Saturday, August 31, 2013

Angie Johnson Joins Scotty McCreery’s 2013 Weekend Roadtrip Tour

By Megan Pacella August 30, 2013 5:30 PM s
Every great artist needs a great touring partner. Lucky for Scotty McCreery, he found one in Angie Johnson. Johnson is a newcomer to the country music scene, who was initially discovered when a video of her singing Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’ on a military base in the Middle East went viral. Carson Daly discovered the clip and invited Johnson to try out for NBC’s ‘The Voice,’ where she became a contestant for Cee Lo Green. Although she didn’t take home first prize on ‘The Voice’ (thanks to winner Danielle Bradbery), Johnson managed to score a lot of media exposure — and a record deal with Sony Nashville. She’ll join McCreery’s tour on Sunday (Sept. 1) in his home state of North Carolina, and it sounds like she couldn’t be more excited. “I just love Scotty’s voice,” Johnson reveals. “He’s a real talent, and I’m super excited to join him on his Weekend Roadtrip Tour. I think we’re going to have a blast on the road together!” Johnson got a little extra practice singing in front of huge crowds when she opened for the St. Louis Rams’ final pre-season game on Thursday (Aug. 29). Recently, the St. Louis native has been spending lots of time traveling to radio stations to promote her debut single, ‘Swagger.’ The tune has been the most-added single by a female artist for three weeks straight. Scotty McCreery 2013 Weekend Roadtrip Tour Dates With Angie Johnson: 9/1 — Manteo, N.C. | RI Festival Park 9/13 — Council Bluffs, Iowa | Harrah’s 9/20 — Shippensburg, Penn. | Luhrs Performing Arts Ctr 9/21 — Baltimore, M.D. | Ramshead Live 10/4 — Salem, Va. | Salem Civic Center 10/5 — Cherokee, N.C. | Harrah’s 10/26 — Troy, Ohio | Hobart Arena 10/27 — Bristol, Tenn. 11/1 — Danville, Kent. | Newlin Hall 11/14 — Austin, Texas | Waller Cre 11/15 — Winnie, Texas | Nutty Jerry

Friday, August 30, 2013

Scotty McCreery will be at Six Flags in Jackson, NJ tonight


Scotty McCreery In Concert


08/30/2013

Join us in the Northern Star Arena for Scotty McCreery in Concert presented by the MIKE AND IKE® Summer Concert Series! Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. and is free with theme park admission or season pass!

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Angie Johnson Joins Scotty McCreery On Tour


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New Sony Music Nashville artist and Air National Guard Tech Sergeant Angie Johnson, who gained fame when a video of her singing on a military base in the Middle East went viral, has been announced as the opening act for the fall dates of Scotty McCreery’s successful Weekend RoadTrip Tour 2013. She will join the tour this Sunday, September 1, 2013 in Manteo, NC.

“I just love Scotty’s voice,” said Angie. “He’s a real talent, and I’m super excited to join him on his Weekend RoadTrip Tour. I think we’re going to have a blast on the road together!”

Prior to hitting the road, the St. Louis native, whose debut single, “Swagger,” is impacting radio now, will sing the National Anthem at the Rams’ final pre-season game tonight, Thursday, August 29, 2013.

Angie, who has been busy visiting radio stations in support of “Swagger,” was recently featured in Billboard and the 18 million-circulation USA Weekend. She was featured on ESPN as the Grand Marshal of NASCAR’s recent Cheez-It 355 Sprint Cup Race, where she sang the National Anthem and called out the four most famous words in racing: “Drivers, start your engines.” “Swagger” has been the most added single by a new female artist for three consecutive weeks.

The Weekend RoadTrip Tour 2013 dates that will feature Angie as the opener are listed as follows:

Sept. 1–Manteo, N.C./RI Festival Park
Sept. 13–Council Bluffs, IA/Harrah’s
Sept. 20–Shippensburg, PA/ Luhrs Performing Arts Ctr
Sept. 21–Baltimore, MD/Ramshead Live
Oct. 4–Salem, VA/Salem Civic Center
Oct. 5–Cherokee, N.C./Harrah’s
Oct. 26–Troy, Ohio/Hobart Arena
Oct. 27-Bristol, TN/
Nov. 1–Danville, KY/Newlin Hall
Nov. 14-Austin, TX/Waller Cre
Nov. 15–Winnie, TX/Nutty Jerry’s

http://www.gotcountryonline.com/2013/08/29/angie-johnson-joins-scotty-mccreery-on-tour/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Scotty McCreery throws the first pitch of the game and makes a donation to RBF

Cute little Scotty! "I gotta see you tonight"
 
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Spent some pre-game time on the diamond while the Rays warmed up at Tropicana Field. Good times, great oldies...
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Great job by with today's first pitch (he throws gas)--and thank you to him for his donation to RBF!

Scotty McCreery Joins 106.5 CTQ for a Back to School Bash today





Join 106.5 CTQ and the White Buffalo Saloon for a free Back to School Bash featuring American Idol winner Scotty McCreery live in concert!

Enjoy a delicious dinner, line dancing and a free concert to kick off another great school year. As a bonus, everything will be wrapped up by 9pm so you can bring the kids too!

Free show
All ages welcome
Thursday, August 29th
Doors open at 4pm
White Buffalo Saloon (click here for directions and complete info)

Be sure to get there early to see the Brothers Osborne get the party started before Scotty takes the stage!

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

News Observer Article on Scotty McCreery's sophmore album


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Arguably the most famous sophomore at N.C. State University will be releasing his sophomore album in October.  Scotty McCreery, the “American Idol” winner from Garner, co-wrote five of the 13 songs on “See You Tonight.” The album will be available Oct. 15, with preorders starting Sept. 3.  McCreery’s debut, “Clear As Day,” went platinum (selling more than 1 million copies) after being released in October 2011. It debuted atop both the Billboard Top 200 and Top Country Album charts.

He technically had a second album, “Christmas with Scotty McCreery,” which debuted last October at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart. But it was mostly holiday classics, so “See You Tonight,” with all-new material, is being considered his sophomore album. McCreery said he wanted to find the right mix of songs to avoid any sophomore slump.

“While ... I had a platinum record and won awards and sold-out shows, I didn’t have that big radio hit,” McCreery told The N&O last year. “I’ve really go to take my time with finding songs and making sure they’re the right songs for this record.”

Some of those songs he found through his own songwriting, which he’s been working to hone in the past year. He shares co-writing credits on the songs “Now,” “Something More,” “Can You Feel It, “ I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend” and the title track, “See You Tonight.”

He released the “See You Tonight” single earlier this year and performed it in the song on a return trip to “Idol.” It peaked at No. 28 on the country singles chart. The song was rereleased and given a new commercial push this month. It was No. 77 on the iTunes country chart Wednesday.

Beyond promoting his music, McCreery, who will turn 20 this fall, is a dedicated member of the Wolfpack nation.  Last Saturday, he performed at N.C. State’s “Packapalooza” festival on Hillsborough Street. He even had new N.C. State football coach Dave Doeren and school chancellor Randy Woodson on stage for a performance of “Wagon Wheel,” the Old Crow Medicine Show song recently covered by Darius Rucker. ( www.youtube.com/watch?v=317J8X5vmqA)
 
McCreery particularly relished singing the line, “If I die in Raleigh, at least I will die free.”
He also took part in last weekend’s Jimmy V Celebrity Golf Classic.  And in October, he’ll once again perform two shows at the N.C. State Fair. The shows are Oct. 21 and 22. Tickets are $25 and are available at www.ncstatefair.org

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

TRACKLIST: Scotty McCreery To Release Sophomore Album In October

By Jessica Nicholson 
Scotty McCreery will release his sophomore album, See You Tonight, which will be in stores on Oct. 15. The project is produced by Frank Rogers and features several songs co-written by McCreery. This is the follow-up to McCreery’s debut album Clear As Day.
McCreery has been staying busy on the road with his first headline tour, The Weekend Roadtrip Tour 2013, which runs through the end of 2013.
Track Listing:
1. Now – Written by McCreery, busbee and Frank Rogers
2. See You Tonight – Written by McCreery, Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell
3. Get Gone With You – Written by Ross Copperman, Lynn Hutton and Tammi Kidd Hutton
4. Feelin’ It – Written by Frank Rogers and Matthew West
5. Feel Good Summer Song – Written by J. T. Harding, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne
6. Buzzin’ – Written by busbee and Frank Rogers
7. Can You Feel It – Written by McCreery, Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell
8. The Dash- Written by Kyle Jacobs and Preston Brust
9. Blue Jean Baby – Written by Matt Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Matt Jenkins
10. Forget To Forget You – Written by Casey Beathard and Michael Dulaney
11. I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend – Written by McCreery, Frank Rogers and David Fanning
12. Carolina Moon – Written by Jon Randall Stewart and Ronnie Stewart
13. Something More – Written by Scotty McCreery and Frank Rogers

Scotty McCreery To Release Sophomore Album In October

Jessica Nicholson • August 27, 2013 •
Scotty McCreery will release his sophomore album, See You Tonight, which will be in stores on Oct. 15. The project is produced by Frank Rogers and features several songs co-written by McCreery. This is the follow-up to McCreery’s debut album Clear As Day. McCreery has been staying busy on the road with his first headline tour, The Weekend Roadtrip Tour 2013, which runs through the end of 2013. Track Listing: 1. Now – Written by McCreery, busbee and Frank Rogers 2. See You Tonight – Written by McCreery, Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell 3. Get Gone With You – Written by Ross Copperman, Lynn Hutton and Tammi Kidd Hutton 4. Feelin’ It – Written by Frank Rogers and Matthew West 5. Feel Good Summer Song – Written by J. T. Harding, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne 6. Buzzin’ – Written by busbee and Frank Rogers 7. Can You Feel It – Written by McCreery, Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell 8. The Dash- Written by Kyle Jacobs and Preston Brust 9. Blue Jean Baby – Written by Matt Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Matt Jenkins 10. Forget To Forget You – Written by Casey Beathard and Michael Dulaney 11. I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend – Written by McCreery, Frank Rogers and David Fanning 12. Carolina Moon – Written by Jon Randall Stewart and Ronnie Stewart 13. Something More – Written by Scotty McCreery and Frank Rogers http://www.musicrow.com/2013/08/scotty-mccreery-to-release-sophomore-album-in-october/

Monday, August 26, 2013

Scotty McCreery Debuts New Trio Featuring NC State Head Coach, Chancellor

Credit to: NC State for the video
College football season is just a few days away, and Scotty McCreery seems to be ready for it. The singer took a respite from his touring schedule over the weekend to welcome back his fellow Wolfpackers to North Carolina State by making a little bit of history in the process.
The "American Idol" winner debuted a new trio during the Packapalooza street festival that celebrates Wolfpack Welcome Week. Performing alongside of McCreery were Chancellor Randy Woodson and head football coach Dave Doeren. 
The men combined their "talents" and school spirit on "Wagon Wheel," which also featured accompaniment from two Wolfpack mascots. McCreery seemed to take a great deal of pride in the line "If I Die In Raleigh, At Least I Will Die Free."
But, the singer proved himself to be an artist of equal opportunity, as he invited to the stage N.C. State’s baseball coach, Elliott Avent, and his team to congratulate their appearance in the College World Series earlier this year. "I grew up playing ball and I knew when I came to N.C. State that we had a great ball club," McCreery said. "I was extremely excited to see us to go Omaha this year."
McCreery also participated in this weekend’s Jimmy V Celebrity Golf Classic, which was sponsored by the foundation that is named for the late legendary Coach Jim Valvano (Jimmy V) has raised more than $100 million for cancer research. On Saturday night, he attended the V Gala, where he met former Dallas Cowboys star Emmitt Smith, who tweeted a photo of the two of them, and baseball pitcher Roger Clemens, who invited McCreery, a former high school pitcher, to spend time pitching and relaxing with him in Houston.
Today, he and father Mike McCreery competed in the golf tournament for the second consecutive year. "It was an incredible weekend," he says. "I was able to be a college student, a performer AND golf with great athletes such as Emmitt Smith and Roger Clemens to raise money for The V Foundation. Jim Valvano has always been one of my heroes. I’m honored to be a part of their Celebrity Golf Classic."
His current single, "See You Tonight," is climbing the charts and is the debut single from his second studio album, which will be released later this fall. He is on his first headlining tour, Weekend Roadtrip 2013.
McCreery seems to be ready to hit the books once again."I loved every minute of touring this summer and seeing fans around the U.S. and Canada, but I also looked forward to moving back in with my college roommates, walking around campus to classes and taking in some ACC football," he says.

http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/the-615/5672680/scotty-mccreery-debuts-new-trio-featuring-nc-state-head-coach 

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Saturday, August 24, 2013

Tweeted videos & pictures of Scotty McCreery at Packapolooza & Jimmy V Celeb Classic

my mum was so happy to meet tonight

Credit to: Bill Herrero   3m
: Look who is here this weekend. ” nice meeting you man!
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Scotty McCreery at Jimmy V Classic. Such a great guy. Picture with the family. My wife is a survivor!!! .

 Zoe ‏@ZoeHarrison625 3m

Scotty McCreery>>>>>>>> #Packapalooza #PackPride #concerttime #NCSU17 #NCSU #WolfpackWelcomeWeek http://instagram.com/p/daT_IivDU3/

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Getting ready for singing on Hillborough St with and Chancellor Woodson!

Me and getting ready to perform together at Packapalooza.


 Lee Montgomery ‏@lee_montgomery 5 min
My sister with @scottymccreery. She says: "I told him that my nephews live in the house he grew up in.… http://instagram.com/p/dZv7QFMbIu/
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MaryClaire Dawson ‏@maryclaired_ 27 min
oh hay Scotty http://instagram.com/p/dZr4uEBku8/
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