The objective of this study was to experimentally observe the effects of externally perturbing a hollow cone spray sheet with acoustic excitation. These effects were quantified by measuring changes in the spray breakup length, swirl angle, and oscillatory behaviour of the sheet edge. We used a pressure swirl nozzle embedded into a swirler with 60° vane angles and a geometric swirl no. of SG = 0.981. Water was used to produce a hollow cone spray sheet and air was used as our swirler agent. For asymmetric forcing, only one side of the spray chamber was attached to a transverse duct (aligned perpendicular to the spray axis) along with two speakers. The duct harmonics were found to be 115 Hz, 204 Hz, and 313 Hz. Our experimental modes were also found to be comparable with results obtained numerically using the acoustic solver package from ANSYS. Our results show that for most cases the spray edges, cone angle, and breakup length responds to the acoustic forcing. While the cone angle increased with air swirl, for some cases without acoustic forcing the breakup length increased with air swirl.