Where Traditional Meets Today
Country singer and songwriter, Cole Tomlinson was born in Fort Myers, Florida in 2001 and has spent most of his life in Pierce County, Georgia. Honing his skills at an early age, Tomlinson was singing by age 3 and performing as a country music entertainer at 12. Before his 18th birthday Tomlinson had won dozens of singing and songwriting competitions, including back-to-back awards for the Georgia Gospel Country Bluegrass Association Male Entertainer of the Year, Instrumentalist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year, and Georgia Country Teen Artist of the Year.
Tomlinson has toured the Southeast performing nearly 150 shows a year since 2014 and performed as far as Los Angeles. He has opened for major artists including Alan Jackson, Alabama, Montgomery Gentry, Josh Turner and legends such as Clay Walker and Gene Watson. He has compiled a full band with more than 30 years combined experience including touring. Tomlinson has received the attention and respect of industry professionals from Nashville to Los Angeles. His debut single “Dirt Road Princess” featured highly acclaimed musicians Jenee Fleenor, Jim Riley and Brent Mason. His new single , "When This Hat Was New" delivers lyrics that draw a listener in with familiarity, a commanding musical composition, and Cole’s southern twang all tied up in a perfect country package.
ASCAP Songwriter and Publisher
Nashville Songwriter Association International member