Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Scotty McCreery performing You Make That Look Good

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Here's @ScottyMcCreery doing his thing! @UMGNashville #CRS2012 yfrog.com/5ssr7z

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8 comments:

  1. K... did anybody else have weird static that broke their eardrums listening to this?!?!? OUCH!!

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  2. Yes, there was static that interrupted the song intermittently, and the audio was loud. But Scotty sounded strong! It would have been much better with the full band playing.But we are grateful for the video.

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  3. Sounds great to me . . . LOVE that song!

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  4. Nice of someone to send it, but I couldn't listen as it was too broken up. Wonder if anything else will be up later?

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  5. SCOTTY SOUNDED AWESOME AS ALWAYS.

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  6. I couldn't hear anything but static :( wonder why he didn't play his guitar or have the whole band with him on this one? :( oh well --

    i notice that there's one thing that he doesn't do too often now and that's "emote" during his performances now, compared to the AI summer concert tour where he had more audience "contact" and smiled more and seemed to be really having fun up on the stage - maybe he's just tired, too hectic a schedule flying back and forth, and trying to live two lives? that takes a toll of some kind - sometimes when he seems more relaxed and rested it shows, but overall it's not there - but his voice is richer and fuller now - just an observation --

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  7. Perhaps he has been told to let the songs flow. Emoting in every song can come across as a bit "dorky" to professionals, at the very least amateur-ish.

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  8. The fact that YMTLG was the song Scotty sang in front of country radio and with his record label there, I would say that is a good indication that it will be the next released single.

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