Thursday, January 30, 2014

Scotty McCreery - Year In Review 2013

Credit to: idolizer24

Scotty McCreery, post 'Idol,' going stronger than ever

By Steve Knopper, Special to the Tribune
9:50 a.m. CST, January 30, 2014

No longer is Scotty McCreery the country-music star who finds time for a full load of college classes. "That was tough," says the 2010 "American Idol" winner. "It took a lot out of me to do that. Monday to Wednesday, I'd be physically in class, then Thursday to Sunday we'd tour. I'd get here late Sunday night or early Monday morning and I'd get to class. I enjoyed the challenge, but it was a big juggling act."

McCreery still attends North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C., not far from Garner, his hometown. But he recently realized that in order for a country star to have hit country singles, he needs to schmooze radio programmers everywhere, in person. That takes time away from studying. While he did extremely well in his first semester — "one credit shy of Dean's List, which would have been a nice clipping for the press," McCreery says — his academic performance flattened out a bit. So he's a part-time student.

"I felt like (professors) were empathetic but not sympathetic. They understood what I was going through, but they also had the mindset of 'if you're going to be a student, you're going to be a student,'" he says. "Kind of had the effect of the kid whose dad is on the ball team — a coach who's harder on him than any other player. They didn't want to give me any special gradings. Which is what I wanted. If I'm going to do it, I'm going to do it."

McCreery, 20, was an instant country hitmaker in 2011, not long after he won "Idol." His first single, a ballad called "I Love You This Big," hit No. 32 on the country charts, setting a record for a debut single. But he has had trouble sticking to radio playlists since then, particularly for his latest album, last year's "See You Tonight." The title track peaked at No. 15, and nothing else made the Top 40 on Billboard's Hot Country 100. McCreery acknowledges the work he still needs to do to push his songs onto the radio.

"Country radio is a relationship. I felt like that was one thing I needed to do — go meet these people and say 'hey,' and get to know them. ... It's still a work in progress," he says, by phone from campus in Raleigh. "This semester will be pretty important for me. If my label needs to call me at the last second — 'you need to go here' — I'm available."

McCreery began singing as a little kid, evolving from school concerts to competitions and coffeehouses in his hometown. In high school, he was a baseball pitcher, but he auditioned for the Fox talent-show fixture at age 16, finding himself on TV before judges Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson. They compared his warm baritone to that of Randy Travis, and from there, the loyal country fan-voters took over. He beat another country singer, Lauren Alaina, and bid farewell to his pitching career forever.

The thought crossed McCreery's mind to try out for NC State baseball, but he rejected it quickly. He has talked to the head coach, Elliott Avent, and both agree that McCreery has a "Division I slider" but a "Division IV fastball" — not enough variety for a college pitcher. "If I got back in the saddle, and really started working hard, I could. Maybe," he says. "But they're a really, really good team. I don't know if my skills could hack it."  "I was always a pitcher — that was my first gig. Baseball was a huge part of my life until about two years ago," he says. "I worked hard at it, but music was always a passion. Music was what I came home to. I picked up my guitar and started learning new songs."

After "Idol," McCreery immediately put out "Clear As Day," in which his deep-but-expressive voice transcends a mostly formulaic album dealing with stolen kisses, country roads and mama hollering "suppertime." He followed up last year with "See You Tonight," which he has repeatedly called his "more mature" album — he co-wrote five songs for it, and the album has a bit more complexity and nuance than the debut. "Feel Good Summer Song," for example, cleverly subverts the happy title and chronicles a relationship gone bad: "The sunshine only lights up what is wrong," he sings.

"One of the big things I loved for this record, which we didn't have for the first record, was time. We got off the show ('Idol'), and did a record, so we didn't have time to get creative," he recalls. "We took more than a year to make this record -- we were writing months and months ago and searching for songs way more early. We just had a lot more material to look through and I feel like we had better song selections.
"It's not all rainbows and butterflies," he says. "There's some heartbreak in there."

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When: 8 p.m. Thursday
Where: Joe's Bar, 940 W. Weed St.
Tickets: $27; 312-337-3486 or joesbar.com

http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainmen...0,1023283.story

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Scotty McCreery is in Greenville, SC tonight for the WSSLE 100.5 Acoustic Jam

WSSL 100.5  presents  ACOUSTIC JAM GREENVILLE SC 7.30pm



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» Tuesday, January 28th
» 7:30pm
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Win a Special Day with Scotty McCreery

The KTTS Country Cares St. Jude Radiothon is coming up in March but we want to give you a chance to become a Partner in Hope before then!
By becoming a Partner in Hope today, you will automatically be qualified to win a special day with Scotty McCreery!  Including a private performance, meet with Scotty, and go to his concert at the Gillioz Theater!!
As a Partner In Hope®, you will be among the most dedicated St. Jude supporters that ensure that no child is ever turned away because of a family's inability to pay.  For just $20 a month you will be helping St. Jude treat children battling cancer and conduct research that may one day lead to a cure.
Click HERE to become a Partner in Hope! 

* You can also register to win at KTTS.  KTTS is located at 2330 W. Grand Street, Springfield, MO

 

* Click HERE to see official rules.

http://www.ktts.com/events/promotions/242234661.html 

Monday, January 27, 2014

More Pictures from Scotty McCreery's Concert in Newark Ohio

Amy, who visits Fans of Scotty regularly, was at the See You Tonight Tour on January 23rd in Newark, OH at the Midland Theatre.  She was kind enough to share some pictures with us. 

Attached is the Photobucket link to her pictures from the show. We just ask that if you choose to share these pictures on your own personal page or account (FB, web, Twitter...) that you please give her credit for the pictures. Thank you Amy for sharing!

 http://s1172.photobucket.com/user/Donnafos/slideshow/Amy%20-%20Newark%20Ohio  

Sunday, January 26, 2014

New Concert: Scotty McCreery - February 3rd - Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & BBQ

Scotty McCreery

Another listener appreciation show from 102.7 The Coyote!  Join Cadillac Jack at Gilley’s Monday, February 3, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. for a FREE show with American Idol Scotty McCreery!

TIME
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Scotty McCreery

LOCATION
Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & BBQ

Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & BBQ
3300 S. Las Vegas Blvd. - Las Vegas

http://1027thecoyote.com/events/scotty-mccreery/

http://1027thecoyote.com/concert-calendar/   

New Concert: Scotty McCreery February 1st

Boot Scoot Boogie Bash Saturday February 1st at Savannah Rapids Pavilion

KICKS 99

Scotty McCreery - Kaplan University - Friday December 20, 2013

 I know these are from 2013 but they just uploaded the videos - enjoy!!

Credit to: Country 97.1 Hank FM

Scotty McCreery - Country Winterblast, Hampton, VA

                                 Credit to: Amanda Lambert                                                   
                                             Credit to: idolizer24

Click on the link below to see videos of  NOW and a little CAN YOU FEEL IT that 97.3 posted on their facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10153870296090495&set=vb.131453230494&type=2&theater

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Scotty McCreery's Concert in Hampton, VA

7m


8m

 Jamie Lund ‏@jamieeeh18 (Vine Video)SCOTTY MCCREERY

https://vine.co/v/MuaxzZYXIlb

 Shelby Oliver ‏@olivershelby
OHH SO CLOSE TO SCOTTY http://instagram.com/p/jnZ9OlEkge/

 Tori Weatherless ‏@toribabyy14 #FeelGoodSummerSong @scottymccreery #SeeYouTonight #winterblast2014 @ Hampton Coliseum http://instagram.com/p/jna2X1vJIj/

 Mike McCreery ‏@MikeMGarner 17s
Another song on See You Tonight that will make you think about life. Something More!
https://twitter.com/MikeMGarner/status/4272...6287488/photo/1

  14m

One of my favorite songs on See You Tonight. The message in the song is so powerful. The Dash.

 
A little George Strait here in Virginia!

Scotty McCreery Meet N Greets at #winterblast2014

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153869989830495&set=a.10153869972300495.1073742008.131453230494&type=3&l=38bfaaa76f&theater

 

Videos of Scotty McCreery's Concert in Newark, Ohio

 EDIT:  I am adding the links to the pictures I took at the Newark concert tot this post - didn't want to add another post just for the links!
http://s1172.photobucket.com/user/Donnafos/slideshow/Newark%20Ohio
http://s1172.photobucket.com/user/Donnafos/slideshow/2%20Newark%20Ohio
http://s1172.photobucket.com/user/Donnafos/slideshow/3%20Newark%20Ohio

This is one of my favorite pictures from the Newark Concert 
 Credit to: Sivle Clark
                                Forget To Forget You - Newark, Ohio 1/23/14         
                                             Oldies - Newark, Ohio 1/23/14

                                    See You Tonight - Newark, Ohio 1/23/14

Scotty McCreery Will Perform at the 97.3 Country Winterblast Tonight


97.3 The Eagle Country Winterblast

  • January 25, 2014 5:00 pm - Doors open at 4:00 pm
97.3 The Eagle (WGH-FM) and Hampton Coliseum are pleased to announce the lineup for the seventh annual 97.3 The Eagle Country Winterblast 2014 music festival on Saturday, January 25. Winterblast '14 will again showcase an array of the hottest up and coming national country artists as well as local country artists at affordable ticket prices. Winterblast '14 features American Idol winner Scotty McCreery. He will be joined by three other national artists including Drake White, Eric Paslay and Brothers Osborne. Winterblast will also feature Levi Road, last year's Winterblast Challenge contest winner. For more information regarding how to get involved in this year's challenge, visit www.eagle97.com. There will be many other activities for attendees to enjoy and participate in, including country karaoke, cornhole games, line dancing exhibitions/lessons, country western vendors and much more!

http://www.hamptoncoliseum.org/events/detail/7th-annual-eagle-country-winterblast 

Friday, January 24, 2014

Elderly Woman Credits Scotty McCreery With Saving Her Life

Taste of Country: Elderly Woman Credits Scotty McCreery With Saving Her Life  
By Christina Vinson

Scotty McCreery is ‘just’ a country singer to many, but to 75-year-old Judith Garloch, he’s also a lifesaver.

Garloch, a lifelong music lover, wasn’t really into country music until the tenth season of ‘American Idol‘ — the one that McCreery ended up winning. She watched the show religiously, which eventually prompted her husband, Kenneth, to join her.

“Usually I watch TV downstairs and he watches westerns and sports upstairs,” Judith explains. “He started liking Scotty and he’d come down and watch (Idol) with me.”

But one night while watching ‘Idol’ together, Kenneth felt his wife’s head hit his shoulder. She hadn’t fallen asleep — rather, she was in full cardiac arrest. Firefighters rushed to the scene, and eventually, she was stabilized.

Judith had a pacemaker put in the next day. Although she’s grateful to all those who helped save her life, the country fan believes McCreery should be credited, too.

“If (my husband) hadn’t been with me, watching Scotty McCreery, he wouldn’t have found me until hours later,” she relates.

While the ‘See You Tonight’ singer was onstage in front of the ‘Idol’ judges, he probably never knew exactly how much impact his presence on the show would have. To show her gratitude, Judith Garloch has since bought every album the ‘Idol’ winner has ever made.

This week, the elderly couple’s daughter also bought her parents tickets to the young singer’s in Newark, Ohio. Not only did they get to see McCreery light up the stage on Jan. 23, but they also got to thank him in person for saving a very precious life.

http://tasteofcountry.com/scotty-mccreery-saves-elderly-woman/

Newarkadvocate.com: Locals get a chance to thank Scotty McCreery
By Staff


Judith and Kenneth Garloch were hoping to meet Scotty McCreery as soon as they heard he was coming to Newark.  Judith said she thinks McCreery helped save her life.

The Newark couple typically watches TV in separate rooms, but in May 2011, they were both watching McCreery on “American Idol.”

Judith suffered a massive heart attack during the show and Kenneth was able to perform CPR immediately and call 911.  “If (my husband) hadn’t been with me, watching Scotty McCreery, he wouldn’t have found me until hours later,” Judith told The Advocate.

After recovering, Judith vowed to buy every album McCreery ever released. She bought him a Newark High School basketball shirt to present to him at his Newark concert.

McCreery’s managment team saw the article about Judith’s health scare  at NewarkAdvocate.com and reached out to the paper to facilitate a meeting between Judith and McCreery.


'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery to hit the Paramount

By Derek Halsey
Scotty McCreery was all of 17 years-old when he won the "American Idol" TV show competition in 2010.
A native of Garner, N.C., a small town outside of Raleigh, McCreery's quick rise to fame led to his first album selling more than one million copies in the first 13 weeks after it was released.
Soon, McCreery was singing for presidents, at World Series games and more. Still, he was determined to stay grounded and after he finished high school, McCreery enrolled in North Carolina State University, where he is still a student.
As McCreery arrives in Ashland to sing at the Paramount Arts Center today, Jan. 24, he will be performing songs from his third album "See You Tonight." Now 20 years of age, this new recording showcases McCreery in a different, more grown-up way.
The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets range from $30 to $40. The Paramount Arts Center is located at 1300 Winchester Ave., in Ashland. More information can be found at www.paramountartscenter.com and 606-324-3175.
"I was young when I made that first record, so we were still kind of learning everything then," said McCreery. "This time, we've been around the game for a few years now and I've learned more about myself as an artist and a person. I think that comes through in the songs and in the production of this record. If you look at it, it is just a gap of a few years, if you look at when we made the first one until now. But, going to college opens up your eyes to a lot of stuff and you get out here and you learn a lot about yourself. So, I'd say it is a pretty significant jump."
One of the standout cuts on "See You Tonight" is the song "Carolina Moon," which features the vocals of the Grammy-winning Alison Krauss.
"That was pretty special to me," said McCreery. "That is probably my favorite song on the record. I remember when I first heard that song, Jon Randall pitched it to me and I thought, 'What a beautiful song.' It fits me perfectly, being from Carolina and the love I've got for Carolina. I met with my producer Frank Rogers and said, 'I think this song would be awesome to do, and I think it would be more incredible if we could get someone like Alison Krauss on it.' I got lucky because Frank also produces Brad Paisley, so he worked on 'Whiskey Lullaby' with Brad and Alison. He already had that connection. She was glad to do it and it was a special moment."
Winning "American Idol" was a whirlwind, as one would expect. Fame came quick for the teenage McCreery.
"We had just finished up 'American Idol,' and the day after I won Idol I had to fly back home because I had an English test," said McCreery. "To pass the course, I had to be present there at the school. We got back about midnight. We took a late flight. I hadn't driven (a car) in about five or six months because I was out there in California and I couldn't drive a rental car. So, we pulled over onto the side of the road and my Dad let me drive the rest of the way back home. It wasn't two minutes after I started driving when my song came on the radio and I was going nuts. It was pretty special."
McCreery doesn't seem like a young man who will forget his roots, and that plays into his enjoyment of playing the smaller towns of America.
"I love it," said McCreery. "These are the kind of folks that I can relate to pretty well. You can tell that they are big country music fans and they are really loyal. It is cool to go to their place instead of making them drive hours and hours to go and see us in a big city."
McCreery has put a live band together that he is very happy with, and he is looking forward to having some fun with the audience.
"A lot of these guys in the band have been with me from the very beginning," said McCreery. "That's kind of rare, so I'm proud to still have those guys backing me up. They are a great group of guys and they are good players and good pickers and a great sounding bunch. We're always trying to fine tune things and make things better. They are a top-notch band. We just have a good time. I go up there and have fun. We play a lot of my stuff, but we also play a lot of covers. I'm a big old school country music kind of guy, so we'll throw in some Hank Williams and Johnny Cash and Elvis, and even a little bit of Garth in there. So, we play a lot of the music of the guys that influenced me when I was growing up. You'll hear that, but you'll also hear a lot of my new stuff and old stuff. We're always out there having fun and changing things up, so you never know what you're going to get. Come on out. It's going to be wild. Sing some songs and enjoy yourselves."

http://www.herald-dispatch.com/features/x1781484734/American-Idol-winner-Scotty-McCreery-to-hit-the-Paramount

Pictures of Scotty McCreery's concert in Newark Ohio

 Scotty's concert was SOLD OUT last night!  Second concert of his See You Tonight Tour & the first in the U.S.!  Scotty did not disappoint Ohio at all and Ohio did not disappoint him either!  The energy was just AMAZING and Scotty gave 110% and left it all on the stage for the fans! 


 I took a few more pictures last night but will have to post them later today

Killin it on stage in Newark, OH  

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Look what I found in Newark




Paramount Arts Center, Ashland, KY is where you will find Scotty McCreery Tonight


 
Sponsored by WTCR, Greater Ashland Beacon and Kentucky Arts Council.

http://www.paramountartscenter.com/ 
 

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Scotty McCreery is headed to Newark, Ohio tonight


Midland Theatre Spotlight


Scotty McCreery -January 23, 2014

Scotty McCreery With album sales approaching 2 million in less than two years, Scotty McCreery has emerged as one of country's hottest new stars. He has earned a gold and platinum album, two gold singles, and two consecutive album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. His social numbers are equally impressive with a combined 2.4 million followers on Facebook and Twitter.

His deep voice and an irresistible sound create the perfect blend of contemporary and traditional country. With more than 200 live shows under his belt across the U.S., Canada and the Philippines, McCreery has become a crowd favorite appealing to all ages. His fan base is one of the most dedicated and enthusiastic in the country music world. His first headlining tour has been so successful—with numerous sell-outs and additional shows added to meet demand--that a fall 2013 run was added. To learn more about this show click here!

http://www.midlandtheatre.org/

 

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Scotty McCreery: 'You won't see any twerking from me'

American Idol" Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery has never been shy when it comes to expressing his faith. The 20-year-old country singer has relied on his strong beliefs to guide him past the pitfalls of fame since winning the world's most famous singing competition.

FOX411 spoke with McCreery about the challenges he faces as a religious person in an industry that isn't always known for its moral behavior.
"I don't want to put anyone down, but you won't see any twerking from me," McCreery joked.
McCreery, who found his niche singing country music, says there are fewer challenges within his genre than say, rock or hip hop.

"I'm not ashamed [of my faith] but I know that everyone doesn't agree with me," said McCreery. "I think especially in the country music world, if there's anyone that's going to accept it, it'll be them."
When McCreery began his career, he made it clear what kind of artist he would be by including religious songs on his albums.

"I wanted to have more songs with religious backgrounds," McCreery explained. "The Christmas record has strong, traditional hymns but it also has a song called "Christmas in Heaven" about missing someone that you love that's passed on and wondering what's going on up there on Christmas."

On McCreey's first CD, he included a song called "Old King James" which "talks about a bible being passed down in a family" and was nominated for the Mainstream Inspirational Country song at the 2013 ICMAs.
The "See You Tonight" singer recently released a new album and is about to embark on a cross-country tour, another part of the performing lifestyle that comes with temptation.

"The road is a fun place and it's a great place to get out there and explore the country," he said. "But as far as the road life with the 'rock and roll temptations,' there's not much of that with me."
McCreery says he keeps a tight knit group of friends that support him close. "Luckily I've got a great group of guys in my band we we don't usually face the temptations that you see in the old rock style kind of folks."

With Season 13 of American Idol up and running, McCreery has advice for the new contestants and others first starting out in the music industry.  "It's a lot more than you bargained for," he warns. "It's a crazy, wild ride and you've got to be ready for it. "It's a lot of hard work and blood, sweat and tears but it's fun and very rewarding."  And don't worry about being yourself, especially when it comes to your beliefs.
"When you're out there talking about your faith and what you believe in, you'll face some backlash," McCreery told FOX411. "But mostly, I've received support."

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2014/01/22/scotty-mccreery-im-not-ashamed-my-faith/

Scotty McCreery Is Performing at the Concert For Kids on February 25th



FAQ:

How many tickets can I buy?
Each person may purchase up to 10 tickets.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are $40 each.
How do I get my tickets?
Your tickets will be mailed to you. Will call will only be used for tickets that are purchased the week before the show.
Can I pick the tickets up at the station?
Unfortunately, no. The tickets are printed and mailed from a facility out of state.
Is there another way I can purchase tickets?
No, just online
What does GA / General Admission mean?
GA means seats are first come, first serve. There is no assigned seating.
Why do I want a poster?
The poster serves as your ‘ticket’ into the post show autograph session
How much are posters?
$25
Can I bring my son / daughter / niece / nephew / brother / sister / little person under the age of 21?
Yes, the concert is an all ages show.
More questions? Contact Tim – TimCallahan@clearchannel.com

Life after ‘American Idol’: A reality check after reality TV

By David Paulson

For the entire article:
http://blogs.tennessean.com/tunein/2014/01/22/life-after-american-idol-a-reality-check-after-reality-tv/

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Sneak Peek: Tribute to American Legends of the Ice

Published on Jan 10, 2014 Get a preview of the P&G & Walmart Tribute to American Legends of the Ice show, a celebration of the great tradition of American skating, featuring some of U.S. Figure Skating's legens and up-and-coming stars. The show airs on Saturday, February 1, 2014, on NBC as part of the Oxytrol for Women NBC Skating Series.
 Credit to: Disson Skating

Scotty McCreery Was A Part of Country Cares 25th Anniversary - St. Jude Patient Carnival


Click on the link below to see more pictures from the Country Cares for St. Jude Kids
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Scotty McCreery is the first of sixteen acts in the “A.D. Farrow Co. Pop-Up Performance Series” (Pataskala, OH)

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A.D. Farrow Co. and Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson Kick Off A.D. Farrow Co. Pop-Up Performance Series

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
A.D. Farrow Co. and Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson welcome country music sensation Scotty McCreery to Columbus, Ohio as the first of sixteen acts in their “A.D. Farrow Co. Pop-Up Performance Series”. Scotty will be in central Ohio Thursday, January 23rd. America’s Oldest Harley Dealer will host Scotty at their Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson store in Pataskala, Ohio. Second in line to perform in the Pop-Up Series will be David Allan Coe at The Bluestone for the A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson 3rd Annual Easyriders After Party. 

Scotty McCreery, the 2011 American Idol winner, was born October 9, 1993. Clear as Day, Scotty’s debut album, has been certified platinum in the Unites States. Scotty is making history in the county music scene by being the youngest man to open at the top of the chart with his debut release. In addition, Scotty is the first country music act to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with his first studio album. 


A.D. Farrow Co. and Centennial Park Harley-Davidson will be giving away tickets to see Scotty perform at Centennial-Park in Pataskala, Ohio for what will undeniably be a once in a lifetime opportunity. Winners should arrive at the dealership no later than 11:30am to see Scotty perform beginning at 12:00. To win tickets to see Scotty perform, click here.

The world famous family of dealerships plans to host several Pop-Up Performances at their three locations in Sunbury, Columbus, and Pataskala as well as host additional performances at the A. D. Farrow Co. and Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson Performance Studio. The A.D. Farrow Co. Pop-Up Performance Series will also include two huge charitable rides that will begin at dealership locations and end at musical festivals. Country music stars and local radio celebrities, Zuko and Woody, will be leading the rides. To end the rides, the company plans to give away a Harley-Davidson motorcycle via a raffle. Proceeds raised from the bike raffle will benefit Wounded Warrior. 

The company is no stranger to hosting monumental fundraising rides. In 2011 A.D. Farrow Co. hosted The Dierks Bentley Miles and Music for Kids event held in Columbus and raised approximately $149,000.
Pop-Up Performance Series at A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson family of Dealerships brought to you in partnership with The Bluestone and WCOL.

 

Ticket Go on Sale at NOON for Scotty McCreery's 3/28 Concert in Clearwater, FL

Scotty McCreery

Scotty McCreery

Friday 03/28/2014 @ 7:30 PM


No tickets available online.
Please call the ticket office to check on current availability – (727) 791-7400.
Please note: During special promotions or member presales, accessibility may change once you enter a promotion code or login as a member. For sold out performances, seats sometimes become available on a first come/first basis by phone only.
 
 Tickets go on sale Saturday, January 18 at noon. 
http://www.rutheckerdhall.com/event/scotty-mccreery/14641/?loc=event-image#.UtHUEvurrKc   

Friday, January 17, 2014

Scotty McCreery's Performance of Amazed on Season 10 makes The 20 Most Memorable Performances on ‘American Idol’ List

American Idol is back for its 13th season with a two-night event beginning this Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7 p.m. on FOX.
But before we look ahead to another season of incredible undiscovered talent, let’s go back to the performances that brought us (and the judges) to our feet over the past 12 years.
Any we forgot? Let us know in the comments below!
- See more at: http://www.ryanseacrest.com/2014/01/13/most-memorable-performances-american-idol/?utm_campaign=tweets&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitter#sthash.l6NDfdmt.dpuf
American Idol is back for its 13th season with a two-night event beginning this Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7 p.m. on FOX.
But before we look ahead to another season of incredible undiscovered talent, let’s go back to the performances that brought us (and the judges) to our feet over the past 12 years.
Any we forgot? Let us know in the comments below!
- See more at: http://www.ryanseacrest.com/2014/01/13/most-memorable-performances-american-idol/?utm_campaign=tweets&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitter#sthash.l6NDfdmt.dpuf


 Click on the link to read the full article
American Idol is back for its 13th season with a two-night event beginning this Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7 p.m. on FOX.
But before we look ahead to another season of incredible undiscovered talent, let’s go back to the performances that brought us (and the judges) to our feet over the past 12 years.
Any we forgot? Let us know in the comments below!
- See more at: http://www.ryanseacrest.com/2014/01/13/most-memorable-performances-american-idol/?utm_campaign=tweets&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitter#sthash.l6NDfdmt.dpuf
American Idol is back for its 13th season with a two-night event beginning this Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7 p.m. on FOX.
But before we look ahead to another season of incredible undiscovered talent, let’s go back to the performances that brought us (and the judges) to our feet over the past 12 years.
Any we forgot? Let us know in the comments below!
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Scotty McCreery — “Amazed” (Season 10)

2014 PopCrush Fan Choice Awards – Vote Now - "See You Tonight" on PopCrush for Best Song and Best Video of the Year



 

The 2014 awards season has kicked off – with the PCAs, Globes, Grammys, Oscars and more — and PopCrush is getting in on the fun. The 2014 PopCrush Fan Choice Awards are here and it’s up to you to decide who wins in all of the 16 categories. Your votes determine the winners, which makes our awards that much more special.

You are able to vote in categories such as Best Actor and Best Social Media Star, as well as Best Dressed, Song of the Year, Artist of the Year and many more.

We told you it was hard! Happy voting! We appreciate your participation in the 2014 PopCrush Fan Awards.

Remember — the polls close on Tuesday, February 11 at 10AM ET, so make sure to vote and share with your pals!

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