Friday, January 11, 2013

Scotty McCreery Makes Top 3 of Country American idol's

At Least he made top 3!!


Top 10 Country ‘American Idol’ Singers

Edit:  I went in and shortened the post to only include the top 5 because when the whole story was printed it was the only story showing on the site.  Donna
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Bucky Covington

The country favorite from the fifth season of ‘American Idol’ was Bucky Covington, who finished eighth that year. The singer from Rockingham, N.C. was as charming as any in the show’s history, and he turned that into radio gold — his debut album peaked at No. 1 while selling nearly 500,000 copies. A follow-up was expected in 2010, but Lyric Street closed, leaving this singer professionally homeless. Along with James, he is one who came prepared to play live after the series ended.
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Josh Gracin

Country music’s first ‘American Idol’ star was Josh Gracin, who released the Top 5 song ‘I Want to Live’ shortly after finishing fourth following the show’s second season. Gracin has a Gold record, three Top 5 singles — including the chart-topping ‘Nothing to Lose’ — and a number of other songs that earned significant radio play. While he parted ways with Lyric Street Records, he has since signed with Average Joes.
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Scotty McCreery

There was little doubt that Scotty McCreery would win Season 10 of ‘American Idol.’ The Garner, N.C. native delivered dominating performances each week, and his humble charm swept fans off their feet. His debut album went Platinum, and he’s followed that with a Gold Christmas album. Over time, McCreery could eclipse the No. 2 singer on this list, but he’ll need to find more success on the radio. ‘I Love You This Big’ is his highest charting song to date, peaking inside the Top 20. McCreery earned his spot as a top country ‘American Idol’ singer.
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Kellie Pickler

While with BNA Records, Kellie Pickler made a living from mid-charting songs that peopled rushed to buy. However, her best album came as she was splitting from the label. ‘Tough’ was named one of the top records of 2012 by many critics. Much like the No. 1 singer on this list of the top country singers from ‘American Idol,’ this North Carolinian combines artistry with commercial success – not to mention a telegenic personality. Now with Black River Entertainment, the future looks bright for Pickler. 
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Carrie Underwood

It’s impossible to ignore Carrie Underwood as the all-time best country singer from ‘American Idol.’ She’s sold more albums than any other singer of any genre that appeared on the show. ‘Blown Away’ will be her fourth album to go muti-Platinum, and she has a dozen No. 1 hits. Underwood is arguably the most recognizable star in the format — something you’d never realize if you ran into her at the supermarket or church. Despite the fame from the show, she has remained humble







Scotty McCreery to perform at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown, NJ



• Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown. Scotty McCreery, May 12, $49 to $100. Internet sales at this time, phones and box office at 10 a.m. (973) 539-8008, mayoarts.org.

Scotty McCreery will be at the Opry on February 2nd

 
THIS JUST IN: will be here for our 1st Saturday back at the Opry House! Come see him Feb. 2!

Saturday, February 2nd at 7:00 pm

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Tickets for Broadway Subscribers & General Season Subscribers on sale today

What you see is what you get, and that’s exactly why America fell in love with Scotty McCreery. The deep voice and undeniable charm took this small-town teenager to a country superstar. America first met Scotty when he won not only the hearts of millions, but also the grand prize and ultimate title on Season 10 of American Idol. Immediately following American Idol, Scotty hit the ground running with his first country album “Clear As Day.” The album’s debut single, “I Love You This Big,” placed on the Top 15 list and was the highest-charting debut single for a new artist in over 25 years. He continued with hits like “The Trouble With Girls,” “Clear As Day,” “That Old King James,” and “You Make That Look Good.” Don’t miss this ONE-NIGHT-ONLY country treat, as Scotty shows us everything he’s got right here on the Paramount stage.

TICKETS GO ON SALE:
January 11 @ 10 a.m. for Broadway Subscribers & General Season Subscribers. To purchase tickets, please call the Box Office at 630-896-6666.
January 16 @ 10 a.m. for the general public. To purchase tickets, please call the Box Office at 630-896-6666 or click “Order Tickets.”
$100 VIP Ticket Includes Concert and Meet & Greet. Only 50 tickets available! To purchase VIP tickets, you must call the box office at 630-896-6666.


Scotty McCreery
Mar 28 2013 
8:00 p.m.
  Paramount Theatre
  $35 / $40 / $100 VIP 
 
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