Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here” Takes On Special Meaning After Vegas

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Brennan Stewart, 30, was among the 58 people killed during the cowardly attack last weekend..

He was a Las Vegas native & LOVED country according to his Facebook profile: 

“I  really enjoy singing/songwriting! Music is my passion! If country music  ever disappeared I feel like I would too. after a long day of work I go  pick up the old Geetar and strum my stresses away! Or I just drink em  away lol but ya I’m just your average blue jean, Copenhagen ring, worn  out boots and a plain T kinda guy. nothin’ too fancy here.”

On his Facebook page, You'll find Brennan covering a number  of country songs, including Luke Combs’ “Hurricane,” Jason Aldean’s “A  Little More Summertime” and Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here,” a song  Cole co-penned about the death of his father.

The news of Brennan’s death reached Cole, who watched Brennan’s cover  of “You Should Be Here,” which now has more than 200,000 views.

Cole posted a message and photo of Brennan on Instagram on Thursday, you can read it below.  

This is Brennan Stewart.. HUGE country music fan. He was 1 of the 58 that never made it home Sunday night. I’ve seen his cover of “You Should Be Here” and it’s absolutely heartbreaking. I will be thinking of him and the others who lost their lives every time I sing that song.. hope to connect with his family when I’m in Vegas in December. 🙏🏻

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