Saturday, July 14, 2012

Scotty McCreery's performance on 6/30/12

Thanks for letting us know about the video Angela

 Scotty & Brad singing Celebrity 6-30-12
 Credit to: KCampbells20

The Trouble With Girls & Water Tower Town(6/30/12) Credit to: manda17891

Scotty McCreery Remains at No. 1 on Top 20

On the chart this week, the checkered flag waves once more for Scotty McCreery with his latest video, “Water Tower Town,” crossing the finish line first for the second straight week. Jerrod Niemann’s “Shinin’ On Me” makes an impressive chart debut, landing at No. 4 while new videos from Jake Owen and Lady Antebellum also enter the countdown.

This Week’s Chart:
1. Scotty McCreery – “Water Tower Town”
2. Little Big Town – “Pontoon”
3. Chris Young – “Neon”
4. Jerrod Niemann – “Shinin’ On Me”
5. Luke Bryan – “Drunk On You
6. Kelly Clarkson – “Mr. Know It All”
7. Kenny Chesney – “Come Over”
8. Eric Church – “Springsteen”
9. Bucky Covington – “I Wanna Be That Feeling”
10. The Band Perry – “Postcard From Paris”
11. Dierks Bentley – “5-1-5-0”
12. Hunter Hayes – “Wanted”
13. Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw – “Feel Like A Rock Star”
14. Jana Kramer – “Why Ya Wanna”
15. Big & Rich – “That’s Why I Pray”
16. Jason Aldean – “Fly Over States”
17. Jake Owen – “The One That Got Away”
18. Lady Antebellum – “Wanted You More”
19. Easton Corbin – “Lovin’ You Is Fun”
20. Rodney Atkins – “He’s Mine”
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Scotty McCreery's concert tonight at MPAC is SOLD OUT!!

2011 American Idol Champion
Scotty McCreery
Opening Act: Canaan Smith
Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 8 pm

A History of The Mayo Performing Arts Center and key historical milestones
The Mayo Performing Arts Center, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit performing arts organization, presents a wide range of programs that entertain, enrich and educate the diverse population of the region and enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey. The Community Theatre was built in 1937 and was once the crown jewel of Walter Reade’s chain of movie theatres in New Jersey. Its success mirrored the love affair between America and movies during Hollywood’s Golden Age. By the 1980s, however, the Theatre had fallen into disrepair and sat idle and hulking for nearly a decade. Things changed in 1994 when an army of tireless volunteers, armed with a sense of civic pride and limitless elbow grease pulled together and saved the Theatre from its uncertain fate. On September 29, after months of toil, the Theatre reopened as a performing arts center with a gala performance featuring the Kirov Orchestra of Saint Petersburg and Morristown resident and renowned pianist, Alexander Slobodyanik. Many volunteers openly wept as the Theatre’s renaissance finally came to fruition. Now in its 17th season, the Mayo Performing Arts Center has become one of New Jersey’s preeminent arts and cultural organizations and now hosts more than 200 performances to more than 200,000 patrons every year. Most recently, the Theatre completed its four year, $7 million “Setting the Stage” capital campaign, which allowed for major renovations including an orchestra pit, a state of the art fly-rail system, new dressing rooms and central air conditioning, which allows for year round programming. Additionally, the capital campaign led to the completion of the Theatre’s suite of education studios, which allows the Theatre to offer performing arts education classes to both children and adults. The upstairs balcony was renovated in 2011, with new restrooms, Art Gallery space and concessions. In May 2011, the Theatre officially changed its name to Mayo Performing Arts Center, completing a three-year transition.

History of the Mayo Center Credit to: MayoCenter