Monday, July 2, 2012

Scotty's Instagram

For those of you that might have missed it, the 'ScottyMcCreery' on Instagram is a fake account. Scotty tweeted today asking fans if he should get one and then based on responses found out about the fake account. 




@ScottyMcCreery debating whether to get an instagram or not… is it worth it? haha

@ScottyMcCreery yall sound like i should.. i dont take a ton of pics but ill get it sometime soon👍📷

36 comments:

  1. Nice article about Scotty by Courtney Little @ news telegram.com

    Idol, Scott McCreery, fans shine at Indian Ranch.
    Would be nice if someone can post it here.

    Thanks

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    1. I actually read that yesterday, and it sounded like an amazing show! Too bad I couldn't be there though. :( Can't wait for video from the show!

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  2. Will you type out the website here so we can cut and paste??

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    1. Search Courtney Little news telegram.com and several sites will show up. You'll find it.

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  3. ....."subtle but signature leg kick" ha ha ha I'll look for that next time I see him. Haven't noticed that before. Love it!!!!!

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    1. He does it all the time that now observers are calling it a " signature kick". Try to view one video...singing fast song....like WTT or WITCWM. He is also stamping his left foot to go with the rhythm and wiggle his shoulders a bit. I hope that next time he will have a dance move. Well, he is definitely reinventing himself. He is fast improving. And of course it comes with age and his excellent attitude. I'm so happy to see him grow into a country legend as he grows older....i hope to still be around to witness this.

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    2. He also still "twirls" and "points" his microphone. I've noticed that all along. What a character! you gotta love him!

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    3. Mom4scm---Me, too!...A Gramma 4 Scotty

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  4. LINK to the articel. Enjoy

    http://www.telegram.com/article/20120701/NEWS/120709974/1312

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    1. Thanks for the link. Loved the article and I loved to hear that it was the first sold out concert at that venue for the season so far.

      As far as the mannerisms that Scotty shows on stage, I've been watching his videos and noticed that a long time ago. Of course, I notice things like that ( and I have also watch his videos over and over)but he's evolving and growing and they're his own personal mannerisms. Look at any of the other stars...Example: Luke Bryan and his hopping up & down and Hip wigglying, Martina McBride and how she holds her arm up in the air, etc.

      ...and he looks cute doing it. :) It's so Scotty.

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  5. I noticed that "signature leg kick" a long time ago too! :) Ahd he does love to twirl that microphone! He's certainly gotten so much more comfortable performing live and really owns that stage all the time!

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    1. Yes he dropped the mike once again at his VA beach concert but that is a funny part IMO. This is a kid playing and performing at the same time and he can recover from the situation so beautifully. I just couldnt remember anymore on which song. With a lot of videos for the whole month...I am already doing overtime viewing them. I cant contain the overwhelming feeling for this kid...It seems like I am a frustrated mother to him ( thinking about my son who is away from me).

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  6. Why do some people feel the need to create fake accounts!!! I hope there's a way to trace these entities and block them altogether!

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  7. Scotty is growing in every way and he knows humans and how to engage and wow the audience. This kid is something else ! And his success- oh wow

    "first sold out for the season " according to he manager. But actually it was not only the first sold out of the season but EVER! We have a young superstar here - ya ya

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    1. WOW! That's great to hear. Scotty is definately a star.

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  8. NEW VIDEO: Scotty McCreery - Walk In The Country (Indian Ranch 7/1/12)

    (Published on Jul 1, 2012 by rpattzgirl1234)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nguds8yuAU


    NOTE: not such a good video, but it's the only one I've come across so far.

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    1. MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW (Indian Ranch 7/1/12)

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gRfftH-rOw


      (Published on Jul 1, 2012 by rpattzgirl1234)

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  9. NEW VIDEOS: uploaded on YouTube by SarahPilk09.

    SUSQUEHANNA BANK CENTER, CAMDEN, NJ, 6-30-12.


    WALK IN THE COUNTRY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUauKuCfCUM&feature=relmfu


    WRITE MY NUMBER ON YOUR HAND

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdtSmfdMGIU


    YOU MAKE THAT LOOK GOOD

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ogyLhByA5Q


    WATER TOWER TOWN (part 1)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGKc-r-yzl0&feature=relmfu


    THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDgrDMeNh0g&feature=relmfu

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  10. MORE VIDEOS!

    SPAC, SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY, 6-29-12.


    WALK IN THE COUNTRY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJQ18gJm764


    WATER TOWER TOWN

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJQ18gJm764


    I LOVE YOU THIS BIG

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVpdefmT5OQ&feature=relmfu


    THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCJMaEPPq_g&feature=relmfu

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  11. Oh my goodness ! Thank you Karee for being on top of this. We need people like you to continue making him on top... What I dream about is for his music to become popular outside U.S. ( the likes of country greats such as Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton or Glenn Campbell).

    What modern technology can do now. The internet is doing wonders for the artists. They are exposed not only to their fan bases but to other audience.
    I dont have twitter a/c and I only depend on FOS and M4M sites. Otherwise, I will be void of news about Scotty.

    Kudos to you ladies, who keep us updated about Scotty.

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    1. Countries outside the US don't sell or promote country music - maybe Australia/NZ but very limitedly - Technology really allows fans to download songs off the Internet - And I will say it again: Scotty McCreery on AI10 really opened that door wide to a whole new audience - like saying, THIS is real country music, introducing all the great country artists/legends who were kinda overshadowed by the pop music culture - And he is just so talented and genuine - I think he also shows that there are still so many good people (and kids) in this country! and he is bringing attention and focus to values and what is important in life. :)

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    2. Definitely it opened my door to country music. I was born in the Phil. I grew listening to Dolly Parton's hits and Kenny Roger's hits and Glenn Campbell's as well. I went to the Phil last year to catch up with their AI tour concert...He was the most applauded. (fans screaming too ).Scotty has a big following there. His ILYTB was playing in some commercial establishments. But when David Archulueta came there for a TV and commercial shoot, the attention kinda shift to him. But what I am trying to say it that if given the right song, then it will just captivate everyone...even if this country dont go for country music. Our music is folk and counstry in nature that's why we love those country greats.

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  12. 'IDOL' SCOTT MCCREERY, FANS SHINE AT INDIAN RANCH.

    By Courtney Little
    SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAM & GAZETTE.

    WEBSTER — The sun shone brightly this afternoon as it warmed the 4,000 people at Indian Ranch for the sold-out show of Season 10 "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery.

    An excited New England audience ranging from children to teenage girls to grandparents decked out in Southern flair to watch the 18-year-old heartthrob perform songs from his debut album.

    The show began at 2 p.m. with Tim Charron singing “God Bless America” to celebrate the first of two Fourth of July weekends. Then came Massachusetts native Jacy Dawn to kick off the show in her metallic high-heeled boots and subtle Nashville twang.

    Not long after she exclaimed how hot it was before leaving the stage, the breezes started blowing, the skies became gray and the high-pitched screams for McCreery turned into reactions to the lightening bolts striking from across the lake. People in the undercover area looked pleasantly as the boats parked offshore on Webster Lake, their occupants initially ready to enjoy a swim and a free show, fled the scene. Unprotected people in the general admission seats looked up at the sky anxiously, hoping to stay dry.

    Once McCreery’s band’s instruments were set up, the audience was told that the show would be postponed for a little while until the “Mother Nature’s special effects” eased up. But this didn’t put a damper on the spirits of the audience.

    The stage crew covered equipment, spectators got refills on their drinks and chanted “Scotty, Scotty” over the country music that was playing as a filler. When McCreery came out just after 4 p.m., ear-piercing screams could be heard all around as virtually everyone stood up and those who were outside the performance area quickly shuffled back to their seats.

    McCreery strolled onto the stage to join his five band members, most of whom were clad in plaid, and jumped right into the song “Walk In The Country” as bright yellow, orange and red lights flashed behind him. It seemed that though the skies were still dark, the sun was back. He whipped out his red-rimmed guitar for the next song as he shuffled round the stage punctuating with a subtle but signature leg kick.

    Girls screamed. Women in pink tank tops with McCreery’s face screen-printed on them clapped, waved and held up signs saying “I love you this big.” And McCreery took a moment to catch his breath and reassure the audience that they made the right decision by staying.

    “We don’t care about any rain. We don’t care about any weather. We’re not going to let that stop us,” he said. Cheers filled the stands as boats began to slowly fill up the lake again.

    And with that, he sang his American Idol finale song, “I Love You This Big.” As the audience swayed in unison with the trees, they flung their arms open wide to let McCreery know that they loved him that much back.

    His covers of songs by country favorites like George Straight, John Michael Montgomery, Garth Brooks and Travis Tritt seemed to have every mouth at Indian Ranch moving and singing, as did a song of his own called “The Trouble With Girls.”

    The clouds moved out as the high-energy show went on. It was the first sellout of the season for Indian Ranch, according to Manager Dick Parent.

    And it’s not hard to see why. McCreery’s genuine sincerity made him somehow even more likable, as he lost track of his words while talking about how thankful he was to be there and dropped the cordless microphone before singing his new single, “Water Tower Town.” His confidence and stage presence were well beyond his years, which is probably why women and men alike in the audience looked simply giddy.

    During his encore song, a cover of Montgomery Gentry’s “Gone,” the speakers cut out for one verse and then the last chorus, but even that could not spoil the attitudes of fans who were determined to have fun and see McCreery live. And after that very fitting song, they were gone, and so were all the gray clouds.

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    1. It is a wonderful article, K.! I saved the pic. and am thinking of putting it on my desktop. But I love the one I have!...It's the same one Scotty now has on his Twitter page!

      BTW...Is his NEW Instagram account real or fake?...I'm so confused!

      GS

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    2. PS...What's up w/the "Cheers" instagram? Is THAT real or fake???

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    3. Scotty is in Boston so they took a picture of a glass from the place where the show Cheers was made.

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  13. This is the link to the above article -- there's a huge picture of Scotty too!!

    'IDOL' SCOTT MCCREERY, FANS SHINE AT INDIAN RANCH.

    By Courtney Little
    SPECIAL TO THE TELEGRAM & GAZETTE.

    http://www.telegram.com/article/20120701/NEWS/120709974/

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    1. It was an awesome concert. The storms did not dampen anyone spirits, especially Scotty. He was pumped and so happy to be performing. He was grinning ear to ear most of the concert. I am so impressed with his stage presence. He is progressed so far in such a short time. I can't wait for my next concert in September! His family was there too and singing along with all the songs. It is great to see his family be so supportive and happy for him. Scotty is so special and his smile lights up the stage.

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  14. Thanks everybody for all the "stuff" on Scotty. We are all soooooooooooooo McCreerian!! I hope he keeps up the cover of his Elvis song (wish he would add another) Does anybody else like him singing EP? Wondered if anyone else does??

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    1. what's EP mean?

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    2. Elvis Presley???

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    3. Oh - hahahaha - ok....:)

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    4. I think he sounds great singing Elvis.

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    5. I think Scotty is better in every way than EP!!...Never cared much for him except for a couple of songs.

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  15. EP is a real favorite of Scotty's and has been all of his life.

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  16. I really think that the Indian Ranch performance will go down as some type of turning point in Scotty's career. It was an unbelievable performance including the lightning. He is now performing at another level of musical ability. America needs a lift this Fourth of July season. Thanks Scott,family, and the holy spirit. All were present in Mass. where it all began!

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