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Scotty McCreery Will Be in Detroit, MI Tonight

All-star free concert thanks Motor City listeners of NASH FM 93.1

IPB ImageMotown is going to sound like Music City when some of country music’s hottest stars motor up to Detroit for a very special concert presented by NASH FM 93.1 on Wednesday, March 26.

Billed as the “Free for All Country” concert, the party lives up to its name: tickets to the show, held at The Fillmore Detroit, are free.

Hosted by entertainer and award-winning DJ Kix Brooks, the “Free for All Country” shindig features performances by Big & Rich, Scotty McCreery, Terri Clark, Eric Paslay, Brett Eldredge and The Cadillac Three.

All of those artists for free? Heck, we may just make the drive from Nashville ourselves.

Scotty McCreery returns to Myrtle Beach area for concert

Scotty McCreery, an "American Idol" winner from Garner, N.C., outside Raleigh, will play March 29 at House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach, riding his return to country's Top 10 singles with "See You Tonight." 

Sophomore status has made the grade in more ways than one for Scotty McCreery.

In his second year of studies at N.C. University in Raleigh, near his hometown in suburban Garner, the 20-year-old baritone has his seen “See You Tonight,” his second original studio album, debut atop the country charts this past autumn.

Returning at 8:30 p.m. Saturday to play House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach, the winner in 2011 of Fox-TV’s 10th season of “American Idol” had spoken last spring about the challenge of getting back on the radio after his first CD, “Clear As Day” generated two hits: “I Love You This Big” and “The Trouble with Girls.”

Patience paid off as the single “See You Tonight,” released last spring on the Mercury Nashville/19/ Interscope label, cracked the Top 10 to close this winter, capping a long climb, bringing what he called “an incredible feeling.”

“That’s fine with me,” McCreery said two weeks ago by phone. “As long as we get there. We’ve been working this thing and believing in it from the very beginning.”

He sees “a couple of songs” as contenders for his next single, for which “we’ll find out here soon.” He said in the process of choosing what to release, “I definitely throw my two cents in as much as I can” for record label officials decide, and that “at the end of the day … it’s always been kind of a unanimous decision.”

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Scotty McCreery Makes Tour Stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall

 Multi-platinum recording artist Scotty McCreery
 performs March 28 at Ruth Eckerd Hall.

CLEARWATER – American Idol winner Scotty McCreery performs Friday, March 28, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road.  The multi-platinum recording artist boasts album sales approaching $2 million, two consecutive album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard country albums chart and a combined 2.4 million followers on Facebook and Twitter – all in less than two years.

There is no doubt that McCreery has emerged as one of country’s hottest new stars. 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 United States, 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 very successful, with numerous sell-outs and additional shows added to meet the demand. 

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Scotty McCreery’s ‘See You Tonight’ Video Inducted Into Video Shootout Golden Corral

By Sterling Whitaker March 24, 2014 1:00 PM 

Scotty McCreery‘s video for ‘See You Tonight’ has won its way into The Boot’s Video Shootout Golden Corral.

The video dominated the Shootout for four straight weeks, spurred on by the very active support of McCreery’s intensely loyal fan base. It debuted in the Shootout on Feb. 24, winning out over clips from Hunter Hayes and Keith Urban by taking more than 57 % of the vote. The following week the clip powered through videos from Cassadee Pope and Rascal Flatts, taking a whopping 85 % of the vote.

‘See You Tonight’ faced clips from Alan Jackson and Little Big Town in its third week, earning nearly 65 % of the overall vote, and won its fourth and final Shootout last week, winning almost 85 % of the vote to defeat videos from Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line.

McCreery’s ‘See You Tonight’ video now joins Danielle Bradbery‘s clip for ‘The Heart of Dixie’ and Jamie Lynn Spears‘ ‘How Could I Want More’ video in the Golden Corral.

Congratulations to McCreery and his fans!

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