Monday, June 30, 2014

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Scotty McCreery Will Be In Oklahoma City tonight

Scotty McCreery - 8:30pm


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Earning both a platinum and gold album before turning 20, Scotty McCreery is poised to become country's newest superstar. His deep voice and an irresistible sound create the perfect blend of contemporary and traditional country. With over 150 live shows under his belt across the US, Canada and the Philippines, McCreery has become a fan favorite appealing to all ages. After winning Season Ten of American Idol, Scotty immediately established himself as one of the hottest new stars in country music.

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The KMLE Scotty McCreeery Experience « KMLE Country @ 1079

Scotty McCreery - Wild Horse Pass - KMLE Country 1079 (5)

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The KMLE Scotty McCreeery Experience « KMLE Country @ 1079

Videos from Scotty McCreery's Concert on 6/26/14

Credit to: Stephanie Cramer - SummerFest 2014 6/26/14 Credit to: jzeeil - Summerfest 2014 6/26/14

Friday, June 27, 2014

Scotty McCreery Will Be At The Rococo Theatre in Lincoln, NE Tonight

                                                SCOTTY McCREERY


                                      Friday, June 27 at 7:00pm in CDT



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Nick Sturms

Lookin forward to opening up for Scotty McCreery

Friday night at Rococo Theatre!

www.nicksturmsnation.com
 
 
 
All Ages Welcome (Minors must be accompanied by an adult 21+)

Bar is CASH ONLY

Doors: 6:00 PM | Show: 7:00 PM
Price: $75/$55/$35

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Great Review of Scotty McCreery's Concert At Summerfest



 Scotty McCreery performed at Summerfest Thursday night.

 Scotty McCreery performed at Summerfest Thursday night.

By Dave Begel
Published


If country music is going to live and thrive as a true American music form – and there is doubt about it – a view of where the music may well end up was onstage at the Harley Davidson stage at Summerfest Thursday night.

Scotty McCreery is all of 20 years old, just three years removed from the factory of "American Idol." He just released his third album and is on the road with a big red tour bus.
I spent some time in that bus with him while a gaggle of girls gathered around what would soon be his stage. They had jeans and jean shorts, cowboy boots and lots of cowboy hats. They had signs with their phone numbers on them. They were ready for something down home, mixed with a healthy dose of clean-cut sex appeal.

It’s a big life, and McCreery seems to be living it well, not letting the star life take control.
"He’s a real level headed kid," said Mike Childers, the tour manager who has been in the business for 30 years. They called him right after the "American Idol" victory, and he’s been with McCreery ever since.  "I think I’ve done a pretty good job of balancing the celebrity thing and real life," McCreery said, lounging barefoot and in shorts (this is not a fancy kid). "I keep my family close and the guys here on the tour. And the friends I’ve had all my life are still my friends. I call them my biggest haters because they’ll hear one of my songs on the radio, and they’ll say, ‘Who’s that pretty boy we heard?’"
That kind of thing does tend to help keep your feet on the ground.

"I admit that I’m a traditionalist," he said. "I grew up wanting to be Elvis. I listened to Merle Haggard and Conway Twitty and Ronnie Milsap. I try to straddle the line between that music and the modern stuff. I can’t go too far back because nobody would come out. But I don’t want to be a guy who sells out and goes totally mainstream."

McCreery auditioned for "American Idol" in Milwaukee, first at the Bradley Center and then at the Calatrava.  "We had a good day today," he said. "We played golf at Brown Deer and then we were on our way to Cousins for a sub when we passed the Bradley Center. I said that’s where my dad and I sat at 4:45 in the morning and I said, ‘What the heck are we doing here?’"

McCreery has a good history of selling records and doing big live shows for a kid who can’t even walk into a bar legally yet. A big part of the reason is what he’s like on stage. His performance at Thursday night was striking. He’s got a deep voice, think Randy Travis before he went off the deep edge. When he sings, you can understand the words.

But what he really has is presence. He’s kind of like a young Marlon Brando walking onto a stage. You just know something good is coming. The stage is his. Sure, there are lights and a little flash, but he and his tight band avoid so many of the things that make country music the wasteland it has almost become.

No guitar player in the band wants to prove how many notes he can play in one measure of music. Nobody is dancing like crazy, although McCreery has some decent moves for a pitcher with a Division 1 slider and a Division 4 fastball.

And he can sing. Really sing. He’s the kind of guy who can change keys in the middle of the song all on his own, not needing to be led by a guitar or keyboard.  He’s in control, and the people love him. I mean, they absolutely loved him Thursday night. He opened with "Now" from his new album and worked his way through about 20 songs with a kind of frank and open honesty that is rare in the world of music these days.

Country music is just about overwhelmed these days by big, big drums; big, fast and frenzied guitar; and a kind of formulaic tempo to every song, regardless of what the words call for. It’s not that the world of male country stars is totally empty of talent. It’s just that they all sound the same.

Not this kid, who’s going to North Carolina State and has a girlfriend he’s known since kindergarten who wants to stay out of the limelight.  He’s a refreshing guy, whether chatting in his tour bus or watching him command a stage without the histrionics we see way too much of.  If I was guessing, and I am, I’d say that McCreery is going to carve a new niche in country music, between the revered olden days and the frantic pop-country that we have now. And that niche is going to be a wonderful treat for everyone who listens to country music.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Videos of Scotty McCreery in Concert 6/22, Chandler, AZ

Credit to: i52tennis for the following videos. Scotty McCreery - 6/22/2014 in Chandler, AZ

Scotty McCreery - A Couple Interviews

Scotty McCreery Interview With Steve and Nina Credit to: Stage Right Secrets

Videos of Scotty McCreery in Concert on June 21st at CountryFest2014

Credit to: Doug Fields for the following videos. Thank you Doug for once again sharing your videos with all of us here at Fans of Scotty.

Scotty McCreery - CountryFest2014, SD, CA - 6-21-14

Friday, June 20, 2014

Scotty McCreery Will Be in Fresno, CA Tonight

102.7 The Wolf presents the FREE Dollar Show!


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Bring your lawn chairs, save your money, and join us


Sierra Vista Mall Community Park


Great family-friendly event!

It all goes down June 20th at 6 p.m.


Featuring...


•Scotty McCreery, winner of American Idol season 10

•Tate Stevens, winner of The X Factor season 2

•Dakota Bradley, rising star and touring with Tim McGraw

•Joe Bachman
 

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Scotty McCreery Will Be In San Jose, CA Tonight

95.3 KRTY

San Jose CA


SOUND CHECK PARTY

and


EVENING CONCERT AT CLUB RODEO

Age 21+ Doors Open 7.00PM

with HALEY & MICHAELS
 
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Special ALL AGES Sound Check Party for Scotty McCreery! We will be selling tickets starting at 9am on Monday 6/16. This is something we have done in the past for shows that appeal to all ages. Scotty will do 2-3 songs and then take photos and sign for about an hour. The cost is $20 and will go to a Charity of his choice. There is a maximum of 100 tickets and there are no comps. The event starts at 3pm on Thurs 6/19 and will again be open to all ages. 4 ticket max per person.


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KRTY & The Ford Store Morgan Hill &

Club Rodeo bring you another Hot Country

Concert on Thursday June 19

W/ Scotty McCreery

New Concert: Scotty McCreery Will Be In Sheffield Village on 7/23



Come out to the FREE concerts this Summer!

The WGAR "Afternoon Saloon" FREE Concert Series is BACK for the summer courtesy of Lake Erie Harley-Davidson, and once again we're partying at Quaker Steak and Lube in Sheffield Village! Come out and spend your summer nights exactly how you should... good people, good food, and some great country music courtesy of 99.5 WGAR! Local favorite, The Caliber Band, kicks off the evening at 5:00pm. 


4900 Transportation Drive
Sheffield, OH 44054
440-934-WING (9464)
QuakerSteak.com

Hours of Operation:
Sunday-Thursday 11am-Midnight
Friday-Saturday 11am-2am

Read more: http://www.wgar.com/pages/afternoonsaloon/2014/#ixzz3564UWa5R

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Scotty McCreery Will Be Performing At the Atlanta Fest Tonight


 Scotty McCreery

http://www.atlantafest.com/schedule.php

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"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.

"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. But mostly, I've received support."

http://www.atlantafest.com/scotty-mccreery.php

Monday, June 9, 2014

Scotty McCreery Will Perform At Concert at the Beach on Aug 3rd

Lineup for Concert at the Beach Aug. 3rd is: Get info here:


http://wpor.com/2014/06/09/win-tickets-to-the-concert-at-the-beach/http://wpor.com/2014/06/09/win-tickets-to-the-concert-at-the-beach/ 

Concert at the Beach

Concert at the Beach
This Summer we’re going back to the beach!  And this
year Canaaneditone of country music’s rising stars will take the ‘POR stage.  It’s WPOR’s 5th Annual Concert at the Beach presented by the New Bill Dodge Nissan.  Featuring Scotty McCreery with Nashville newcomers Canaan Smith and RaeLynn (Former contestant on the Voice) Sunday, August 3rd at 6pm the Seaside Pavilion in Old Orchard Beach.  Tickets are only $10 each and go on sale this Friday at 10am at www.seasidepavilion.org or by calling (888)718-4253. All proceeds go to the Salvation Army.
Listen all this week to the POR Morning Crew to win
tickets before you can buy ‘em!  Here are the times to
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  • Monday: 6:10
  • Tuesday: 7:35
  • Wednesday: 6:35
  • Thursday: 6:05
  • Friday: 8:05

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Concert at the Beach

Concert at the Beach
This Summer we’re going back to the beach!  And this
year Canaaneditone of country music’s rising stars will take the ‘POR stage.  It’s WPOR’s 5th Annual Concert at the Beach presented by the New Bill Dodge Nissan.  Featuring Scotty McCreery with Nashville newcomers Canaan Smith and RaeLynn (Former contestant on the Voice) Sunday, August 3rd at 6pm the Seaside Pavilion in Old Orchard Beach.  Tickets are only $10 each and go on sale this Friday at 10am at www.seasidepavilion.org or by calling (888)718-4253. All proceeds go to the Salvation Army.
Listen all this week to the POR Morning Crew to win
tickets before you can buy ‘em!  Here are the times to
listen:RL_PHOTO_SarahBarlowe_2014.

  • Monday: 6:10
  • Tuesday: 7:35
  • Wednesday: 6:35
  • Thursday: 6:05
  • Friday: 8:05

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Concert at the Beach


This Summer we’re going back to the beach!  And this year one of country music’s rising stars will take the ‘POR stage.  It’s WPOR’s 5th Annual Concert at the Beach presented by the New Bill Dodge Nissan.  Featuring Scotty McCreery with Nashville newcomers Canaan Smith and RaeLynn (Former contestant on the Voice) Sunday, August 3rd at 6pm the Seaside Pavilion in Old Orchard Beach.  Tickets are only $10 each and go on sale this Friday at 10am at www.seasidepavilion.org or by calling (888)718-4253.    All proceeds go to the Salvation Army.

Listen all this week to the POR Morning Crew to win tickets before you can buy ‘em!  Here are the times to listen:

  • Monday: 6:10
  • Tuesday: 7:35
  • Wednesday: 6:35
  • Thursday: 6:05
  • Friday: 8:05


Concert at the Beach

Concert at the Beach
This Summer we’re going back to the beach!  And this
year Canaaneditone of country music’s rising stars will take the ‘POR stage.  It’s WPOR’s 5th Annual Concert at the Beach presented by the New Bill Dodge Nissan.  Featuring Scotty McCreery with Nashville newcomers Canaan Smith and RaeLynn (Former contestant on the Voice) Sunday, August 3rd at 6pm the Seaside Pavilion in Old Orchard Beach.  Tickets are only $10 each and go on sale this Friday at 10am at www.seasidepavilion.org or by calling (888)718-4253. All proceeds go to the Salvation Army.
Listen all this week to the POR Morning Crew to win
tickets before you can buy ‘em!  Here are the times to
listen:RL_PHOTO_SarahBarlowe_2014.

  • Monday: 6:10
  • Tuesday: 7:35
  • Wednesday: 6:35
  • Thursday: 6:05
  • Friday: 8:05

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Scotty McCreery Will Be In Wabash, IN at the Honeywell Center on 9/12





Welcomed by WWKI
Sponsored by Ivy Tech Community College
Fri. Sept. 12 – 7:30 pm
The deep voice and undeniable charm took this small-town teen to country superstar! America first met Scotty McCreery when he won not only the hearts of millions, but also the grand prize and ultimate title on Season 10 of American Idol. His latest tour will feature songs from his No. 1 album See You Tonight including the title track which broke Top 10 on Billboard’s country charts.  $34, $48, $75 (View seat map)

Scotty McCreery Will Perform at NC State's Packapalooza on 8/23

Packapalooza

Packapalooza 2014 is set for Saturday August 23rd….MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW! NC State’s annual street festival rocked Raleigh last year, bringing 45,000 Pack fans of all ages to Hillsborough Street.

http://packapalooza.ncsu.edu/

Scotty McCreery Will Be Performing At The Kentucky State Fair 8/22

 



The following concerts are free with paid admission to the Kentucky State Fair. All shows begin at 8 p.m. in Cardinal Stadium at the Kentucky Exposition Center except for the August 24 concert which begins at 4 p.m.

Aug 14 - Plain White T's with special guest A Lion Named Roar
Aug 15 - Morris Day & the Time with special guest Unlimited
Aug 16 - America with special guest Caribou
Aug 17 - Oak Ridge Boys with special guest Marty Brown
Aug 18 - Newsboys with special guest Matthew West
Aug 19 - Kenny Rogers with special guest Belles and Whistles
Aug 20 - Easton Corbin with special guest Olivia Henken
Aug 21 - Happy Together Tour with Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie, Chuck Negron formerly of Three Dog Night, Mark Farner formerly of Grand Funk Railroad, Mitch Ryder & the Detriot Wheels and Gary Lewis & the Playboys
Aug 22 - Scotty McCreery with special guest Kelsey K
Aug 23 - Joan Jett with special guest Devour the Day
Aug 24 - MercyMe - See more at: http://www.kystatefair.org/entertainment/concerts.aspx#sthash.MMQwBZgB.dpuf



The following concerts are free with paid admission to the Kentucky State Fair. All shows begin at 8 p.m. in Cardinal Stadium at the Kentucky Exposition Center except for the August 24 concert which begins at 4 p.m.

Aug 14 - Plain White T's with special guest A Lion Named Roar
Aug 15 - Morris Day & the Time with special guest Unlimited
Aug 16 - America with special guest Caribou
Aug 17 - Oak Ridge Boys with special guest Marty Brown
Aug 18 - Newsboys with special guest Matthew West
Aug 19 - Kenny Rogers with special guest Belles and Whistles
Aug 20 - Easton Corbin with special guest Olivia Henken
Aug 21 - Happy Together Tour with Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie, Chuck Negron formerly of Three Dog Night, Mark Farner formerly of Grand Funk Railroad, Mitch Ryder & the Detriot Wheels and Gary Lewis & the Playboys
Aug 22 - Scotty McCreery with special guest Kelsey K
Aug 23 - Joan Jett with special guest Devour the Day
Aug 24 - MercyMe - See more at: http://www.kystatefair.org/entertainment/concerts.aspx#sthash.MMQwBZgB.dpuf


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The following concerts are free with paid admission to the Kentucky State Fair. All shows begin at 8 p.m. in Cardinal Stadium at the Kentucky Exposition Center except for the August 24 concert which begins at 4 p.m.

Aug 14 - Plain White T's with special guest A Lion Named Roar
Aug 15 - Morris Day & the Time with special guest Unlimited
Aug 16 - America with special guest Caribou
Aug 17 - Oak Ridge Boys with special guest Marty Brown
Aug 18 - Newsboys with special guest Matthew West
Aug 19 - Kenny Rogers with special guest Belles and Whistles
Aug 20 - Easton Corbin with special guest Olivia Henken
Aug 21 - Happy Together Tour with Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie, Chuck Negron formerly of Three Dog Night, Mark Farner formerly of Grand Funk Railroad, Mitch Ryder & the Detriot Wheels and Gary Lewis & the Playboys
Aug 22 - Scotty McCreery with special guest Kelsey K
Aug 23 - Joan Jett with special guest Devour the Day
Aug 24 - MercyMe –