Cole Swindell released his highly anticipated sophomore album, You Should Be Here, last week on May 6. Since the album release, Swindell has been making the rounds with several media appearances.

Today was a significantly special one as the country artist appeared on Fox & Friends, and made history as the first-ever artist across all genres to perform a live concert from the Four World Trade Center terrace. The setting for this special performance overlooked the Freedom Tower in New York City.

Cole performed album-titled #1 single, “You Shoud Be Here.” Originally penned as a tribute to his late father, Cole says the song now also takes on an even greater meaning for the families of the 9/11 victims.

Swindell indicates that this performance is the “most special performance” of his career and the artist is humbled by this opportunity.