Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Videos of Scotty McCreery talking with Chuck Schafer

There are a total of 11 videos from his talk with Chuck Schafer.  After one of the videos below have finished you will see more videos of Scotty that you can click on to view.

Scotty McCreery's mom gives us some fan stories

 Scotty McCreery talks about fans showing up at his home

Scotty McCreery's WTT video will premier tomorrow

Town of Garner, NC ‏@TownofGarner @TownofGarner will premier @ScottyMcCreery's Water Tower Town vid on Garner-area GTV11 tomorrow 4-7pm, 10pm-midnight each hour on the hour. Town of Garner, NC ‏@TownofGarner GTV11 is @TownofGarner's gov't channel -- it's 11 on Time Warner in Garner area and parts of western Johnston Co; channel 99 on AT&T U-verse

Scotty McCreery Drops By WQYK 99.5 Studio

Follow the link below to see more pictures of Scotty's visit

Wednesday morning, American Idol Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery dropped by to chat with WQYK’s Cledus, Dave & V-Girl. Scotty performed “Write Your Number On My Hand.” It was quite early in the morning, so Scotty picked a song that was smooth and a little easier on the voice. Take a look!

More House of blues Videos!

Some nice Clear (sound can be a lil shaky at times) and Close up of Scotty at the HOUSE OF BLUES In Chicago!

Dirty Dishes

Out of Summertime

You Make that Look Good!

Back on the Ground

The trouble with Girls

Credit all of the above videos to Christine Guinan

Letters from Home


Credit for the two above go to stemenhot1515

OFFSTAGE: Scotty McCreery Makes Clear Decision

Scotty McCreery
Scotty McCreery
Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
(CMT Offstage keeps a 24/7 watch on everything that's happening with country music artists behind the scenes and out of the spotlight.)
June 19, 2012; Written by Alison Bonaguro

The title track on Scotty McCreery's debut album is called "Clear as Day." It's about teenagers drinking and driving. Over the weekend, I asked McCreery, 18, how he avoided the pressure to go down that wrong path in high school. "I could never get over wanting to have control over my body. Not having control was just never my thing," he told me. "And so I just stayed away from it. If you're away from it, you can't get caught into it. If you have your mind made up before you get into those situations, it's pretty easy to say no."

That's sage advice from a man so young. But I think surrounding himself with like-minded teenagers was also key to his smart decision-making.  "I had friends who were in that lifestyle, I guess. But not my close friends. The friends I hung out with the most and spend most of my time with, we are just not into that stuff. We don't have any interest," he said.

Written by Casey Beathard, Phil O'Donnell and Adam Wheeler, the song is one of my favorites on the album. Because of McCreery's spin on it, yes, but also because the message that one wrong choice ("I walked you to your brother's Silverado/When he climbed behind the wheel he seemed OK") is all it takes to turn a post-game party into a tragedy.

Scotty McCreery to play special show in Florida to support Marine Sgt. John Hayes'

 This was tweeted between 10:30 - 11:00 this morning! Scotty is keeping busy in Florida

Homes for Our Troops‏@HomesForOurTrps

Thanks @ScottyMcCreery for playing a special show tomorrow in FL to support #Marine GySgt John Hayes' #HFOT project!

Profile John Hayes Credit to: homesforourtroops

Marine Gunnery Sergeant John Hayes was on his 4th deployment when he lost both of his legs and suffered life-threatening injuries after stepping on an IED in Sangin, Afghanistan on December 28, 2010. An Explosive Ordinance Disposal Technician, GySgt Hayes was on a routine mission, when his comrade located an undetonated ordinance. While retracing his steps to return and assist his partner, GySgt Hayes stepped on a buried IED resulting in the traumatic amputations of both of his legs. During transport out of Afghanistan to Landstuhl, Germany, GySgt Hayes required lifesaving resuscitation multiple times. Once stabilized, he was brought to Bethesda National Naval Medical Center where the long road to recovery began. During his first week in the hospital, Hayes miraculously survived a series of grueling surgeries before a serious infection led to a rare hemi-pelvectomy amputation, leaving Hayes without a leg or pelvis on his left side. GySgt Hayes has endured over sixty surgeries thus far, and remains at the newly renamed Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for continued treatment and physical therapy.
John loves the outdoors and enjoys hunting and fishing. He likes to rebuild old cars, but most enjoys spending time with his wife, Janel and three young daughters. He looks forward to being a stay at home dad while also going to school to earn a degree in Business Management. GySgt Hayes appreciates all of the support and assistance being offered by the donors and volunteers who will make his specially-adapted home a reality; allowing him to live his life without barriers in his own home. He is grateful for the opportunity to be the dad he always hoped to be without the worry of how to provide a safe home for his family…a home that meets his needs yet allows them to live a normal life with the freedoms he fought to preserve. “Despite the daily challenges that I must face, I know that my home will not be an obstacle in my recovery. Thank you for ensuring my family’s livelihood by providing us with this gift.”
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