Wednesday, September 25, 2013

New Concert: Scotty McCreery will perform at the Concert In The Corn - Nov. 9th

Concert in the Corn is BACK! This year is bigger and better than ever! More bands, more parking, more Bull Family Fun! See Scotty McCreery and Love and Theft with Whiskey Dixon at Brookdale Farms Corn Maze on November 9th.

 Buy your parking passes in advance at Brookdale Farms Corn Maze, 8004 Twin Rivers, in Eureka, MO, so you and your friends can join in the Bull Family Fun at Concert in the Corn. Advance parking passes are only $15.


Scotty McCreery will be on HLN Morning Express Friday 9/27

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will also be this Fri morning 9/27! Who's coming?

http://www.hlntv.com/shows/morning-express-robin-meade


Brought the post below over from scottyfans.com

Tune-In Alert! Check Out Scotty's Appearance on CNN

Attention Scotty Fans!  Scotty recently did an interview on CNN and we are spreading the word, so be sure and tune-in!   There are several times this week that you can catch the interview:

24th Tue    12-1P
25th Wed   3-4P, 5-6P
26th Thurs     10-11A
27th Fri      6-7P
28th Sat     8-9A, 1-2P
29th Sun    4-5P
30th Mon      2-3P 

Scotty will also be interviewed on HLN Friday (9/27).  The interview will be live in the 8 am (Eastern Time) hour. Be sure and set your DVR or tune in LIVE!

Zimbio.com Shares pictures of Scotty McCreery singing at National Park on 9/22

Scotty McCreery - Miami Marlins v Washington Nationals - Game One

 Country music singer Scotty McCreery sings God Bless America during the seventh inning stretch of a game against the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park on September 22, 2013 in Washington, DC. (September 21, 2013 - Source: Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images North America) more pics from this album »

Click on the link below to see more pictures of Scotty
http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Scotty+McCreery



94.7 QDR Radio Station is giving you a chance to meet Scotty McCreery

MEET SCOTTY McCREERY
Win a chance to meet Scotty McCreery at the QDR studio Thursday October 10th as he gives us a sneak preview of his new album "See You Tonight"!

Tell us why you're the BIGGEST Scotty fan!  We'll choose 6 lucky winners and their guests to join us with Scotty LIVE!  

Click on the link below to enter

What Does Scotty McCreery Think of His Fans??

Credit to: fanlalatv

Scotty McCreery ‘American Idol’ winner stops at Luhrs Center

By JOZALYN GREGOR
Updated: 09/23/13 10:36pm

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Scotty McCreery serenades the audience on Friday night.


Country music superstar Scotty McCreery graced H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center with his soulful and deep voice Friday, Sept. 20, as part of his “Weekend Roadtrip” tour.  Angie Johnson, Season 2 contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” opened the show for McCreery.   Her powerful vocals impressed the entire crowd and although she sang several songs off her EP, it was her rendition of Adele’s, “Rolling in the Deep,” that had the audience singing along and praising the former Air Force staff sergeant.

The sold-out show had audience members on the edge of their seats and even on their feet the entire time.
Starting the show with, “Rock this Night,” the American Idol Season 10 winner quickly set a fun, energetic tone for the night.

McCreery, 19, from Garner, N.C.s had the audience hanging on his every low note all night.
From babies to senior citizens and everything inbetween, the audience cheered loud and sang along with McCreery all night. During the popular song “Write My Number on Your Hand,” audience members participated in a popular McCreery show ritual.  Prior to the end of the song, McCreery stopped singing, allowing audience members to enjoy his band playing, during which girls from every age group, rushed the stage to have Scotty write his number on their hands. A new tradition during the song, for many it was a highlight of the evening.

During the hour and a half set, McCreery performed songs from his debut album “Clear as Day,” released in 2011 and his sophomore album “See You Tonight,” to be released Oct. 15.
Along with his own songs, many written by the young artist, McCreery also performed a number of covers including “Do You Love Me,” by George Strait, a beautiful rendition of “The Dance,” by Garth Brooks, and “Celebrity,” by Scotty’s previous tour mate, Brad Paisley, who made a hilarious appearance via video prior to the song.  The University of North Carolina undergraduate took time from singing to talk about his appreciation to be in Shippensburg.

Being from a small town in N.C., McCreery told the crowd about his appreciation of “grass roots.”
Proudly standing on stage, McCreery said he is proud to “wave the good flag of country music,” causing the crowd to erupt into a roar of cheers and applause.   The show ended with a standing ovation.

While McCreery may have gotten his start on “American Idol”, anyone given the opportunity to watch him live would easily argue that he is much more than a singing competition winner.  With a voice and charisma well beyond his 19 years, McCreery put on a show that made Shippensburg proud to say they were a pit stop on his “Weekend Roadtrip.”

Published September 23, 2013 in Arts & Entertainment
 

Scotty McCreery Makes Impact On Kids, Visits US99.5 in CNN Feature

Click on the link below to view the video - It's a great interview!!
 
http://us995.cbslocal.com/2013/09/24/scotty-mccreery-makes-impact-on-kids-visits-us99-5-in-cnn-feature/

CNN featured American Idol winner Scotty McCreery in their “Impact Your World” video series for his contributions to helping kids in need, highlighting his recent visit to US99.5′s Blue Cross Blue Shield Performance Stage.
Scotty opens the clip saying, “I could have never imagined or prepared for what was going to happen to me.”
After winning American Idol and becoming a Country music star while still attending college, he has made himself a role model for kids and uses his success for a great cause.
Since Scotty’s two favorite things are music and baseball, the RBI Program and MLB is a perfect fit for him. The charity is helping revitalize baseball for kids in the inner city, and his experience playing baseball while growing up and learning how to persevere helps him connect with them. For more on MLB community programs, click here.

Photos: Scotty McCreery Performs Live On The Blue Cross Blue Shield Performance Stage