Monday, August 29, 2011
Scotty McCreery's new Single 'The Trouble With Girls' Debuts Tomorrow
American Idol’ winner Scotty McCreery will debut his brand-new single, ‘The Trouble With Girls’ — the follow-up to ‘I Love You This Big’ — on Tuesday morning with the Q Morning Crew on WQDR in Raleigh, N.C. On Monday, morning radio DJ Mike Wheless tweeted, “I’m gonna play the new single from @ScottyMcCreery (The Trouble With Girls) Tuesday at 7:10!” The radio station will also air an interview with McCreery, who grew up in nearby Garner, N.C.
‘The Trouble With Girls’ was written by veteran Nashville songwriters Chris Tompkins and Philip White. The title seems to suggest a song that will speak to McCreery’s ferocious female fan base. A source close to McCreery says it’s another ballad that has a sneaky twist at the end. Find out for yourself by listening to it tomorrow morning (and reading Taste of Country’s song review after the song premieres).
McCreery has been teasing big news on his Twitter page. This afternoon he said he would be tweeting a big announcement later tonight, and it seems likely that his tweet will be in regards to the new single.
‘I Love You This Big’ is currently a Top 20 hit on the country music charts. It’s the first single from McCreery’s ‘Clear as Day’ album, which will be available on October 4.
Another place to listen to Scotty's new single: Tony Thomas KMPSScotty McCreery's 2nd single? "The Trouble With Girls." Will be my 12 O'clock Test Track tomorrow! On @941kmps!
Scotty tweeted this earlier today:
My new single "The Trouble With Girls" is gonna be hitting radio tomorrow! Listen for it, request it, and lemme know what you think!
The radio DJ from WQDR (Raleigh's country station) tweeted later, “I’m gonna play the new single from @ScottyMcCreery (The Trouble With Girls) Tuesday at 7:10!” also, “Talking to @ScottyMcCreery at 7:08am Tuesday! I’ll find out if he’s gonna finish high school & if so, how!”
MJsbigblog.com reported that “The Trouble With Girls”, is co-written by Chris Tompkins (Before He Cheats) and Philip White who cowrote “I’m Movin On” by Rascal Flatts, “I’m A Survivor” and “He Gets That From Me” by Reba.
Not sure if Scotty has more news or if WQDR "spilled the beans". Either way, if you are able be sure to tune into WQDR tomorrow morning by following this link.
Also, if waking up at 7 eastern time is a little hard, we'll be on the look out for a video or audio link.