Monday, February 20, 2012

A chance to win tickets & a M & G with Scotty McCreery

For those of you that live in or around the Madison, WI area here is an opportunity for you to try and win free tickets and a Meet & Greet with Scotty! Good Luck

Madison's Only Real Country Station

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Play Scotty or Notty
Listen to Mike Conway weekdays after 3pm to play "Scotty or Notty" for your chance at tickets to the Brad Paisley concert PLUS go backstage to meet Scotty McCreery. Only from 96.3 Star Country! Scotty McCreery has one of the most recognizable new voices in country music...
So it should be pretty easy to decide whether you're hearing Scotty or Not...ty.
Check in with 96.3 Star Country after 3pm all week long. Mike Conway will play a short clip for you. If you can tell whether it's Scotty or Notty, you'll score tickets to the concert and backstage meet & greet passes! Good luck!

Alliant Energy Center
Thursday 02.23.12
Madison, WI

Vote for TTWG on CMT Social Hour

If you have a Facebook, you can visit the CMT Social Hour page to vote for the The Trouble With Girls music video. The video is up against Josh Thompson and Lady Antebellum. The winning video will air on CMT on Saturday.

Scotty & Mrs. Clayton at Kennedy Center

Meredith Clayton @mereclayton2
Me and @ScottyMcCreery at Kennedy center

Scotty McCreery and the GMHS Die Meisters will sing for President Obama

Wake County choirs to hit the big stage Monday in nation's capital

Raleigh, N.C. — Three high school choirs from Wake County and one well known "American Idol" will be in Washington DC Monday to take part in National President's Day Festival at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Singers from Athens Drive, Leesville Road and Garner high schools are among six choirs in the country chosen to perform at the festival. They'll take center stage at 2 p.m. Monday.
Scotty McCreery will join Garner's vocal ensemble for Monday's performance. thumbsup.gif
For the 35 singers from Athens Drive who went through intense auditions to become part of the school's premier vocal ensemble, Monday's performance will be a chance to show off several months of hard work.
"These students are the cream of the crop and they're the top here at Athens Drive," choral teacher Joy Clayton said. "It's an incredible opportunity for them to grow."
Since October, ensembles from all six performing choirs have been practicing the songs they'll sing for President Barack Obama Monday. w00twave.gifThe choirs from Wake County sent videos of their works to be chosen for the festival.
"Our choral departments from Wake County, we must be getting something right," Athens Drive sophomore Matthew Washington said.
Athens Drive senior Mande Monchick said the fact that three schools from Wake County all get to attend Monday's festival will make the performance more memorable.
"Not many people can say they've performed at the Kennedy Center," she said. "It's a great opportunity, but it makes it even better we get to do it with Garner and Leesville."
The students will also get to do some sightseeing during their trip to the nation's capital.