Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Scotty McCreery will participate in the 2013 Jimmy V Celeb Golf Classic


Participating Celebrities

The celebrities listed below will each be helping us to celebrate 20 years of cancer research in 2013! Not all listed will be celebrity golfers, but each will be joining us throughout the weekend at our many exciting events.
* Denotes a Celebrity Golfer.
 All other celebrities listed will participate as Celebrity Attendees at the Friday and Saturday evening events.
(View past celebrities list)
DJ A-Game
Celebrity DJ
Kim Alexis
Anthony Anderson
Actor/Comedian, "The Bernie Mac Show", "Law & Order"
Dave Annable
Actor, "666 Park Avenue", "Brothers and Sisters"
Bal Arneson
"Spice Goddess", Cooking Channel
Charles Barkley
NBA Hall of Fame / TNT Basketball Analyst
Rick Barry
Retired NBA, Basketball Hall of Fame
Bates Battaglia
Former NHL, Amazing Race 22 Contestant
Lewis Black
Steve 'Sting' Borden
Wrestler/World Heavyweight Champion/TNA HOF
Paul Boyd
CBS Correspondent, "Inside Edition"
Stephen Colletti
Actor, "Laguna Beach", "One Tree Hill"
Maureen "Mo" Anne Collins
Comedian/Acress, MADtv
Bobby Cremins
Former Head Coach, College of Charleston Men's Basketball
Walt Densmore
Former NCSU Basketball, 1983 Championship Team
Tony Dovolani
Professional Ballroom Dancer, "Dancing with the Stars"
Jermaine Dye
Retired MLB, World Series MVP 2005 (White Sox)
Todd Eldredge
U.S. Figure Skater, Smucker's Stars on Ice
Jack Ford
American TV News Personality, truTV's "Banfield & Ford: Courtside"
John Forslund
TV Play-By-Play Announcer, Carolina Hurricanes
Robert Gamez
PGA Professional Golfer
Mark Gottfried
Head Coach, NC State Men's Basketball
Tim Hardaway
Retired NBA
Kellie Harper
Head Coach, NC State Women's Basketball
Jay Harris
Co-Host, ESPN "SportsCenter"
Neon Hitch
Torry Holt
Retired NFL/NCSU Football
Terrence Holt
Former NFL/NCSU Football
David Justice
Retired MLB, Two-Time World Series Champion
Boris Kodjoe
Actor/Model, "Soul Food", "Undercovers", "The Gospel"
Ashley Massaro
Professional Wrestler, Former WWE
Scotty McCreery
Singer/Songwriter, American Idol Season 10 Winner
Roger Mooking
Celebrity Chef/Recording Artist
Kirk Muller
Head Coach, Carolina Hurricanes
Ahmad Rashad
Former NFL, NBC Sportscaster
Alfonso Ribeiro
Carlton, "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
Rodney Rogers
Retired NBA
Stuart Scott
ESPN "SportsCenter" / Studio Host
Stephen A. Smith
Sports Journalist, ESPN "First Take" & ESPN Radio
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
MTV, "Jersey Shore"
Shane Tallant
EMMY Award Winning Host, HGTV's "Designed to Sell", eXTRA TV Correspondent
Jason Terry
NBA, Boston Celtics
Trey Wingo
ESPN "SportsCenter" / Studio Host
Tony Woods
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Scotty McCreery will be at the Mayo Performing Arts Center in May

Scotty McCreery

Opening Act: Sarah Darling

Sunday, May 12, 2013 at 7 pm
GC Prem A B C
$89 $79 $69 $59 $49

More Information:
Scotty McCreery

America fell in love with Scotty McCreery from the moment he stepped on stage on American Idol to when he was crowned the 2011 champion. Scotty performs music from his debut album Clear as Day, which showcases his deep and undeniably country voice, his natural warmth and his charm that won him the votes of millions of fans across the country.
Scotty developed his unique way of looking at things while growing up with older sister Ashley in a musical household in Garner, N.C. By age 3, he was singing “The Muffin Man” to anyone who would listen, and a few years later he was repeating the words of those around him in a song. His father, a senior manufacturing systems analyst, and his mother, a real estate agent and teacher, sang in the church choir, as did their children.

His grandmother gave Scotty a book on Elvis Presley when he was in pre-school, so Scotty began walking and talking like The King. His mother listened to artists such as Conway Twitty while driving, and Scotty quickly fell in love with those sounds. He still vividly remembers his first country concert, a show featuring George Strait, Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack.

He began guitar lessons at age 10 and was so hooked that he started sleeping with the instrument. “I would wake up and have my guitar and my friends would be sleeping,” he says. “They would give me a look and I’d be like, ‘All right,’ and put the guitar down so they could go back to sleep. But they were really accepting of it. They would say, ‘Learn this song,’ and I would play it for them. When we became teenagers, we would drive around listening to ‘Your Cheating Heart’ and ‘Okie From Muskogee.’”
Scotty sang in his school choirs since elementary school, including the high school group that travels nationally and consistently wins competitions. His voice dropped dramatically when he was about 13. “I didn’t notice a difference, but my mom said it fell off a cliff,” he says. “There was no real cracking.”
He performed locally at Christmas events and at Bullfeathers Restaurant. His rendition of label mate Jamey Johnson’s hit “In Color” helped him win Clayton Idol and gave him the confidence to perform more frequently in public.

His parents, as well as his chorus teacher, believe something else gave Scotty the confidence to perform in public – pitching baseball. Following in the footsteps of his father, who was also a baseball pitcher, Scotty learned to pitch at an early age. “When you are a pitcher, all eyes are on you,” says his mother, Judy. “You have to be focused and able to handle pressure.” It turns out that Scotty is as pitch-perfect on the mound as he is onstage: in his last varsity high school game, he pitched a complete shut-out and struck out nine batters.

He continued that winning streak on the stage of American Idol, where he became the youngest male winner and the only country male winner in the show’s history. He’s now eager to take the next step of his country music career with the release of his debut album, which comes the same week as his 18th birthday. But it turns out that he’s already received the best birthday present possible: the support of people across the nation who’ve made it clear as day that they love both the music and the young man.
“I am so grateful to all of the fans out there because we’ve been on this journey together,” he says. “They are the reason I am where I am; they voted me through. Hopefully with this album we can continue this journey and see where it takes us.

“Performing on tour has really taught me a lot,” he says. “We have different crowds and different responses that always keep it fresh. It’s showing me that this is what I want to do forever. I thrive on this and I’m really enjoying it. Hopefully I can do this for the rest of my life.”

Sarah Darling:
The magic of Sarah Darling's artistry lies in the power and passion of her voice, the cool believability of her approach and the grace and assurance of her stage presence. Collectively, their effect on industry pros and everyday fans alike has brought her an enviable set of
milestones. She hit #1 on CMT.com with the video to her 2011 single, "Something to Do With Your Hands," and performed on the stages of both Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry. Press accolades include The New York Times noting her as "a sophisticated songwriter" with a "crisp, powerful voice.".


ScotTV - Episode 2 - First Weekend Roadtrip

Credit to: smccreeryofficial

A couple polls that you can vote for Scotty McCreery

 Just a reminder - these polls are just for fun, they don't help Scotty in any way other than keeping his name out in the public - so let's show them that McCreerian's Rock!!!

The New 103.7 Hot Men Madness is back for another sexy year!  Last year you voted Christian Kane as the hottest man in country music, but can he keep his crown for two years?  We start with 64 of country music’s most delicious men and you’ll vote it down to one final winner!

First 64 – Vote daily until Sunday, March 10 at 11:59pm ET.
Big 32 – Vote daily until Sunday, March 17 at 11:59pm ET.
Sexy 16 – Vote daily until Sunday, March 24 at 11:59pm ET.
Elegant 8 – Vote daily until Sunday, March 31 at 11:59pm ET.
Fab 4 – Vote daily until Sunday, April 7 at 11:59 pm ET.
Final 2 – Vote daily until winner is reached on Sunday April 14 at 11:59 pm ET.

And then you, our amazing listeners, will have voted yet another sexy country king to the crown to hold the title for the next 365 days.


March Catness – Pick Your Favorite Male Singer [POLL]

We’re kicking off March Catness here at catcountry1073.com. We need your help and your vote!
It’s kinda like March Madness. Then again, it’s nothing like March Madness.
Anyway, what we’re doing during March is asking your to pick your favorite Cat Country Male and Female Singers, plus best Duos, Groups, and your favorite Cat Country song.
Here’s the voting schedule:
  • March 1 – 6 – Favorite Male Singer



Thursday, February 28, 2013

Round #1: 32 of the Hottest Men in Country Music

Who do you think is hotter? Vote in the head to head match-ups below!

Read more: http://www.us1035.com/pages/_pages_hot_men_bracket.html#ixzz2MnIMiWwl