Thursday, September 15, 2011

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Here's the Q Morning Crew's Interview with Scotty on 9/15/11:  Click here.  If the link doesn't work click the one below and scroll down a little bit. :)  

Scotty McCreery Kicks 99 Annual Guitar Pull, James Brown Arena

This is the release, and it would seem our Scotty has 1st billing <3  Hope some of you get out to this show, seems like it's going to be a good one!

Scotty McCreery, Martina McBride playing Augusta's Guitar Pull

Kicks 99s 13th annual Guitar Pull is bringing some popular country talent to James Brown Arena on Nov. 15, including American Idol winner Scotty McCreery and Martina McBride.
The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m.

Other acts performing are Gary Allan, Little Big Town, Jerrod Niemann and Corey Smith.
Tickets are on sale Saturday only at the Champion’s Box Office at James Brown Arena, starting at 10 a.m., according to a release.

Tickets will be $30 with a four-ticket purchase limit. Purchasers must be at least 16 years old with a photo ID. For more information, call James Brown Arena at (706) 722-3521 or Beasley Broadcasting at (706) 396-7000.

Tickets will also be given away at Kicks 99 Guitar Pull ticket stops. Visit for a complete list of ticket stop locations.

From 5 to 6 p.m. today only, Boots, Bridles and Britches in Grovetown and Aiken will each give away one five pack of tickets.

Presented by Boots, Bridles and Britches, Guitar Pull raises funds for the Million Pennies for Kids Campaign, an organization that works with United Way.

The James Brown Arena (formerly known as the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center) is a multi-purpose complex, in Augusta, Georgia.
It features an 8,500

Scotty rejoins the Blue Crew

Scotty McCreery, the reigning "American Idol," was in the stands with his Garner Magnet High School classsmates on Wednesday, rooting on the Trojans in their soccer match against East Wake. (The match ended in a 1-1 tie.) McCreery, seated in the back center in the visor hat, is set to release his first album on Oct. 4. The former Garner High baseball player is returning to Garner Magnet High School for his senior year of classes.

WQDR's Interview with Scotty 9.15.11

A download link for Scotty's interview from this morning can be found on If you scroll down a little bit, it can be found underneath his picture.

It can also be found on their Facebook page at (Note: You do not have to have a Facebook account to listen).

REVIEW: Scotty McCreery “The Trouble with Girls” | Keepin' it Country

REVIEW: Scotty McCreery “The Trouble with Girls”
As Johnny Cash would say, Scotty McCreery is walking the line. While he’s not staying on the straight and narrow for a lover, he is playing a very precarious balancing act between old school country and a contemporary sound. His latest single, “The Trouble with Girls,” continues to put him on a middle of the road trajectory, smartly attracting both the tweens and their mothers. “Trouble” is about the never-ending confusion (and attraction) guys have when it comes to girls and shows McCreery in the same sweet, safe light as his first single, “I Love You This Big.”
Lyrically, the song is much less mature than “Big,” a good thing since McCreery’s only seventeen so it might be a bit soon to be talking about a lifelong love. The lyrics here are also more playful, particularly the hook “The trouble with girls is nobody loves trouble as much as me” and the music is less smaltzy with memorable piano and strings parts.
McCreery’s deep voice, unusual on radio today, will continue to make girls swoon and, so long as he stays more Tim McGraw than Justin Guarini, he’ll be able to enjoy a long career to come. McCreery’s first album, Clear as Day, comes out on October 4.

Requesting Scotty's Songs On Radio

As of late there has been a lot of debate going on about what a "Anonymous" poster said on Idol Forums, about requesting Scotty's song.  For the record I am not saying they "ARE" or "AREN'T" legitimate.  I am though saying, and feeling something just is "Off" about the situation. Donna and myself have contacted some local stations, and some not so local ones, and DIRECT from the stations seem to be getting the same response.  "As long as your polite, and not demanding all is well."  <-- This is direct from QDR. I emailed them yesterday, and they got back to me right away.  Donna also had a similar response from a station.  We all agree we don't want to hurt Scotty, but we also need to be aware that this is the Internet, and anybody can say anything, anywhere.  I rather take advice straight from the stations, and not a random poster on a forum. 

*So, Request (Locally) if a station takes out of state requests, and you want to do that, apparently   that is fine.


*Don't spam

This seems to be the guidelines.  I also would like to state that NOWHERE do I see any station being spammed on Face Book as "Radioperson" (The screename of the Idol forum user who addressed the fans)  And, NO PLACE do I see or have I heard of any mass mailings.  I don't know everything (but don't let my kids know that, lol)  but I'm just letting the readers here know what we have found out, and what the stations seem to be directly saying.

A screen cap of the return email from QDR.