Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Scotty McCreery Grad Bash Concert at Dave & Busters







SCOTTY MCCREERY  Saturday, April 13, 2013
@ Dave & Busters Opry Mills in Nashville, TN
Contributed by: Jeff Kurtis
Photos by: Dennis Hoy

There is really no need to even introduce who Scotty McCreery is to anyone at this point. The Season Ten winner of American Idol has more than conquered letting everyone know who he is through his hit singles “I Love You This Big” and “The Trouble With Girls” and his many many appearances on television since winning the show.

However, he is now ready to get back into the swing of things and make the leap from his debut album into his sophomore effort and if his latest single “See You Tonight,” is any indication of what to expect from it, then we haven’t heard anything from Scotty McCreery yet.

To give his fans just a teaser of the new while mixing in their favorite hits and a few well placed covers as well, McCreery spent this beautiful Saturday afternoon playing a free show dubbed as the “Grad Bash” at popular hotspot Dave & Busters in Opry Mills Mall for a packed, and I mean packed house.

To the screams of the many females in the crowd McCreery hit the stage opening his 9 song acoustic set with the foot-tapping “Walk In The Country” and quickly followed it with “Water Tower Town” showing off his small town roots from the get go as he got everyone clapping and dancing along.

He paused for the first time in his set to interact with the crowd and congratulate the graduates on hand and then joked about how he remembered his high school graduation all those years ago before he introduced the next song in his set as his first single to radio. 

This is a great article and a little lengthy as well (lol) so I've only posted a small portion of it.  Click on the link below to read the full article and see a slideshow of pictures from Scotty's performance, as well.

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