Saturday, November 17, 2012

Videos of Scotty McCreery's performance at MassMutual Center

Credit to: hannahcro15 for all the following videos
 That's Alright  

Santa Claus Is Back In Town  



VIDEOS: of Scotty McCreery's performance at MassMutual Center

Credit to: Collette M for all the videos
Check Yes or No Christmas In Heaven

Walk In The Country Letter's From Home


Let It Snow


Judy McCreery tweets

Judy just tweeted this today - if we find out more specific information about GMA we will be sure to get it posted.

Judy Cooke McCreery @JudyMacGarner
Great time in SpringfieldMA last night! New England always so good 2us! NYC this wk 4 GoodMorningAmerica & BeaconTheatre on Friday 

A fan shares pictures of Scotty McCreery at The Grove

 Again, I am late in getting these posted and I apologize for that!  Thank you Sue for sharing these wonderful pictures of Scotty doing sound check at the Grove!

 Click on the link below to see the pictures!187&Bsrc=SkyMail&Bpub=SDX.SkyDrive&sc=Photos

Video: Scotty McCreery sings Christmas music for ‘Idol’ fans at The Grove

Sorry I know this is late - hope it hasn't already been posted!

It might be a little early for Christmas, but Scotty McCreery was looking to get his fans in Los Angeles in the holiday spirit on Sunday. The entertainer was part of the 10th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony held at The Grove that had accomplished entertainers singing about Christmas. One of the biggest events at The Grove all year, the fans packed in the area to watch the lineup of stars.

Scotty McCreery showed up on stage to the delight of local American Idol fans and belted out his latest holiday tunes. While the music was great, the evening was a bit nippy with low temperatures for the event from an unusual cold snap in the area. Keeping fans warm, Scotty did his best to entertain while the fans watched.
(just click on the video below to view it)
Scotty McCreery wasn’t the only American Idol on hand to share some Christmas cheer as Phillip Phillips was slated to appear too. The two American Idol winners definitely have been out promoting their work, but this is the first time they both appeared on the same venue locally.
Take a look at the video clip of Scotty McCreery performing at The Grove.

Check Out The Pictures KIX 100.9 posted from Scotty McCreery's M&G at the MassMutual Center

I posted 54 photos on Facebook in the album "11/16 Scotty McCreery USO SHOW"

Tickets for Scotty McCreery's concert in NY on 11/23 & NC on 12/15

Beacon Theatre tickets for Nov. 23rd

A fan contacted me to let me know they have these tickets available
2 Tickets seats are in Orchestra 2 Row F
They are asking face value for them, which is:
$70.10 per ticket. 
They would like the person to also cover the shipping.  They can send them via USPS Flat Rate Envelope which is a cost of $5.15. 
if interested in these tickets please send an e-mail to:

Another fan has tickets available for the Nov. 23rd concert 
3 tickets: orchestra, center - row O - 101/102/103 - 101 is aisle
They will not split the tickets up. Price is what they paid for them: $64.00 each. 
If you are interested in these tickets you can send an e-mail to:

Harrah's Cherokee Resort tickets for Sat., December 15th
These are great floor seats and the only ones left at this price!!!

If you are interested in purchasing them please send an e-mail to:

Scotty McCreery Harrah's Cherokee Resort Event Center, Cherokee, NC Sat, Dec 15, 2012 07:30 PM

Ticket Information

Section 101 Row G Seats 3

Section 101 Row I Seats 3

Scotty McCreery sells out MassMutual Center's Exhibition Hall

Scotty McCreery, ap  
Scotty McCreery arrives at the
46th Annual Country Music Awards
at the Bridgestone Arena on Thursday,
Nov. 1, 2012, in Nashville, Tenn.

 By Donnie Moorhouse, The Republican  on November 16, 2012 at 10:25 PM, updated November 16, 2012 at 10:27 PM

SPRINGFIELD _ Scotty McCreery got an early start on the holiday concert season, belting out a couple of seasonal songs at the MassMutual Center on Friday in the venue’s sold-out Exhibition Hall with more than 1,000 fans in attendance.

The North Carolina native came to prominence as the winner of the tenth season of “American Idol” and has scored country hits with songs “I Love You This Big,” and “The Trouble With Girls.” He recently released a holiday-themed recording called “Christmas with Scotty McCreery,” that features standards like “Let It Snow,” and “Jingle Bells.”

The concert was promoted by country radio station KIX 100.9 FM, making it the station’s second successful show at the downtown venue in less than five days. The annual “Concert for Kids” to benefit St. Jude’s was held on Monday night and featured performances from Lonestar and Colt Ford.
McCreery’s performance served as a benefit for the Pioneer Valley USO.
Billed as “Scotty McCreery and Friends”, the evening included an opening set from another “American Idol” alum Kristy Lee Cook, a top ten finisher on the seventh season of the show and a performance from country singer Josh Thompson.

While the audience was politely seated for the opening sets they collectively stood (and screamed) for McCreery when he hit the stage with his five-piece band. Despite the subtle holiday theme (there were wreaths hanging around the stage), and McCreery’s new holiday release, the set was heavy on country and light on Christmas.

He led his band through “Walk in the Country,” and “I Love You This Big,” while adding a few bars of the Josh Turner song “Your Man,” that got his “Idol” competition underway. He also paid homage to George Strait with “Check Yes or No,” another song from his television stint.
McCreery offered up four songs from his Christmas album starting with “Let It Snow,” and “Have a Holly Jolly Christmas,” followed by the original “Christmas in Heaven,” and a take on Elvis Presley’s version of “Santa Claus is Back in Town.”

He switched gears with an acoustic “Letters to Home,” leaving the Christmas fare behind as he began a string of songs that included Garth Brooks’ “The Dance,” his own hit “The Trouble with Girls,” and “Water Tower Town.”

He closed out his 55-minute performance with a cover of Montgomery Gentry’s “Gone.” He did not come out for an encore.