade Center by clicking here.
His album release concert at Gramercy Theatre in New York City on May 8 garnered a glowing review from Digital Journal.
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