Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Scotty McCreery's Single See You Tonight is #9 on Mediabase Charts

 Scotty McCreery, 'See You Tonight' (2013)


12 9 SCOTTY MCCREERY See You Tonight 4786 4514 272 40.796

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http://www.mediabase.com/mmrweb/allaboutcountry/Charts.asp?format=C1R  

Here's a great article written by Jason Scott about SYT

Scotty McCreery's year is shaping to be one of many firsts. His current single, "See You Tonight," lifted from the album of the same name, becomes the singer's first Top 10 radio single this week, rising 12-10 on the Mediabase radio tally.

Last week, the breezy anthem became McCreery's third gold-selling single, shifting more than 500,000 copies. As previously reported, the track moved an additional 17,000 copies, end of the tracking week Sunday, February 9.

Previously, his highest charting single was his "American Idol" coronation track "I Love You This Big," which peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. Other singles include "The Trouble With Girls" (No. 17) and "Water Tower Town" (No. 38). "See You Tonight" currently sits at No. 12 on this chart, up from No. 14 last week.

This is McCreery's first co-write to achieve the upper tier of the chart, a song he penned with proven hit-makers Ashley Gorley ("That's My Kind of Night" by Luke Bryan) and Zach Crowell ("Cop Car" by Keith Urban).

The "See You Tonight" set bowed at No. 1 on Billboard Top Country Albums in October, moving over 52,000 copies. It placed at No. 6 on the all-genre Billboard 200.
http://www.examiner.com/article/scotty-mccreery-s-see-you-tonight-becomes-his-first-top-10-radio-single

 Another great review of SYT - I only posted a portion of the article - click the link to read the entire article
http://arena.com/article/scotty-mccreery-see-you-tonight

"Everything about the See You Tonight, from the performance from McCreery to the production from Frank Rogers to the song selections, shows McCreery having the utmost potential in becoming a major country star. In fact, this perfect storm is exactly what the artist needed to have any sort of sustainable career in country music."

--Matt Erickson, Arena.com, February 17, 2014

1 comment:

  1. What a FANTASTIC article !!!!!!!!!!! CONGRATULATIONS SCOTTY ! Thanks Donna !

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