Cole Swindell - Ain't Worth The Whiskey (Official Music Video)

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I'm disgusted that my local radio station blurs out the last verse about raising your glass
Colony Cove Admin1:
I'm new in this position, and it was my predecessor that had a son that just returned, but thank you so much for your love for America, and our wonderful men & women who fight for her!
Doug Edwards:
Great song better yet Thank You all who and are serving ,God Bless yall
Gabriel Ayala:
This song lifted my spirits bitch you ain't worth the whiskeyyyy 😈
Grizzy 77:
One issue. Where the fuck did we get our freedom from fighting Iraq and Afghanistan? Clearly is over controlling the oil market which was owned be the US dollar now countries are objecting to it and considered threats. Before you 9/11 brainwashed people say they attacked our country. Look at the true facts. 1. We gave Iraq nuclear weapons to go to war with Iran. Then we decided Iraq was a nuclear threat when clearly they had no nuclear weapons. Iraq played a big part in the oil market. We gave Osamas group of terrorist 6 billion so we basically funded them. The CIA trained ISIS in Israel promising things America couldn't produce. 3. The northwoods documents. Just because America didn't agree with them during the Kennedy administration. Doesn't mean we wouldn't try it again. America are more xenophobic than ever great time to brainwash and take advantage of them. Now before you accuse me of being anti American, tell me how we are fighting for our freedom overseas with knowledge of true facts. Not just patriotism. Because I love the country I live in. I just hate our power hungry ways. We export jobs for cheap labor to other countries yet we disagree with immigration because they "take our jobs" the list goes on. I work my ass off to be able to support myself in this country never complain about immigration or foreigners knowing we all are immigrants of this country and we make this country run
J Crawford:
Terrific song. Better than almost anything that passes for country music these days
Josh Rowland:
i've served over seas, and i salute Cole for his respect and loyalty to not just his friend kyle, but to the men and women still serving. Amen
Marsha Engler:
I love this video so county and I am a county girl
Ray. CROW Moreno:
Rob Rollend:
Set up the bar...another round!
Damn stuck in hard place right now in this song is what I'm clinging on to.
Thanks for the heart poured out for us, Bro. From an ol crusty country boy. It helps.....
dorothy-may thompson:
Hell no you ain't worth the whiskey! I'll raise my glass to a long lost buddy I ain't seen.
in my opinion no woman is worth the whiskey
silvio van bentum:
Great song, i heard it on my vakation in the USA

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Entertainment Weekly Interview:

Country artist Cole Swindell, who broke out with his 2013 hit “Chillin’ It,” is debuting the official music video for his latest single, “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” today (Thursday) and while the song included a tribute verse to soldiers overseas—”And, yeah, I’m raising my glass to those savin’ our ass overseas”—the video goes one further, saluting Swindell’s fraternity brother and good friend Kyle Davis, who served five tours with U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan.

“It was cool to have Kyle and some of his actual team members in the video—we want to do anything we can to make them feel involved and let them know that we appreciate them, letting us do what we love while they’re out doing that stuff,” Swindell says of the video before humbly adding, “You know, this is my third video and the other two I was just trying not to mess them up.”

Davis appears in the video when Swindell cuts the music and really does raise a glass for a long lost buddy, bringing the soldier on stage for a toast that the crowd (sourced from a twitter invitation from the artist to come help him film the video at a bar in Nashville) goes crazy for, “We wanted the live feel because this is the biggest song I play live. It just shows you the power of that song.”

The singer is grateful for the opportunity to salute his friend and the troops, “It’s nice to know there’s a bigger meaning behind the video than just an ex-girlfriend. And just crazy seeing them have fun and think what we’re doing was so cool while to us it’s like, ‘Dude, you can be in all our videos if you want. You know, thank you for protecting us.”

Swindell, who is currently a finalist for the Academy of County Music New Artist of the Year and the sole country name in iHeart Radio’s Best New Artist category (“I mean, to be nominated with Iggy Azalea and Sam Smith, they don’t even know who I am probably!”) is on tour through the end of August.

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