Monday, January 23, 2012

Scotty McCreery Witchita, KS videos

These are all just very short clips but the audio is great. As soon as we find any full videos we will get them posted
Credit to: TaylaLayne

Credit to: MadNASTY22 for all the following videos


Dirty Dishes



American Idol winner Scott McCreery answers your questions

Scotty talks about how he keeps God the center of his life and continues to thank him everyday. He's just taking one day at a time and learning something new everyday.

For some reason I can't get the embedded code to work but if you click on the link below it will take you directly to the page the video is on.
Your Questions Answered: American Idol winner Scott McCreery
FOX31 anchor Deborah Takahara relayed your questions to Idol winner Scott McCreery during a recent sit-down interview. Jan. 2012

Enter to win tickets to Scotty McCreery's solo performance

If you live in or around the Lancaster, CA area here is a chance for you to win tickets to Scotty's solo performance at The Pioneer Event Center

Keep listening to 97.7 KTPI for your chance to win tickets!

American Idol fans, Scotty McCreery is coming to the AV & you could win tickets to this Sunday's concert!

Scotty McCreery To Play himself in upcoming CW Hart of Dixie

OHH MY SCOTTY IS THERE ANYTHING YOU DONT DO.  This will be fun to watch. It's the first I'm hearing of it, but Huffington Post is a reliable news source, so for now I'll take thier word for it.

Goodbye "Idol," hello "Dixie"!

HuffPost TV has just learned exclusively that "American Idol" Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery will be making an appearance on The CW's "Hart of Dixie" this spring.

In the episode, which is slated to air on April 23, McCreery will be playing himself, singing his hit country single "The Trouble With Girls," which he will perform during a pivotal scene between Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and George (Scott Porter).

The 18-year-old's debut album, "Clear As Day," was certified platinum in just three months, and he was recently named No. 1 on Billboard magazine's list of Top New Country Artists for 2011. He also won New Artist of the Year at the American Country Awards in December. McCreery is touring with Brad Paisley on Paisley nationwide "Virtual Reality Tour 2012."
Are you excited to see McCreery on TV again?

"Hart of Dixie" returns with all-new episodes on Mon., Jan. 23 at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.

What is Hart Of Dixie?

  • Sep 26, 2011
  • New Series
Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage "Gossip Girl & The O.C" team up again with Rachel Bilson in Hart of Dixie in this new show for The CW. The show follows Dr. Zoe Hart a young doctor from New York City who moves to a small Southern town after inheriting a medical practice and soon meets an electric and eccentric group of characters.

Tweet from Scotty's band member

Someone on Twitter asked Jeff how Scotty was and this was his reply:

Jeffrey Harper @jeffreyharper
@ScottyMFacts Scotty is the best artist I've ever had the opportunity to play for. Not just saying that, meaning that!

Great compliment to Scotty!

Scotty McCreery is equivalent to "Mile High Magic"

This is an excellent review of Scotty's performance in Denver. Loved the comparison to Tebow Haha

Live review: Brad Paisley @ the Pepsi Center
By Kristopher Coe | January 23rd, 2012

Opening act Scotty McCreery of “American Idol” fame also elicited his own bevy of exhaustive shrills. Clipping through a scripted set of songs like “You Make That Look Good” and “I Love You This Big” — his golden boy aura glowed in a way that only Tebow’s can rival. Wholesome good looks melded with a deep leathery drawl equal one thing in country music: solid gold. To an industry fraught with languishing sales, McCreery is the music business equivalent to “Mile High Magic.”

I've only posted the part about Scotty click on the link below to read the full article and see photos from the show

Scotty McCreery Gets Accepted to College

Scotty McCreery Gets Accepted to College

Scotty McCreery

Frazer Harrison, Getty Images

It’s been a whirlwind and well-documented year for Scotty McCreery with his ‘American Idol‘ win, his No. 1 hit album ‘Clear As Day,’ his busy touring and interview schedule and the time he reserves for family and friends. He’s also going to continue to mix work with school, as he has applied to several colleges — and has just revealed that he’s been accepted to East Carolina. Must be fun to fill out those tedious applications and write those corresponding essays all the while being pranked while on tour with notorious jokester Brad Paisley.

In a recent chat with Blogcritics Music, McCreery shared that he has already been accepted to college, but isn’t sure which school he will attend yet. He said, “I’ve gotten into East Carolina. That’s the first place that I’ve heard back from today. I’ve applied to North Carolina State as well. Also, Belmont University and Tennessee State. We’ll see where I end up, but we’re not certain yet.”

Even while he awaits responses from the other colleges he applied to, McCreery remains at work and on the road, touring with Paisley, who is famous for having a little fun at his tourmates’ expense. McCreery has already fallen victim to Paisley’s warped sense of humor. “Yeah, he got me once,” he admitted.

So what did Paisley do? It involved some computer skills. McCreery said, “He just kind of Photoshopped my head on a big, muscular Speedo body at the beach. That was funny. He put it on the screen during the last song of the night, kind of got a big roar from the crowd. It was all fun and games, so we’ll have to find something that we can retaliate with.”

You know what they say about paybacks, right?

Life on tour can take its toll, and McCreery admitted that he sacrificed eating healthily in favor of snacking on sweets while on the ‘Idol’ tour last summer. He is aiming to get back in shape since baseball season is on the horizon. He admits he is not too demanding with tour requests — no removing of colored M&Ms or to needs to be provided with only black towels in the dressing room, like some diva musicians ask for — and that he is happy with an Xbox and his iPod.

Despite his desire to go to college and be as regular of kid as possible, McCreery still has nothing but love for his fans. He gushed about them, saying, “The fans are incredible. They never cease to amaze me. They’re always at the shows with their signs and stuff.”

That doesn’t mean that the unusual, oddball request doesn’t land in front of him, though. He tends to oblige them, too. He revealed the strangest thing a fan has said to him, saying, “The funniest thing that’s happened to me is a big guy came up to me and said, ‘Scotty, sign my belly!’ and lifted his shirt up. I had to commend the fella, so I signed his belly for him. He walked away and said, ‘I’m never washing it again.’ And I said, ‘You better wash that [laughs].’ It was funny.

Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley & The Band Perry Perform Live in Denver – Exclusive Pictures

Brad Paisley, the Band Perry and Scotty McCreery may have had a run-in with Tim Tebow over the weekend, but that was just the cap to a night that was already full of live entertainment. Paisley’s 2012 Virtual Reality Tour (featuring opening acts the Band Perry and McCreery) hit the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colo. on Jan. 22.

Flip through the gallery of exclusive pictures above to get a feel for the night’s performances. If you haven’t caught Paisley on tour yet, have a look at his complete list of tour dates to see if the show is coming to your area.

Photos by Josh Lowe for Taste of Country.
Click on the link below to view all the photos

Scotty McCreery answers questions about Fame, Platinum Album, and Brad Paisley Tour

This is a really long read, but well worth it. Scotty talks about finding out "Clear As Day" has gone platinum, and the In's and outs of fame. What single will come next? Will there be a next single? What's his favorite song to perform on tour? What was it like seeing himself on the opening credit of American Idol? College, and more.  This is a jam packed interview. ENJOY!

2011 was quite the year for Scotty McCreery. The 18-year-old was named the winner of American Idol season 10 last May, and his album, Clear As Day debuted at Number One on both the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums charts. Additionally, he was named New Artist of the Year this past December at the American Country Music Awards.
Scotty McCreery - credit: ScottyMcCreery-Official.comAnd the success has continued for McCreery in the new year. Clear As Day was recently certified platinum in achievement of one million units sold. He also has been nominated for New Artist of the Year at the upcoming Academy of Country Music Awards.

The young country singer is currently a part of Brad Paisley's "Virtual Reality Tour 2012," which also features The Band Perry. Last week, McCreery graciously took the time to speak with me about his success, touring, and who he's rooting for during the new season of Idol.

First off, congratulations on Clear As Day going platinum.
Oh thank you, thank you.

Where were you when you first found out about your album going platinum?
We were in Nashville, actually, rehearsing for the tour. Normally, I get the news from, like, my manager or something. Apparently my attorney, he found out first and he sent me an email and kind of got the word out to us first. We were all excited and pretty pumped that rehearsal day.

Has it been overwhelming at all to have quite a bit of success in a relatively short amount of time?
Yeah, at times. It really has been. You kind of have to deal with it and go along with it. It's just kind of my life now. We're learning the ins and outs of it and learning how to deal with it. But, it's cool. It's cool having to deal with this, you know? It's really wonderful.

From what I've seen of you in the last year, you really do seem to take your success in stride. What do you credit your being able to stay humble about everything that has been going on in your career?

My family. I've got a great support group back home, and actually [to] get a chance to go home and not necessarily staying on the road. It's been a real blessing for me. I haven't forgotten about my roots and where I came from and my hometown. I still have my friends in school; just being around them keeps me level-headed, keeps me sane, keeps me the same old person I was before I left.

Scotty McCreery talks with Fox31 Denver