Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Tweeted Pictures of Scotty McCreery's Album Release Party at Hard Rock Cafe

Scotty McCreery takes the stage at Hard Rock Cafe.

live from his album release party in NYC!
Felt good to sing some of my new songs tonight! Time to sign some albums NYC!

Ryan Seacrest Shares 10 Things You Might Not Know About Scotty McCreery

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Scotty McCreery

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Tweeted pictures of Scotty McCreery's Busy Day in NYC

Hanging out with my friends over at

At for College Football Country. Last stop before the fan release party tonight!

called C&C this AM! He lets us in on if he has a GF and about his 2nd album which is out today!

Yup!! RT : The official after party! Send Q's to using

  43m (This is a Video)
What do ya say…lets get it to #1

watching the Boston-Detroit game backstage at before the show

Walmart Soundcheck - Interviews, Live Performances, Music Videos

Walmart Soundcheck - Interviews, Live Performances, Music Videos


By Amy Sciarretto 

Scotty McCreery, a bonafide country star and former winner of ‘American Idol,’ taking home the crown during Season 10 in 2011, visited the PopCrush compound and gamely agreed to participate in a round of Pop the Question with us.
The singer, who is releasing his new album ‘See You Tonight,’ tomorrow (Oct. 15), is a baseball player, so we figured he’d have terrific aim and that those balloons wouldn’t stand a chance. And they didn’t!
During the sesh, McCreery revealed which rumor keeps following him, involving his demise and water.
He also shared details of his first smooch, which took place when he was “young Scotty”; why he hates people leaving dirty dishes in the sink; and most importantly, he showed us his go-to dance move, which involved his hands and covering his face. It was super silly and cute.
The former “American Idol’ singer also shared details about the time he met The Boss. Yes, we’re talking about Bruce Springsteen.
Find out more fun facts about Scotty McCreery by watching this PTQ sesh!


Chop up: Scotty McCreery

By Jason Jordan

We caught up with the American Idol winner and had him reminisce on his high school days, and more.
Before Scotty McCreery was melting the hearts of millions with his melodic country swag in route to winning American Idol back in 2011 and before he was selling 1.6 million albums worldwide, making himself a household name in the process, McCreery was simply known as... Larry Bird?
"I could shoot the lights out," McCreery said. "Yep, back in the fourth grade I never missed. I could knock shots down all day. They really called me Larry Bird."
Larry "Legend" you say? The former Celtic great with three NBA titles and three league MVP's?
Wait, wait, something's not adding up.
Where's the part about McCreery going on to become one of the top high school players in the country, picking a storied college program and making noise in the NCAA Tournament?
"Well, then came the fifth grade," McCreery said. "It just left me."
I caught up with McReery to chat about everything from how his basketball skills faded to his excitement about today's release of his sophomore album "See You Tonight" to why he'd pick N.C. State forward T.J. Warren over LeBron James.
Jason Jordan: Your new album "See You Tonight" dropped today; you've gotta be really excited about this project.
Scotty McCreery: Oh yeah we're all really pumped! This is a project that we've been working on for more than a year now, and the biggest thing for me is the music. I love this album; we've got some great songs up here. I hope the fans all like it and go out and get it; we'll be playing these songs on the road here soon.

Complete article here

Album Spotlight: Scotty McCreery, ‘See You Tonight’ – ToC Critic’s Pick

By Billy Dukes

“Dynamic” could be a one-word review of Scotty McCreery‘s sophomore album, ‘See You Tonight.’ The 20-year-old’s follow-up to his post-’American Idol’ debut leans into life’s exciting edges. The songwriting and production — especially the production — are sharp, but most exciting is the new sides of this singer fans see for the very first time.

‘Buzzin” is a perfect representation of the 13 tracks on ‘See You Tonight.’ “Some like to sip, some like to chug / Some like to dip, some light one up,” McCreery sings before describing how he gets his buzz on, while a rolling banjo keeps your foot thumping throughout the nearly four-minute track.

Sure, these lyrics are pretty tame in comparison to what’s already on country radio, and in the end the song doesn’t compromise his squeaky-clean image. But it’s nice to see McCreery flirting with danger, as he does often on the new project, which hits stores Oct. 15.

‘Now’ kicks off seven straight strong songs to start the album. It’d be a great choice for a second single, because those who’ve dismissed McCreery as a caricature will be forced to take another look at him. Vocally, he introduces a new style that resurfaces on ‘Feelin’ It,’ ‘Buzzin” and ‘Can You Feel It.’

A ballad called ‘Feel Good Summer Song’ may be the best song the former ‘Idol’ winner has cut to date. McCreery doesn’t just sing about hurt on this track, he clearly reaches back to a painful memory and relives it. “Since you’re gone / I can’t hear another feel good summer song / The sunshine only lights up what is wrong / I should just give in and sing along,” he sings during a chorus that will inevitably draw favorable comparisons to Keith Urban‘s ”Til Summer Comes Around.’ It’s a strong compliment.

Tracks eight to 10 are a dip before ‘See You Tonight’ finishes strong with ‘Carolina Moon’ (an Alison Krauss collaboration that adds major credibility to the project) and ‘Something More,’ McCreery’s not-so-subtle statement about the type of music he enjoys — and more interestingly, the type he’s sick of hearing. Only ‘The Dash’ leaves one reaching forward to hit the “skip” button. The message is cliche, and the concept difficult to embrace.

Frank Rogers guides McCreery through the album, producing the whole thing and co-writing several songs. His vocal mix allows other elements to help carry the load — the burden isn’t solely on McCreery this time — but most importantly, he finds an organic, yet contemporary blend that fits the North Carolinian like a tailored suit.

‘Feelin’ It’ pushes the young singer to the edge of his comfort zone — it’s Florida Georgia Line-ish — but that’s good. A true artist learns to embrace that inner anxiety caused by doing or saying something new and unexpected.

Tracks to Remember: ‘Get Gone With You,’ ‘Feel Good Summer Song,’ ‘Buzzin’,’ ‘Carolina Moon’

Did You Know?: McCreery says the songs he helped write (‘Now,’ ‘Can You Feel It,’ ‘I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend,’ ‘Something More’ and the title track) are the ones he’s excited for fans to hear, but also ‘Carolina Moon.’ He calls the duet with Alison Krauss the most country song on the record.


Looks Like Hard Rock Cafe is Ready for Scotty McCreery's Album Release Party Tonight

Scotty McCreery's Sophomore Album "See You Tonight" Is Released Today!!!!