Saturday, September 28, 2013

Pictures & Videos tweeted from Scotty McCreery's Concert at Wild Bills tonight

Here in Duluth at and Dry County with a little Man of Constant Sorrow!


 Mike McCreery@MikeMGarner 14m   THIS IS A VIDEOS
I always love this part. Scotty McCreery signing a few hands during WMNOYH!

Having a great time with doing a little George Strait!
Back to the beginning, sings the song that started it all over 2 years ago! I Love You This Big!

At keeps it going with Water Tower Town!

Scotty McCreery getting things started here at Wild Bills! Rock This Night....  

Looking forward to show tonight at 9:45 here at in Duluth.

Scotty McCreery snippets from his Sophmore Album See You Tonight are on iTunes

Head over to iTunes to hear longer snippets from Scotty's Sophomore Album See You Tonight

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

14.  Roll Your Window Down - Written by
15.  Before Midnight - Written by Scotty McCreery Jon Mark Nite and Jimmy Robins
16.  Carolina Eyes- Written by Aaron Goodvin, Adam Sanders, and Cole Swindell






Announcing Scotty's SYT Better By The Dozen Campaign


1.   Secure 12 See You Tonight CD booklets with 2 rubberbands as shown in picture above.
2.  Place 7 first class stamps on a large envelope.
3.  Place a return SASE, also with 7 stamps, along with the 12 CD booklets, inside the large envelope.
4.  Mail to: Fan Clubhouse
                     2813 Azalea Place
                     Nashville TN 37204
5.  Allow 2 weeks to receive your autographed booklets!

Thank you for supporting Better By The Dozen! 

Scotty Mccreery and Florida Georgia Line Team up and Provide Water

Scotty McCreery, Florida Georgia Line Help Provide Clean Water to Children in Need By Christina Vinson September 27, 2013 Scotty McCreery and Florida Georgia Line recently joined forces with celebs like Scarlett Johansson, President Bill Clinton, Celine Dion, Justin Bieber and Morgan Freeman, but not for entertainment — it was in the name of clean water. The long list of stars used their influence for a really good cause, pushing a project called Flash Flood for Good that brings clean water to children in need who reside in three of the most affected countries in the world: Ethiopia, Myanmar and Rwanda. More than 2,000 children die each day from unsafe water, but there is hope if everyone fights against this tragedy together. Florida Georgia Line tweeted: “The #FlashFloodForGood is on! Can 1 Tweet bring 1 million kids clean drinking water for a year?” McCreery added an additional plea, writing, “Proud to lend my voice to children who need clean water to live! The #FlashFloodForGood is on! Pls donate now.” Flash Flood for Good seeks to change social media currency into real currency for 72 hours. The recent ‘flash flood’ began Sept. 24 at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, focusing on clean water, and ended Friday (Sept. 27). Here’s how it works: if you add your Facebook and Twitter feeds to Flash Flood for Good, you’ll post together with the project. As a result, hundreds of millions of people will see their message and can donate instantly. Everyone was asked to donate $10, which provides one child with clean drinking water for a year. Hundreds of millions of people did see the message, and the project actually surpassed its original goal, reaching 544,987,860 people with the message and cleaning 1,861,500 liters of water in total. Although the flood is over, the need for clean water isn’t, and the website