Friday, May 31, 2013

New Concert for Scotty McCreery - Danville, VA

Harvest Jubilee Concert Series
2013 Concert Schedule
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, June 4. A link will be provided on this page for your convenience.

 Justin Moore  Scotty McCreery  The Band Perry
Justin Moore
Friday, June 28
Tickets on sale 6/4
Scotty McCreery
Saturday, July 27
Tickets on sale 6/18
The Band Perry
Saturday, August 24
Tickets on sale 7/9

River District Rhythms at the Market
Escape the workweek by gathering with family and friends at The Crossing at the Dan, to enjoy live music and fun at River District Rhythms at the Market. Your favorite food and beverages will be available on site.

Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 at the gate. Children 12 and under are free with an adult.


Scotty McCreery was less than five months shy of his 18th birthday on May 25, 2011, when he was crowned the Season 10 winner on “American Idol.” That singular moment catapulted him into the world of country music.
“I know it hasn’t been that long ago,” McCreery said last week while preparing for a concert in Pittsburgh, “but I honestly have a hard time remembering much of that moment. It was a strange situation with Lauren (Alaina) standing there and finishing second with the confetti flying all over the place. I don’t recall what was said or what I did. Needless to say it was an awkward moment. But that moment changed everything.”
He went from a student’s desk in the junior class at Garner Magnet High in North Carolina to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. The transition was one thing, but was the world of country music what he expected?
“I’ve heard that at rap and hip-hop concerts and rock concerts they have guards around the stage and the bands leave in a hurry,” McCreery said. “But country music isn’t like that at all. The singers go out and talk to the fans afterward; everyone is friendly to each other. If you have an impression of it (country music) from the outside, then let me tell you it’s exactly the same way on the inside.”
McCreery, who still hasn’t reached his 20th birthday, will perform in Southern California for the second time in less than a year (he was at the San Diego County Fair last summer) today at the Temecula Balloon & Wine Festival. He will follow that with an appearance Saturday at the Spotlight 29 Casino in Coachella.
“I had a great time last summer at the Del Mar concert. I love the San Diego area. Can’t wait to get back out there,” he said.
He launched his “Weekend Roadtrip Tour” in February and worked it around his class time as a freshman at North Carolina State, where he is majoring in communications with a focus on information media.
While most youthful athletes/celebrities choose to delay their education until their careers are over, McCreery went in the opposite direction.
“Education has always been important in our family,” he said. “I just finished my first year at N.C. State. We were able to work the classroom stuff around touring.”
Of course, first he had to finish high school after “Idol,” which he did. But what he didn’t do was get to play that final season with his high school baseball team.
“Yes, I missed playing, but I couldn’t do both being on ‘Idol’ then,” he said. “I was a pitcher. In high school I could throw in the high 80s, but I don’t think I was going to make it at the college level.” In his final high school game he struck out nine batters in a complete-game shutout. 
His father, Michael, who was raised in New England, played at the semipro level and is a lifelong Red Sox fan. “Our family has various rooting interests,” he laughed. “The Braves are one of our favorite teams, but we have to root for the Red Sox, too.
“I think there is a part of him (his father) that would have liked to have seen me continue in baseball,” McCreery said. “But he’s very proud of what I have accomplished.”
“Clear As Day” is his debut country album. It features a mix of new and old styles of country music. “I enjoy both (studio work and concerts),” he said. “You get to be creative in the studio, and it is all spontaneous and different every night on tour.”
So while McCreery’s country music career continues to grow, his launchpad, “American Idol,” seems to be in a state of disarray with tumbling ratings.
“I think it’s like anything else,” he said. “It’ll have its ups and downs. Maybe they do need a new judges’ panel. But they will figure it all out. It’ll be OK.” 

Scotty McCreery will be in California tonight

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“American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery will perform at the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival on May 31. (2011/File Photo)

The Temecula Valley has an “American Idol” in its sights.
Scotty McCreery, winner of “American Idol” in 2011, will perform in the Friday night headlining spot at the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival.

The festival, which runs Friday, May 31-Sunday, June 2 at the Lake Skinner Recreation Area, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. 

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Scotty McCreery tends his country roots 'American Idol' winner to perform Saturday at Spotlight 29 Casino

'American Idol' season 10 winner Scotty McCreery performs in Grand Rapids, Mich.
'American Idol' season 10 winner Scotty McCreery performs in Grand Rapids, Mich. / Ben Enos

If you go

What: Scotty McCreery in concert
When: 8 p.m., Saturday
Where: Spotlight 29 Casino, 46-200 Harrison Place, Coachella
Tickets: $45-$65
Information:, (760) 775-5566
Scotty McCreery fits the reality-television mold: smooth, deep voice, piercing blue eyes and love for playing guitar. It was no surprise when he became the winner of the 10th season of “American Idol.”
Some critics bash the manufactured music the show is producing, but McCreery believes that reality music television shows are more of a help than a hindrance.
“There’s a lot more ways of getting into the music industry as an artist,” McCreery said, a self-proclaimed “all-American kid.” “ ‘Idol’ can become their first big thing to really establish some credibility.”
Before auditioning in Milwaukee in 2011 McCreery, 19, wanted to pursue a career in the music business. Auditioning on the show, and ultimately winning, allowed him to skip a few steps to make his dreams a reality.
Who knows where he’d be if it weren’t for his time on the show, he said. He probably wouldn’t have been honored as Academy of Country Music’s “Best New Artist” in 2012.

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Scotty McCreery Will Be A Presenter for the '2013 CMT Music Awards June 5th


Charles Esten, Duane “Dog” and Beth Chapman, Florida Georgia Line, Keith Urban,
Kellie Pickler, Kevin and Michael Bacon, Larry the Cable Guy, Lisa Marie Presley and Scotty McCreery to Present  

   NASHVILLE – May 30, 2013 – The 2013 CMT MUSIC AWARDS promises to be nothing short of an entertainment-filled night as “Nashville” star Charles Esten, CMT’s DOG AND BETH: ON THE HUNT stars Duane Dog” & Beth Chapman, CMT ONE COUNTRY spokespeople Florida Georgia Line, country superstar Keith Urban, recent “Dancing with the Stars” champion Kellie Pickler, musical duo Kevin & Michael Bacon of The Bacon Brothers, CMT’s BOUNTY HUNTERS co-star Larry the Cable Guy, Lisa Marie Presley and Scotty McCreery are all set to present at this year’s show.  The 2013 CMT MUSIC AWARDS will air LIVE on Wednesday, June 5 at 8:00 p.m., ET/PT on CMT and
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Scotty McCreery is proud to be from Garner

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Scotty McCreery, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw & More to Play Craven Country Festival

Tim McGraw, Brantley Gilbert, Randy Travis, Scotty McCreery, The Dixie Chicks and Kenny Chesney are just a few of the artists who will take the stage as part of the lineup for the Craven Country Jamboree. Set for July 11-14 in Craven, Saskatchewan, the ‘World’s Greatest Music Festival’ will welcome newcomers, superstars and country legends.

“This may be the lineup to end all lineups,” Troy Vollhoffer, executive producer, said. “We are always proud to bring the biggest and the best acts that are available, but this year I think we’ve outdone ourselves. The lineup is deep with a great mix of young, classic, and a trio of superstars. There is definitely something here for everyone. It’s going to be an explosive show in 2013.”

The Craven Country Jamboree is the longest running music festival in Canada. In addition to the main stage, the Pump Roadhouse beer gardens feature local acts each night. There are also a number of activities for fans to enjoy like bull riding demonstrations, a hypnotist, a songwriters circle and an electronic dance party.
For more information on the festival, camping options or to purchase tickets, visit Craven Country Jamboree at

Videos from Scotty McCreery's weekend concerts

Credit to: Ashley Burnside - Wild Adventures Theme Park -GA Credit to: TheDeadhead71 Scotty McCreery @ Myrtle Beach May 26, 2013 Summer Tour
               Credit to: Sarah Fabian for the following videos from Myrtle Beach                Credit to: Craig Bennett ‏TVLassiter Rockin this night in SC         Credit to: bhamh Orlando HOB    Credit to: Brianna Lanz- for the following videos from Orlando HOB Credit to: Gia Williamson for the following videos from Orlando HOB

ScotTV - Episode 8 The House of The King

Credit to: smmcreeryofficial

“American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery blows in

  Scotty McCreery is working on his third solo album. 
Scotty McCreery calls his 2013 tour Weekend Road Trip, and you can take that literally.
Many of his upcoming gigs are on Fridays or Saturdays, including two this weekend.
The 2011 “American Idol” winner will be at the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival on Friday, May 31, and at Spotlight 29 in Coachella on Saturday, June 1.
The two venues — outdoor stage by a lake and casino showroom — are typical of the rest of McCreery’s tour, although these are his only stops in California.
“Small stage, big stage, 20,000, 2,000 — we just go out there and have a good time,” McCreery said earlier this week in a phone call during a “couple-day break” from his home in North Carolina.
McCreery is “American Idol’s” youngest winner. He was 17 at the time he was on the show, competing against a field that included Idyllwild’s Casey Abrams.
He is now 19 and just finished his freshman year at North Carolina State University, attending classes Mondays through Wednesdays and devoting most of the rest of the time to singing deep-voiced country tunes.
“We’re on campus physically, and then we’re on the road … It all works out. It’s tough as far being on the road and as having to type a paper when you have sound check or when you’re wanting to play X-Box on the bus or something. Time management is, I would say, the key to it all.”
His concerts are a mix of songs by artists that influenced him; songs from his first album, “Clear as Day”; and songs that will be on his next CD, coming out this fall.
“We’ve cut 12 songs so far, and we’re going to cut 17, so we have a little more while to go. But this record, compared to the first record we did, we just have so much more time and more songs to work with. And I’ve got a lot more control, more than I had for the first record with ‘Idol.’ … I’m excited about this record because I think it’s going to be a better representation of me. …”
“There’s your love songs, your heartbreak songs, your life songs. For a record, you just have to find the songs that talk about those things the way you want to talk about them, and in a cool way and in a new way that people haven’t heard before. It’s a challenge to keep things fresh, but it’s a fun challenge. And that’s why we’re out there every week, writing and looking for songs, and looking for influence. So it’s a cool thing.”
McCreery last passed through the Inland area on the 2011 “Idols Live!” tour. He calls touring on his own “totally different.
“The Idol tour was the fans getting to know us and everybody’s having a big celebration of the show. This is more me as an artist and me as how I’ve grown these last couple of years, and it’s fans of country music or me as much as fans of the show.
“The Idol tour was fun, we had a great time. But this is just a little more freedom and a little more me out there.”
McCreery said he loves life on the road.
“I love getting on the bus, chilling with the band — just jamming, doing whatever. We don’t take things too seriously out there. We have a good sense of humor.”


WINCHESTER: 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 31. Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival, Lake Skinner, 37701 Warren Road. $22.

COACHELLA: 8 p.m. Saturday, June 1. Spotlight 29, 46-200 Harrison Place. $45-$65. 760-775-5566 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Tweets from Scotty McCreery's RoadTrip tour this weekend

Sorry guys for being late - again - but I was out-of-state visiting with my daughter & granddaughter until last night. I will post more pictures & videos after work today - Donna
These tweets are from May 25
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NCSU baseball on @ScottyMcCreery bus @red_20 @Ktobin13 @RealKyleWiggins @ashleymccreery2 @TVLassiter @_willnorris

Ashley McCreery Ashley McCreery ‏@ashleymccreery2 Tense bus action right now!

Scotty McCreery's Uniqueness Develops Early

American Idol Season 10 winner's music influenced by Elvis

Scotty McCreery brings his deep country voice to Spotlight 29 Casino on June 1 for an 8 p.m. show. Scotty McCreery brings his deep country voice to Spotlight 29 Casino on June 1 for an 8 p.m. show.

When most of his peers were listening to The Backstreet Boys in the 1990s, Scotty McCreery was tuned into Elvis. That alone should have indicated the North Carolina native was unique. “Elvis was cool because he had many influences that went into his music.” McCreery said. “He had the deep country roots, the R&B, the gospel. I think that’s what made him so cool. I don’t know what it was that made me latch onto him at an early age, but it was pretty intense.”

 There was more. McCreery, who became the youngest male performer to ever win American Idol in 2010 at the age of 17, quickly separated himself from the rest of the show’s contestants with a deep, resonating voice. He came to hit those lower-register notes quite easily by letting Mother Nature do the work for him. “I went through puberty like everyone else, but I went through it pretty quick,” he said. “I skipped the whole cracking stage. I guess I got lucky. I don’t know where I got the deep voice. There is not a deep voice person on my side of the family. I’m glad it came, you know!”

McCreery arrives June 1 to perform at Spotlight 29 Casino in Coachella as part of his Weekend Road Trip 2013 Tour – his first as a headliner. Last year he built the foundation for that move by capturing New Artist of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in April 2012 and won the same award at the American Country Awards in December. He is still recording songs for his second album, which he said could hit stands by late September or early October. McCreery just finished his freshman year at North Carolina State a few days before this interview, and he talked about trying to fit in college around his singing career among other topics.

You sang on American Idol in April. How was it to go back to that environment after being away from it for a while? “It definitely takes me back. It’s different, but the main parts and main people are still there. It’s like a family reunion of sorts. It’s a little weird. That was my life for four months. It was good to see everyone again. I did it once and that was enough because it was pretty intense. Going back once a year is fine with me.” 
What was the last week on Idol like for you? How did you maintain your sanity? “You’re right on there. It was definitely one of those weeks because it was the big show and not just singing three songs. I was recording songs for my first album while also learning the whole performance stuff with everyone else. We had to make appearances, it was a 24/7 off-time, for that week, and they were squeezing in even more.” Lauren Alaina, who finished runner-up to you on Idol, also returned to perform on the show this year.
What kind of changes have you seen in her? “She has grown up. She was great on the show, but just to see her progress, how strong her voice is now and how good of a performer she is. She is really something else to watch.” You think the two of you would consider performing together? “If that opportunity arises that would be cool. We both came off the show and we both had that initial success. We’re still doing great, but we’re both looking for that hit that will take us to that next level in country music. Once we both hopefully get that, we could do a duet or a performance that would take us back to the beginnings.” 
You talked about the chance to contribute to the writing of the songs on your new album compared to the first album? What was that experience like, and how much writing have you done in the past? “The finale for Idol was May 26. May 26 they were sending me songs. It was definitely a quick deadline. We were recording songs while I was on the Idol Tour. I’m still proud of it, but it was definitely one of those things like, ‘Let’s get it out’. Now for this album, there is no deadline, looks like it will be out late September, early October, but if that doesn’t pan out and we get it out a little later or a little earlier, that’s fine. I have been in Nashville the last two days writing and recording. That process has been really good. Luckily, three or four of my tunes have been cut that I have written. I’ve been writing my whole life. I was writing songs in my bedroom upstairs and just writing them down. You hone your craft that way. Now I get a chance to write in Nashville and really hone into the whole art of doing it.
” How many hours did you take this past semester? “I took 13, so I was full-time. After every year, I will have to take a look back and see if college is the right thing for me. My career has to be No. 1, my first priority. I think I’m still going to able to continue with college. It worked out pretty well this year. I might jump down to part-time next semester. It was definitely a lot, but it was tough. It was fun, but it was a pretty big challenge to do both.
” How did you find that balance and not get pulled away by distractions? “It worked out alright. I took classes Mondays and Wednesdays, so I could head out on the road Wednesday night or Thursday morning. We could do what we wanted to with that schedule. But there are distractions. You want to go outside and play basketball when you should be typing a paper, but it was fun. I enjoyed it.
” Does this album go back to your true country roots more than the first one? “The thing about my music that I want to keep true is that it has country roots while keeping it current. I couldn’t go out there and do a straight traditional country record right now. It might not make it off the shelves. It’s just not what is happening right now. I love the music, but it’s not current. I want to have that country roots with the steel guitar and fiddle. All of that makes a true country record. But still you keep it current. If you listen, you’ll hear the traditional country but you’ll still feel this could be played on the radio.
How do you stay true to the person you are. There are temptations or things that go on in the business that can try to steer you in another direction. How do you remain the person you are before all of this started? “I think it comes down to the people around you. When I go on the road, I try to keep my family with me. I try to bring friends with me. I just need to keep the people who have my best interests at heart. You can trust people in the industry. There are good folks for the most people. But there are people out there who aren’t looking out for you, so you just got to be careful whom you trust and keep the close ones around you. I think I’ll be alright.
What have you learned about yourself as a performer from when you are on Idol to now? I feel more relaxed, more comfortable. That just comes with time. Before Idol, I had never performed outside of having my guitar and having a microphone in front of me. I didn’t have to move around the stage or anything. But when I got on ‘Idol’, it was kind of like ‘What the heck?’ Now I enjoy running around, but now in a more relaxed way.”
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Monday, May 27, 2013

New Concert: Jam In The Valley - Varysburg, NY July 5th

Scotty McCreery will play
at Jam In The Valley, Varysburg, NY on July 5th at 6:45 pm

Scotty McCreery will perform on Capital Fourth LIVE on PBS

July 4th "A Capitol Fourth" PBS -- Scotty and Jackie Evancho are scheduled to perform 

A Capitol Fourth

A Capitol Fourth

Tom Bergeron hosts a celebration of the nation's independence. Performers include Jackie Evancho and Scotty McCreery.


Nominations and awards appear where applicable.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Scotty McCreery will be performing at the House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC tonight

Scotty McCreery with Sarah Darling
Scotty McCreery with Sarah Darling
Scotty McCreery with Sarah Darling at the House of Blues Myrtle Beach 

  • About House of Blues Myrtle Beach
  • House of Blues Myrtle Beach opened in 1997 and is located along the White Pointe Swash stretch of ocean thought to have been a favorite hiding spot for famous pirates such as Edward "Blackbeard" Teach and Anne Bonney. Home to unique pieces of folk art by Jimmy Lee Sudduth and Ruth Mae McCrane, House of Blues Myrtle Beach was built to resemble a Southern farmhouse with adjoining tobacco warehouse. The music hall is sheathed in authentic tin from an old tobacco barn from Jackson Mississippi. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Myrtle Beach displays the "Crazy Quilt" and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage. 

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Scotty McCreery will be performing at the Wild Adventures Theme Park Tonight

Saturday May 25, 2013 8:00 PM 
Scotty McCreery in Concert at Wild Adventures!

America fell in love with Scotty in 2011 when he appeared on American Idol. His distinct country voice made him stand out among the rest as he won season ten of American Idol when a record-breaking 122.4 million votes were cast for the finale. “I Love You This Big,” became a top 15 hit, which the video for the song hit number one after one week of its release.

Scotty McCreery won AI 2 years ago today-let's take a look back at how it began and where he is today

Scotty McCreery reacts after winning at the "American Idol" finale on Wednesday, May 25 in Los Angeles. Other "American Idol" contestants are seen congratulating him.

Friday, May 24, 2013

Y108 8 Man Jam: Rodney Atkins, Scottty McCreery, David Nail, Chris Janson, and Joe Grushecky

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Moving Out of ‘Idol’

May 23, 2013

Moving Out of ‘Idol’

VALDOSTA — Winning “American Idol” gave singer Scotty McCreery a country music career, but it didn’t go to his head.

This weekend, the season 10 “AI” winner brings his new country music to Wild Adventures.

With summer here, McCreery, 19, will spend most of his time touring and playing shows, but come fall, he will return for his sophomore year at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C. Then, he will spend his weekdays attending classes for his communications major and spend weekends traveling to gigs.

School, family and friends are important to the rising country star. To compete in “America Idol” in early 2011, McCreery missed the second semester of his junior year in high school. In a phone interview with The Times, he said the show’s producers provided tutors for him. In winning the tenth season, McCreery had additional commitments that summer but did not want to miss the experience of his senior year in high school.

Through an arrangement with the high school administration, McCreery attended classes Mondays through Wednesdays but took school work with him as he traveled Thursdays and Fridays to open shows for country superstar Brad Paisley and fulfill other “AI” commitments. Through this arrangement, he also played baseball with his high school team.

His friends stuck with him through this period of going from being another high school junior to becoming a household name on “AI,” and McCreery remained true to his friends.

“I’ve been buddies with these guys since we were 2-year-olds,” McCreery says. “So they’re not impressed with the whole ‘American Idol’ thing.”

While high school administrators and teachers were understanding of McCreery’s changed schedule and new status, college professors have been less understanding and less impressed than his friends of his musical accomplishments and concert dates. Professors are more demanding and do not care if he’s been on the road, opening for Brad Paisley, enjoying a hit like “I Love You This Big,” or releasing a Christmas album. They want homework filed on time.

And McCreery complies. Since fulfilling his post-“Idol” obligations, he works on his own timetable.

“After winning ‘Idol,’ it was non-stop, a 24/7 job. It still is but not as intense,” McCreery says. “There wasn’t a day went by that we weren’t doing something. But now, instead of ‘Idol’ running the ship, I’m running the ship.”

He has his own deadlines. He will play and travel during his summer break. He will work on recording a new CD, which he hopes to see released by late September or early October.

“I don’t have a deadline,” he says of the new recording. He enjoys having the time to think about what songs he wants to include on the album, what songs he would like to record.

He also enjoys headlining his own tour, “working our way up and seeing the fans along the way.”

Overall, even with this weekend’s show falling on the two-year anniversary of his May 25, 2011, “American Idol” win, McCreery seems stunned by how much his life has changed.

“It’s pretty wild, really,” McCreery says. “For 17 years of my life, I’m an average normal teen going to school, doing homework, hanging out with my friends. ... It was all unexpected. I tried out for ‘American Idol’ not expecting much and it just kind of blew up on me.”


Country star and “American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery performs.

When: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 25.

Where: Wild Adventures Theme Park, Old Clyattville Road.

Admission: Concert is included in the park’s regular admission price and with season passes. Reserved seating is available for an additional $15.

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‘American Idol’ Scotty McCreery in Myrtle Beach to ‘sing some good music’

Since winning the 10th season of “American Idol” two years ago, Scotty McCreery still feels a rush seeing someone else win the crown.
Calling last Friday before a concert in Indiana, the day after a visit to Los Angeles, where he saw Candice Glover of St. Helena Island edge out Kree Harrison for the Season 12 title, McCreery couldn’t help reliving his moment.
“It was definitely bringing back memories of being there,” he said, complimentary of both finalists and grateful to meet and catch up with other contestants from his season on the Fox-TV series.
McCreery brought up the energy spanning a few seconds of “just being on stage at the last moment,” before one of the two is accorded the title, as he and Lauren Alaina experienced.
When the words “And the winner is” are uttered, he said, “you feel like it takes 30 minutes just to say the winner.”
McCreery brings his “Weekend Road Trip Tour” to House of Blues at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach at 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
Excited about his new single out, “See You Tonight,” the Interscope Records artist said it’s one of 12 out of about 17 songs he expects to make up his third album.
“It’s looking like it’s going to be out in late September or early October,” McCreery said. “I’m just working hard on that right now.”
Promoting a new record, “it’s like starting fresh from the radio side of things,” he said.
His debut CD, “Clear As Day,” from 2011, included singles “I Love You This Big” and “The Trouble with Girls,” and he released a Christmas collection last year. He also has garnered such honors as New Artist of the Year at the 2012 Academy of Country Music Awards.
The native of Garner, N.C., in suburban Raleigh, described how vocal training, practice and performance as a working, academic-driven teen laid the groundwork for his focus on everything he pursues.
“That foundation is huge,” he said. “It definitely helped me throughout my childhood.”
McCreery said growing up and getting accustomed to performing for audiences groomed him, yet, “It’s really tough going from playing for nobody to 20 million people a night.”
Mound’s a stage
He spent many games on the mound during high school, and his faith and fortitude helped with that pressure as well, especially when giving up runs to the other team.
“Baseball and pitching equate to being on the stage and being in front of people,” he said. “When you’re in there pitching, you’re the guy in the spotlight, controlling the speed of the game.”
Although he hung up his glove from competitive play, McCreery continues his studies at N.C. State University for a major in communication, “with a focus on the media side.” Besides rooting for the Wolfpack, he follows the Boston Red Sox, because his father grew up in New England.
McCreery still likes to throw for fun, for a breather “now and then” from his “full-time career” underway in music, and he said he spent spring break last year in Myrtle Beach.
With an ice rink in his hometown, and others across Greater Raleigh, McCreery said skating provided a great “hangout spot back in the day.”
“I was never good at it,” he said, “but I’m always good for a few falls and bruises.”
Reacting to remarks about being a role model for youth, McCreery said, “That’s very flattering and very great to hear.”
It’s as routine as being himself, “to influence people’s lives positively,” he said, in contrast to “a crazy mess” the entertainment field can flash at times.
“That’s not me,” McCreery said. “I’m just trying to go out and sing some good music.”
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Scotty McCreery will be performing at the House of Blues tonight in Orland, FL

  • About House of Blues Orlando
  • House of Blues Orlando opened in 1997 and is located in Downtown Disney West Side. The famous water tower, which founder Isaac Tigrett spotted on a train ride through the mid–west, stands over 100 feet tall and is a recognizable landmark to the Downtown Disney promenade. Guests at the House of Blues Orlando are treated to the artwork of Mr. Imagination, including his famous Arch. In keeping with tradition, the House of Blues Orlando displays the "Crazy Quilt" and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage.
Scotty McCreery
Scotty McCreery
Scotty McCreery 

Friday 05/24/2013
Doors: 07:30 PM
Show: 08:30 PM
$29.00 - G.A. Standing Advance
$32.00 - DOS G.A. Standing
Ages: all 

House of Blues Orlando
1490 E. Buena Vista Dr.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
(407) 934-BLUE (2583)

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Scotty McCreery to perform at the Y108 8 Man Jam at River Casinos tonight


The 2013 Y108 8 Man Jam powered by Bowser GMC Trucks, Thursday, May 23rd at Rivers Casino features 8 of today’s hottest country stars, all on one stage for just one night.


Chris Cagle

Rodney Atkins

Craig Campbell

Randy Houser

David Nail

Scotty McCreery

Chris Janson

Joel Crouse

Artists appear courtesy of Bigger Picture, Stoney Creek, Curb, Mercury, MCA and Showdog-Universal. Lineup subject to change. 




Wednesday, May 22, 2013

See You Tonight on Billboard Country & Country Aircheck

 CREDIT TO: Windmills from MJSBIGBLOG for the following information

windmills a day ago
Reporting in from Billboard Country Update and Country Aircheck:
Scotty's See You Tonight had a strong week gaining 658k and moving up 6 spots to #44, passing Phil Vassar, Chris Janson, Jon Pardi, Lennon & Maisy, Tate Stevens, and Eric Paslay while Keith Urban debuted ahead. With another week like this one, SYT will likely make Billboard t40 in its 6th week on the chart. For comparison's sake it took Water Tower Town 15 weeks to limp into the t40. It's key for SYT to waste as few weeks as possible making t40, so making it in 6 weeks would be a good start.

As far as how likely it is SYT will make t40, 3 Billboard recurrents this week (there will definitely be 2, and looking at Miranda's drop rate there will likely be 3) means he really only has to pass 1 song in front of him to make t40. Candidates for SYT to pass include Pistol Annies's Hush Hush (116k ahead but SYT outgained it by 334k this week), Drake White's Simple Life (164k ahead but SYT outgained it by 115k this week), and Parmalee's Carolina (568k ahead but SYT outgained it by 722k). Pistol Annies may pick up a little this week now that Miranda's single is headed to recurrency but this morning's update favored Scotty relative to the Annies, Drake White, and Parmalee. Looking at threats from behind Chris Young's Aw Naw actually gained 50k less than SYT last week and trails by 214k. But this morning's MB update points to Aw Naw picking up the pace this week and I do expect Aw Naw to pass either this week or next week. Also likely to pass in a couple weeks if not this week is Florida-Georgia Line's new single Round Here. My guess is Chris Young will pass Scotty this week but Scotty will pass 2 songs in front of him and end the week at #40. But he could go as high #38. Scotty is #10 on Billboard's most added this week with 8 more adds.

At MB/Aircheck, SYT debuted at #50 with 1019 points (+282 points). SYT trails Joe Nichols's Sunny And 75 by 35 points but Joe's song actually outgained and passed SYT on its way onto the chart and also had a better update this morning. Chris Young's song started out the week 128 points ahead and has likely extended that lead too. Eric Paslay and Lennon & Maisy are within reach though: Eric's Friday Night is 257 points ahead and SYT outgained it by 178 points last week, and Lennon & Maisy are 271 points ahead with SYT outgaining them by 92 points last week. Scotty will end the week somewhere between #46 and #49 (depending on whether Florida-Georgia Line really surges).

Looks like Scotty McCreery & friends have a lot of fun on tour

These videos were taken a couple weeks ago when Ashley, Gabi & Trent went along with Scotty on the tour - 

Ashley McCreery: "PA Bound:)"

Gabi Dugal: "My #firstpost on Vine" (featuring Scotty)

Scotty McCreery: "My #firstpost on Vine"

Scotty McCreery: "traffic"

Scotty McCreery roadtrips to Myrtle Beach this weekend

If you’re still kicking yourself for  missing North Carolina native and “American Idol” Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery at last year’s Azalea Festival, you can finally give yourself a break. With a tour opening for Brad Paisley and a year at North Carolina State University under his belt,  the Academy of Country Music’s 2012 New Artist of the Year is coming to the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach this Sunday as part of his Weekend Roadtrip Tour 2013.

The tour will feature mostly hits from McCreery’s first album, 2011′s “Clear As Day,” including “The Trouble With Girls,” “Water Tower Town,” and “I Love You This Big.” Fans will also get a sneak peek at some new material that’s set to be released later this year.

The 19-year-old has released two studio albums, his debut “Clear As Day” as well as “Christmas with Scotty McCreery,” which was released last October. “Day” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, earning McCreery the title of both first country act to debut at No. 1 with its first studio album, as well as youngest man to open at the top of the charts with his debut (McCreery also holds the title of youngest winner of “American Idol”). The debut album went on the garner No. 1 spots on five separate Billboard charts and is certified platinum. “Christmas,” certified gold, debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.

Catch a full listing of this summer’s regional concerts here.

What:      Scotty McCreery’s Weekend Roadtrip Tour 2013
When:    Sunday, May 26, ­ 8:30pm
Where:  The House of Blues, 4640 U.S. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Tickets: $29-$55.50
Details:, (843) 272-300

Scotty McCreary gives back to Garner

Scotty McCreery delivers cases of peanut butter to Amy White, founder and director of development of Community of Hope Ministries in Garner.
Contributed Scotty McCreery delivers cases of peanut butter to Amy White, founder and director of development of Community of Hope Ministries in Garner.
McCreery learns more about Garner's All-America City campaign from Mayor Ronnie Williams (left) and Town Manager Hardin Watkins.
Contributed McCreery learns more about Garner's All-America City campaign from Mayor Ronnie Williams (left) and Town Manager Hardin Watkins.
McCreery presents flowers to his former music teacher, Beth Palmieri, during a surprise visit to Timber Drive Elementary School on Tuesday. McCreery donated seven new Lenovo computers to Ms. Palmieri's classroom.
Contributed McCreery presents flowers to his former music teacher, Beth Palmieri, during a surprise visit to Timber Drive Elementary School on Tuesday. McCreery donated seven new Lenovo computers to Ms. Palmieri's classroom.
It was Scotty McCreery Day in Garner on May 14, and McCreery – who took time off from his busy schedule to return home – marked the occasion by giving back to his hometown in several ways.
The season 10 “American Idol” winner first paid a surprise visit to his old elementary school, Timber Drive Elementary, and donated seven new Lenovo computers to his former music teacher, Beth Palmieri.
The donation was made possible by a partnership between McCreery and the Morrisville-based computer maker.
The country music star next went to the Community of Hope Ministries food pantry at First Baptist Church of Garner and delivered several cases of peanut butter. The offering was part of McCreery’s efforts to promote’s Peanut Butter and Jam Slam, a campaign running through May 21 that encourages young people to help fight hunger in their communities by donating peanut butter, jelly or other non-perishable food items to local food pantries.
McCreery then went to Garner Town Hall and made a contribution to the town’s All-America City campaign after learning more about it from Mayor Ronnie Williams and Town Manager Hardin Watkins. The donation helped Garner exceed its $25,000 fundraising goal for All-America City efforts.
“This town’s given a lot to me through the years,” McCreery said. “It’s important for me to give back to the town.”
McCreery’s tour bus dropped him off at his home in Garner on Tuesday after two days of recording in Nashville and four shows in the Northeast.
The Town has designated May 14 as Scotty McCreery Day because on May 14, 2011, Garner organized a massive homecoming parade and concert for McCreery while he was competing for the “Idol” crown.
McCreery said he was optimistic about Garner’s chances of snagging an All-America City award next month.
“I think Garner’s the best town in America,” he said.
A contingent of citizens – including Community of Hope organizers – and town officials will travel to Denver June 14-16 to try to win the prestigious award, which recognizes citizen engagement and grassroots solutions to pressing community problems. Garner is one of 20 finalists for the award this year.

Scotty McCreery Day, All America-style

Scotty McCreery presents flowers to his former music teacher, Beth Palmieri, during a surprise visit to Timber Drive Elementary School on Tuesday. McCreery also donated seven new Lenovo computers to her classroom.

Town of Garner
Scotty McCreery put a bigger national spotlight on Garner during his run to win American Idol than anyone ever has before. On Scotty McCreery Day in Garner, he tried to help the town draw some more national recognition.
The young country star pitched in $10,000 toward the city’s fundraising efforts to send an entourage to the All America City competition in Denver during a multi-stop charity jaunt around town.  The donation helped Garner exceed its fundraising goal.
“The All America City stuff, it’s a huge thing to the town and to us. To me it’s the best city I could have ever dreamed of growing up in,” McCreery said. “I’m glad I had the opportunity to help. I really didn’t think twice about it.”

McCreery also donated seven new Lenovo computers to the classroom of his former music teacher, Beth Palmieri, in a surprise visit to Timber Drive Elementary. McCreery partnered with the Morrisville-based computer company on the contribution after singing for employees at a corporate event. He said he hand’t been to the school in a long time 

Later he visited Community of Hope Ministries at Garner First Baptist Church to deliver cases of peanut butter – a highly sought item for food pantries. McCreery hoped to promote’s Peanut Butter and Jam Slam, which encourages young people to donate nonperishable food items to pantries.  “We’re very blessed folks, so to spread those blessings is important,” McCreery said.

But the big check came out at Town Hall where he met with Mayor Ronnie Williams and Town Manager Hardin Watkins, who told him about the All America City campaign.
After an application process, the National Civic League tabbed Garner to be one of 20 finalists to attend the competition in Denver, where 10 winners will be named. Travel and other cost associated with the presentation have been estimated at $50,000 to send roughly 40 representatives to Denver, a roughly average cohort for the competition.
The town had been working to raise half of the money through funds – the rest would be covered in the budget. Garner leaders quickly raised more than $21,000, so McCreery’s donation pushed the town well over the $25,000 it had hoped to raise.
The theme of the year involves honoring service men and women and veterans. Garner’s just-dedicated Vetereans Memorial played a large role in its candidacy, and the town believes it has a great chance at becoming the first in Wake County to win the honor in 38 years. Garner is the first finalist from the Triangle since Chapel Hill in 1989, and would be the first winner since Durham in 1983.
May 14 was declared Scotty McCreery Day by the town a year after winning Season 10 of American Idol. His stay in Garner for the occasion was short; McCreery, who had bused in from New Jersey the morning of the donations, had to fly to Los Angeles the next morning after the donations. McCreery finished his second semester at North Carolina State University while balancing a tour schedule in the spring. 

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Graceland Beat Podcast 121: They talk about Scotty McCreery's visit to Graceland

Graceland Beat Podcast121: They talk a little bit about Scotty's visit it's around the 10:48 mark

RAW: Scotty McCreery talks new album and gives advice to new Idol

Credit to: WATCHFOX

'Idol' Scotty McCreery will 'See You' in Orlando

Season 10 winner performs Friday night at House of Blues

'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery performs at the House of Blues in Orlando on Friday night.'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery performs at the House of Blues in Orlando on Friday night. / FOR FLORIDA TODAY
WHO: “American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday
WHERE: House of Blues-Orlando, 1490 E. Lake Buena Vista Drive
COST: Tickets are $32.
INFO: Call 407-934-BLUE (2583). For more on McCreery, visit or send him a Tweet @scottymccreery.

THE STORY: With his new single “See You Tonight” climbing the charts, and a new CD in the works, Scotty McCreery, the season 10 winner of Fox’s “American Idol,” makes a stop at the House of Blues tonight.
What can you tell us about the CD you’re working on?
ANSWER: I guess you could say this is my true sophomore record, since my last album was a Christmas album. We have 12 songs done so far and we will cut 17, so five more to go. We are writing songs, and it’s a record I am very proud of. It has a better feel than my first album. I was proud of that record, too, but I think I am just more comfortable this time around.
Q: Do you plan on being more involved in the songwriting on any upcoming albums?
A: I am doing a lot of writing in Nashville, and I am very glad that the first single “See You Tonight” was one that I co-wrote. Even though that wasn’t planned or something I demanded, it was a good feeling. I enjoy writing and co-writing and getting into a studio; that is where the creative stuff starts, so I think I will always be involved that way.
How was it adjusting to life on a tour bus?
A: I actually love it. It’s a good time, and I think it is better than flying because on the bus I have a TV and a bed to sleep in. For this tour we have two buses, and I can bring a friend or family member along. It’s pretty fun.
What do you miss most about life before “American Idol”?
A: Discreetness and being incognito. There is no laying low anymore. I mean, people know me everywhere I go and that is not a bad thing. But you can never lay low and just hang out. I wouldn’t change a thing, though.
Do you miss playing baseball, too?
A: Oh, yeah, I miss baseball. I went to a Dodgers game a few days ago and it made me miss it more. I knew I wasn’t going to go on and play college baseball, though, because I wasn’t that good, so baseball was going to be ending for me soon, anyway. The competitive side of me misses baseball for sure.
Q: What was your most embarrassing moment onstage?
A: In New York, I fell off the stage and landed in this lady’s lap. I was pretty embarrassed, and I met her after the show and gave her an autographed picture to say I am sorry. Another time, a guy in the band kicked this ball up in the air and it came down right on the microphone, and I dropped it and it landed on this girl’s head. She was great about it, though, but it was pretty embarrassing, too.
Q: What do you say to critics who say “American Idol” rewards talented people who may not have necessarily paid their dues in the business?
A: To some degree, that might have merit. I mean some have become overnight successes, but make no mistake, being in the finals of “American Idol” is a 34-hour-a-day job, and you are always in the public eye, always rehearsing and performing in front of millions. I challenge those people who criticize it to go try. You can be a nobody and play in front of a few dozen people at bars for years before you make it, or you can be a nobody suddenly expected to perform on live TV in front of millions of people without cracking. I would say that isn’t exactly easy.
What is the craziest thing a fan has ever done to try and meet you?
A: Right after the show (“American Idol”), I was still in high school, and we would have people drive from all over the country to see one of my baseball games. It was flattering, but I wasn’t that good of a ballplayer, they should have seen me at a show.
How difficult has it been to juggle your school schedule at NC State and touring?
A: It has been difficult, but I am up to the challenge. I am off for the summer now, so it is not too bad. It is not like I am taking advanced calculus or anything right now. I am just doing the general ed thing right now. When school is in, I go to school Monday through Wednesday and then tour Thursday through Sunday.
Tell me about ScotTv.
A: I am excited about that. It was just a way to interact with fans. It shows people a different side of us and shows what goes on behind the scenes. We have a videographer that basically just follows us around and shows us what goes on. It was a little strange at first, but now we are all used to it.

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Credit to: apcable Published on May 20, 2013 Scotty McCreery Band

Monday, May 20, 2013

Scotty McCreery's SYT charts at #50 this week

Credit to: g1dragon21 - posted this on IDF yesterday

Allaccess just updated for the week!!!!!


54 50 SCOTTY MCCREERY See You Tonight 343 244 99 1.812

Here's the bottom 15 on the chart....

39 36 THOMAS RHETT It Goes Like This 837 718 119 4.492
41 37 LEE BRICE Parking Lot Party 794 510 284 4.703
38 38 RACHEL FARLEY Ain't Easy 753 719 34 3.864
0 39 KEITH URBAN Little Bit Of Everything 620 0 620 5.607
40 40 PARMALEE Carolina 694 697 -3 3.052
46 41 DRAKE WHITE The Simple Life 530 414 116 2.415
42 42 CHRIS JANSON Better I Don't 552 538 14 2.463
43 43 JON PARDI Up All Night 571 539 32 2.03
45 44 PHIL VASSAR Love Is Alive 522 461 61 2.304
44 45 PISTOL ANNIES Hush Hush 441 436 5 2.142
48 46 LENNON & MAISY Ho Hey 379 312 67 1.809
47 47 ERIC PASLAY Friday Night 446 403 43 1.738
57 48 CHRIS YOUNG Aw Naw 358 154 204 1.851
58 49 JOE NICHOLS Sunny And 75 355 128 227 1.502
54 50 SCOTTY MCCREERY See You Tonight 343 244 99 1.812

It's great to see Scotty's name on that list!!! yes.gif yes.gif yes.gif 

 This is what is showing as of tonight - Donna
53 50 Up this week SCOTTY MCCREERY See You Tonight 356 253 103 1.889

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What Stations have added SYT by Scotty McCreery

Here is a list of the radio stations that have added SYT so far - if you are on twitter please give these radio stations a shout out & thank them for adding SYT  - it looks as if with today's 5 adds there is a total of 35 stations that have added SYT to their playlist.

Credit to: Dusty125, DrDeb17, DMJ1825, Lexion from IDF for the following information
 These were the stations added today
* = Auto Add
Station Spins LW Format Market Label Owner Market
Rank Date/Time Added
KPLM-FM Pub 0 Country Palm Springs, CA 19/Interscope/Mercury R M Broadcasting 138 5/17/2013 8:51:00 AM
WCTK-FM Pub 6 Country Providence 19/Interscope/Mercury Hall Communications 43 5/20/2013 5:16:00 AM
* WSOC-FM Pub 10 Country Charlotte 19/Interscope/Mercury CBS Radio 24 5/20/2013 6:00:00 AM
WXBQ-FM Pub 15 Country Johnson City 19/Interscope/Mercury Bristol Broadcasting 106 5/17/2013 7:38:00 AM
WYNK-FM Pub 0 Country Baton Rouge 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 80 5/20/2013 10:24:00 AM

ok folks list of stations that have added SYT!!! show them all some love

KAJA-FM Pub 3 0 0 Country San Antonio 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 28 5/6/2013
KEEY-FM Pub 9 0 0 Country Minneapolis 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 15 4/22/2013
KHGE-FM Pub 3 0 0 Country Fresno 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 67 5/13/2013
KJUG-FM Pub 8 0 0 Country Visalia-Tulare 19/Interscope/Mercury Momentum Broadcasting 103 4/29/2013
KKBQ-FM * Pub 4 0 0 Country Houston 19/Interscope/Mercury Cox Radio Inc 6 5/6/2013
KKWF-FM Pub 7 0 0 Country Seattle 19/Interscope/Mercury Entercom 13 5/6/2013
KPLM-FM Pub 0 0 0 Country Palm Springs, CA 19/Interscope/Mercury R M Broadcasting 138 5/17/2013
KSNI-FM Pub 15 0 0 Country Santa Maria, CA 19/Interscope/Mercury El Dorado Broadcasters 202 5/13/2013
KSOP-FM Pub 3 0 0 Country Salt Lake City 19/Interscope/Mercury KSOP Inc 31 5/6/2013
KSSN-FM Pub 8 0 0 Country Little Rock 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 84 5/6/2013
KSUX-FM Pub 5 0 0 Country Sioux City, IA 19/Interscope/Mercury NONE 264 5/13/2013
KUPL-FM Pub 4 0 0 Country Portland, OR 19/Interscope/Mercury Alpha Broadcasting 23 5/3/2013
KVOO-FM Pub 22 0 0 Country Tulsa 19/Interscope/Mercury Journal Broadcast Group Inc. 66 5/13/2013
KWEN-FM * Pub 29 0 0 Country Tulsa 19/Interscope/Mercury Cox Radio Inc 66 4/22/2013
KWJJ-FM Pub 1 0 0 Country Portland, OR 19/Interscope/Mercury Entercom 23 5/13/2013
WBCT-FM Pub 1 0 0 Country Grand Rapids 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 69 5/13/2013
WCTK-FM Pub 6 0 0 Country Providence 19/Interscope/Mercury Hall Communications 43 5/20/2013
WDSY-FM * Pub 25 0 0 Country Pittsburgh 19/Interscope/Mercury CBS Radio 25 4/15/2013
WGNE-FM Pub 10 0 0 Country Jacksonville 19/Interscope/Mercury Renda Broadcasting Corporation 50 5/6/2013
WGTY-FM Pub 13 0 0 Country York, PA 19/Interscope/Mercury Times & News Publishing 108 5/6/2013
WJVC-FM Pub 25 0 0 Country Nassau-Suffolk 19/Interscope/Mercury JVC Broadcasting 19 5/6/2013
WKKT-FM Pub 1 0 0 Country Charlotte 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 24 5/6/2013
WKMK-FM Pub 16 0 0 Country Monmouth-Ocean 19/Interscope/Mercury Press Communications LLC 53 4/22/2013
WMIL-FM Pub 2 0 0 Country Milwaukee 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 38 5/13/2013
WOGK-FM Pub 14 0 0 Country Gainesville 19/Interscope/Mercury Dix Communications 89 5/6/2013
WPOR-FM Pub 5 0 0 Country Portland, ME 19/Interscope/Mercury Saga Communications Inc. 90 5/6/2013
WQDR-FM Pub 22 0 0 Country Raleigh 19/Interscope/Mercury Curtis Media Group 42 5/6/2013
WQHK-FM Pub 3 0 0 Country Ft. Wayne, IN 19/Interscope/Mercury Federated Media 112 5/6/2013
WRNS-FM Pub 4 0 0 Country Greenville, NC 19/Interscope/Mercury NextMedia Group 86 5/6/2013
 WRNX-FM Pub 1 0 0 Country Springfield, MA 19/Interscope/Mercury Clear Channel Communications 92

DK Browers Photography shares their pictures of Scotty McCreery's concert in Lancaster. PA

here is an album of photos from Scotty's show in Lancaster,PA

Click on the link below to enjoy these great pictures of Scotty 

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Scotty McCreery lights up Caesars Windsor in his first solo concert in Canada

Idol winner McCreery lights up Caesars Windsor 

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star) 
Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)

Country music singer Scotty McCreery, the winner of American Idol's 10th season who has since released a platinum and a gold album, performs at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor on Saturday, May 18, 2013. (REBECCA WRIGHT/The Windsor Star)