Thursday, September 8, 2011

Stefano, Paul and Pia discuss how they "Prank" Scotty, lol

Scotty McCreery Talks about next year & his God- Given talent







Scotty McCreery Talks About His Plans for Next Year + His ‘God-Given’ Talent
by: Sara D. Anderson 5 hours ago

“Auburn’s coming back — should be interesting,” a confident Scotty McCreery states during the beginning of his interview. The Season 10 ‘American Idol‘ winner is catching some downtime in front of the tube, watching the Auburn vs. Utah State college football game before he has to hit the stage in Uncasville, Conn. for the last leg of the American Idols Live! tour.
With that sort of confidence comes an easygoing persona, which resonates well with the 17-year-old — even when he’s not performing. Of course, America fell in love with him just as soon as he debuted his lower-register Josh Turner vocals, a sly grin, and a distinctive microphone grip. Now the Garner, N.C. native has inked a deal with Mercury Nashville and is getting ready to release his first album, ‘Clear as Day’ on Oct. 4.
McCreery chats with PopCrush about the “good things” with girls, his favorite tracks off the upcoming album, plans for his senior year, and his “God-given” talent, which he cites as his rhythm.
… But his other talent? Trusting his instincts. After our interview, Auburn left with a win, 42 to 38.
You say that you feel like your second single, ‘The Trouble With Girls,’ was written just for you. How do you relate to the lyrics?
I think a lot of guys can relate to these lyrics, a lot of guys and a lot of girls. Girls that like to hear those things said to them, and guys feel, well, for me, it’s tough to say those things, but uh, it’s relatable [sic]. It’s been tough for me these past couple of years, I haven’t had a girlfriend in three or four years now, so, I guess you could say I’ve had trouble with girls … But the song’s not necessarily about that kind of trouble with girls. It’s more of a sweet song, talking about how pretty [they are] and all kinds of good things about the girls.
You’ve mentioned that you are going back to Garner High in September/October to finish up senior year. What are you looking forward to the most?
Just getting back and being somewhat normal. I know it won’t be the same that it was back before I did this, and I’m not expecting it to be — I know my life’s changed. I just want to go back and see people I’ve grown up with and not totally forget about the life I had before this, you know? That’s what made me who I am today. I’m not going to be walking around school with an ‘American Idol’ T-shirt on. I’m going to just be normal, just a normal kid and hopefully things will work out.
Do you think you’ll consider baseball again in the spring? Maybe pitching?
It’s looking like it. Right now we are looking ahead at what our opportunities are. We’re looking at tour dates and stuff, so depending on whether that interferes or not is something we’ll have to look at, but it’s looking like I might be able to get back for a few games and pitch some.
It will always be a huge part of my life. Baseball and music were my two loves growing up, and now I’ve moved more towards a career in music, but that doesn’t mean I have to give up my love for baseball. I may take it up as a hobby — join a rec league or a travel league while I’m performing and stuff, then I’ll definitely do it. Hopefully I can back and play with the boys at the high school. We’ll see how that works out.
You’ve had a few memorable duets since your stint on ‘American Idol.’ Which performance did you have the most fun doing or what was the most memorable and why?
The finale night with Tim McGraw was just incredible. I mean being there, being on that final stage for ‘American Idol’ and singing with one of my idols that I have grown up listening to, it was just an amazing moment to be there. And then, the other one would’ve been singing with Josh Turner at LP field during CMA Fest in Nashville, and walking out on stage and seeing 70,000 people looking at me and flash bulbs going crazy. It was a pretty intense moment, but a lot of fun. Those two definitely stand out.
Tell me what the title track, ‘Clear as Day,’ is about:
It’s a serious song. It’s starts off talking about a football game and a lot of stuff a lot of guys my age, and everybody went through — everybody can relate to it. It talks about the partying after the game, the big victory, but then it gets really serious and takes a big twist so … It’s definitely one of my favorites. I’ve got a few favorites. ‘Trouble With Girls’ is one and this is another one. It’s definitely going to be one worth listening to.
Would you like ‘Clear as Day’ to be your next single?
We’ll see … Hopefully the next single I can put out something a little different. ‘Clear as Day’ is kind of that same ballad-y kind of song, so we’ll see. It’s not like I’m saying I have to do a ballad-y kind of song .. Whatever happens naturally will happen.
You’ve been playing guitar since you were a kid. What’s one of your favorite songs to play?
On my album?
Sure.
Well … I’ve been meaning to ask my manager and my producer for a chord sheet. I’ve been playing the guitar for a while so I know everything about it, it’s just I’m not one of those guys who can listen to a song and pick out [the chords]. So, I need to contact my people a say, ‘Look, can you get me a chord sheet so I can learn these things?’ They need to do it pretty quick because all of the promotion stuff is coming up.
Do you think you might play guitar on your sophomore album?
We’ll see what works out. The musicians in Nashville are out-of-this-world, so I can play the guitar okay, but those guys are just incredible, so I wouldn’t want to sacrifice that just to say I played on my record.
Your guitar teacher Gary Epperson, said: “His very first lesson, he had a strum, he had rhythm, something I’d not seen in a 9 year old.” Where did you learn those techniques at such a young age?
I’m not really 100 percent sure. It’s one of the things he pointed out when my mom would pick me up [from practice] and said, ‘he has such natural rhythm’ … I guess it’s just God-given. You know everybody has that certain thing where God blessed them with something and gives them that special talent whether it’s music or sports or writing or anything. So, just one of those things God blessed me with — the rhythm. I think that’s what he was talking about.
Which pop stars do you listen to and/or like?
Pop? I’ve only listened to country my whole life. But [I like the] Kelly Clarkson stuff she’s doing and she’s about to put out a new album pretty soon, I think. It will be cool to see that. And she’s done some stuff with country artists as well so.
Yep. The Jason Aldean duet, ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay.’
That was incredible. One of the best songs this year.
Lauren Alaina got a marriage proposal last week that was captured on YouTube. Do you get them often?
Yeah, I get marriage proposals, prom proposals. I’ve had ring pops given to me and put on my left hand, my left finger. It’s all funny stuff. We take it, we laugh about it, we go along with it. It’s all in good fun.
What’s your favorite song to perform on the American Idol Live! Tour?
Probably ‘Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not’ or ‘Gone.’ ‘Gone’ is a lot of fun. It’s upbeat, it’s energetic, it gets the crowd into it. It’s probably the favorite.

Scotty McCreery 9/8/11 Fitz Podcast interview

9/8/11 Fitz Podcast-Scotty McReary Interview

Scotty McCreery Online Voting and Radio requesting

In a constant effort to make things easier for ALL of us, we've added another tab.  Instead of all the voting/requesting information on one page, we've made 2 separate pages.  Hopefully this will make it a little easier to vote or request.  Radio station requesting in one and online poll voting in another. 

Everything on one page seemed a little confusing to me. Hopefully this is easier for everybody.

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Scotty McCreery Pictures posted by his dad on twitter

Scotty inside the Green Monster


Scotty at Nubble Light 15 min from where his dad grew up

Scotty & his Mom, Judy after a short hike on the coast of Maine

Scotty McCreery QDR 94.7 TV Commercial

Scott McCreery M&G after show in New Hampshire

Credit to: top10idolsfan

Scotty McCreery OCC Back Home With Scotty

Scotty back home encouraging people to Pack A Shoe Box and talking about how he has the chance to shine the light thru his actions and the songs he sings

Preorder Clear As Day: Deluxe Edition on Walmart.com


You can preorder the Deluxe Edition of Clear As Day sold exclusively at Walmart. Here are the details found on Walmart.com:

This Deluxe Edition version of Scotty McCreery's Clear As Day includes the American Idol winner's 12-song debut CD, plus exclusive items you'll find only at Walmart. This limited edition 'ZinePak, or magazine pack, includes a 72-page collectible publication with dozens of rare and never-before-seen photos, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes commentary. It also includes an exclusive set of four Scotty McCreery baseball cards and three bonus postcards. 500 random lucky fans will also find an authentic Scotty autographed photo inside! Scotty helped personally create and edit this limited edition package during the summer of 2011, making it a must-have for true fans.

Scotty McCreery "The Trouble With Girls" Sales

The first week sales for Scotty McCreerys newest single The Trouble With Girls is 24,000.  Considering only the online fans really know it's out there, I think that's a good start!

 It's a far cry from ILYB, but be reminded that he performed  that on the AI finale in front of 29million, and the press following that win was through the roof.  This song needs air play! We the fans HAVE to request it :)  Please visit the request and voting tab, locate your local country station, and request.  Call, email, text - there are many ways to request his song.  Just remember and repeat this mantra. Don't Tick off the DJ's <--   Over requesting can also backfire, and cause the DJ's to mock the fans or Scotty on the radio, and that's something we don't want. Be polite, ask to hear his latest song TTWG. If they say they'll play it, and then they don't. Please don't call back and complain, just request it again the next day, or day after.  Again, I'm not sure what the official add date for the song is. I'm not even sure where to get that infomation, so if anybody knows please say so in the comment section.  :)  Let's remember where we got him. NUMBER ONE, I think we can do it again :)

http://kmle108.radio.com/2011/09/07/hump-it-or-dump-it-scotty-mccreery-the-trouble-with-girls/ PLEASE GO HERE AND VOTE FOR SCOTTYS SONG. THIS IS A RADIO POLL ASKING IF IT SHOULD BE DUMPED. UMM OF COURSE NOT. SO PLEASE GO AND DO NOT CHOOSE DUMP

I'm not really thrilled with their use of wording to pick or kick the song, but you should be able to figure out which to click that tell the station you like it.

EDIT: ALSO, this site will help you locate your local radio station. http://radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/locate?se...p;x=14&y=12  I will add  this to the voting and requesting tab. :)

Scotty McCreery UMG Nashville

I'm not sure if any of you have seen this. It's Scotty's official UMG Nashville page.  Additionaly, I think Scotty should make a Video Vlog.  That is all :)

http://www.umgnashville.com/scottymccreery/photos/ <--- Go here :)