Friday, September 21, 2012

Scotty McCreery to perform at QDR's Country for Kids Nov. 27th

Live Performances From 6 of Country's Best!

Kix Brooks, Scotty McCreery, Lee Brice, Gloriana, Josh Thompson, and Jason Michael Carroll
Curtis Media Group announced today the addition of a charity concert, dubbed “Country for Kids,” to the eleventh annual N.C. Children’s Promise Radiothon/Telethon. All proceeds from this event will benefit North Carolina Children’s Hospital.

Presented by 94.7 QDR, Country for Kids will feature live performances from six artists: Kix Brooks, Scotty McCreery, Josh Thompson, Lee Brice, Gloriana and Jason Michael Carroll. The concert event will be the celebratory culminations of a day full of miraculous stories being broadcast live from the N.C. Children’s Hospital lobby on nearly 20 Curtis Media Group radio stations and Time Warner Cable’s News 14 Carolina as part of the N.C. Children’s Promise Radiothon/Telethon, UNC Health Care’s largest fundraising event each year.

Tickets to QDR Country for Kids start at $50 and will be available for purchase through Ticketmaster.com, DPACnc.com or 919-680-2787. Limited VIP packages are also available for a premium price and will include choice seating in front of the stage and a pre-concert reception with various performers from the evening. Please contact the N.C. Children’s Promise office at 919-843-3948 for additional information or to purchase a package.

http://www.dpacnc.com/events/detail/qdr-country-for-kids-concert

5 comments:

  1. I listened to Brads new song I hate to say it but I didn't like its a little poppy for me. I hope Scotty stays true to his country roots.I would rather a country song go a little more rock then Pop . I love Gone and trouble I consider them country with a rock flair .

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  2. Ditto!!! Me too!!!

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  3. I'm not a fan of BP - I like Alan Jackson, Tim McGraw, Garth $ KChesney - I hope Scotty keeps that pure country sound - he did say in a recent interview that he now listens to other types of music in the genres of rock & pop, though I think this is just part of him "studying" music & he also said that he wants to follow the great country artists & stay true to country - I know that BP is a big name, but I don't think he's even on par with AJackson or TMcGraw - just my personal opinion - I think some of these "older" artists try to appeal to the new & younger generation of music fans & feel they need to sound "pop" -

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    1. I didn't care for BP until Scotty went on tour w/him! I like his music now and love him for helping Scotty so much!..Not sure about the new single..only heard a little..If it's really 'Poppy" I won't like it!

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  4. I love Scotty to be country and I also love for some rock feel to his songs. He then can sing and pump up the fans at his solo concerts instead of singing other artist country rock songs. Everytime Scotty sings their songs, they get more recognisable. Singing country is definately out of the question. That's why I don't like the country female singers at all. I have been asking myself this question. "Is Scotty the reincarnation of Elvis?" lol

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