Colden Rainey Swindell (born June 30, 1983) is an American country music singer and songwriter. He has written singles for Craig Campbell, Thomas Rhett, Scotty McCreery, and Luke Bryan, and has released three albums for Warner Bros. Records Nashville.

He has released twelve singles, ten of which have charted within the Top 5 of Hot Country Songs and/or Country Airplay.

Colson Baker[2] (born April 22, 1990), known professionally as Machine Gun Kelly (MGK), is an American rapper, singer, musician, and actor. He is noted for his compositional blending of contemporary and alternative hip hop with rock.

He also co-wrote Florida Georgia Line's "This Is How We Roll" with Bryan, who was featured on the song. Chris Young also had a song on his A.M. album co-written by Swindell, "Nothin' but the Cooler Left."

 Those looking for a full night of entertainment have the chance at a first-ever dual baseball game and concert combo later this summer.

The Minnesota Twins and 102.9 The Wolf have announced Grammy-nominated country artist Cole Swindell will play the first-ever post-game concert at Target Field — a full 75-minute set following the conclusion of the Twins vs. the Toronto Blue Jays game on Aug. 4. 

Swindell recently released his new album Stereotype, which has charted two back-to-back multi-week No. 1 hits including "Single Saturday Night" and most recently "Never Say Never" — a duet with BBR Music Group’s rising star Lainey Wilson. 

Target Field has hosted 17 concerts and music festivals since opening in 2010, but Swindell is the first in the venue’s 13-year history to perform following a Twins game.

"Twins baseball and country music on a summer evening at Target Field is a fantastic combination," Twins president and CEO Dave St. Peter said in a statement.

"We are thrilled to bring Cole Swindell and his 11 No. 1 hits to our ballpark, and we look forward to sharing a fun night of great baseball and music with our fans."