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Scotty McCreery Street Team on 7/20/2016 10:19:09 PM Show/Hide
Scotty sang See You Tonight, talked about American Idol, 5 More Minutes, and Feelin It. He sounded awesome as usual.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 7/19/2016 10:20:06 PM Show/Hide
Scotty sang See You Tonight, 5 More Minutes, and Feelin It. And at least the announcer spoke his name correctly. 5 More Minutes has over 750,000 views according to the announcer.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/26/2016 8:31:09 PM Show/Hide
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/24/2016 8:24:09 PM Show/Hide
It looks like that June 14th was the last time that it updated.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/18/2016 10:44:40 AM Show/Hide
I don't think that the voting here is updating every night. Not sure who to contact about this. I did see where you can contact FanBuff so I sent then an email.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/16/2016 11:00:55 AM Show/Hide
Glad to see so many voters on here today. Let's keep this up especially when new single is released.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/14/2016 8:16:24 PM Show/Hide
Scotty and his fans taken at the fan club party

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/13/2016 9:53:31 PM Show/Hide

Scotty McCreery Raises $1,200 For Opry Trust Fund

Scotty McCreery poses with a group of his fan club members who surprised him at his Fifth Annual Fan Club Party by donating $1,200 to the Opry Trust Fund in his honor. Photo: Scott Stem

Scotty McCreery poses with a group of his fan club members who surprised him at his Fifth Annual Fan Club Party by donating $1,200 to the Opry Trust Fund in his honor. Photo: Scott Stem

Scotty McCreery‘s Fifth Annual Fan Club Party, held during CMA Music Festival at the Grand Ole Opry’s Studio A, helped raise money for a good cause. During the photo line where he meets with each attendee, a group of his fan club members surprised him with a donation of $1,200 to the Opry Trust Fund in his honor. The Opry Trust Fund’s mission is to help those in the country music industry when they need it most by offering financial assistance during their time of need.

“I have the greatest fans in the world, and I love getting to spend time with them at my fan club party,” said McCreery. “Having them make a donation in my name to the Opry Trust Fund shows how generous and thoughtful my fans are. I’m so pleased they chose such a great cause to support as the Opry Trust Fund.”

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/12/2016 1:18:46 PM Show/Hide
I was glad that I had taken my book and my copy of Power Source just in case Scotty would sing items. One woman didn't have anything so she asked him to sign her foot. here is what he wrote on the page that I am mentioned on.

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/11/2016 6:26:28 PM Show/Hide
I talked with a person on the inside and was told that Scotty was in meetings all day Thursday. No specific details but  that he would probably be signed within 30-60 days. He has to make sure the label is a perfect hit for him. And he kept saying that new music will be coming soon. It was pretty funny when he forgot the words. He leaned down and picked up a piece of paper, looked at it, put it behind his back, looked at it again, and let it drift to the stage. Afterwards he laughed about it and said that he should have remembered it, he wrote it!
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/11/2016 2:11:58 PM Show/Hide
It's another long one.
About the fan club party. We arrived at the Grand Ole Opry about 10am. Took some pictures, looked around and then decided to do the backstage tour since we had plenty of time. Tour was very interesting. We saw the house in the back that was built for Roy Acuff, Studio A where Hee-Haw was taped (where the fan club party took place), several dressing rooms, the mailboxes for the current Opry members (where you can send a letter to one of the members in care of the Grand Ole Opry and they will get it), lockers for the non members to use, the green room, and finally got to stand at the circle where they all sing from.  Just before we entered Studio A, Jeff and Dylan walked in the door that all of the celebrities enter through. Got to see them set-up for a few minutes. Tour lasted for almost an hour.
Went to the car to get bag of goodies for Scotty and then to try and find out where we were supposed to go in at. By this time it is 11:20. Had to check with several people to find out if I was in the correct spot. I was 1st in line and at the gate there was no shade. It was really hot, heat index was 100.Gates opened to let us check in at 1pm. But they did not let us in until 2pm. They had brought out a table and chairs for the fan club employees to use while checking people in but they did not use them.I was getting overheated so I used one of the chairs. Didn't help much as I was still in the sun. At 10 till 2 they were calling for someone to come open the gates and they told us that the wheelchairs and walkers would go first. Okay with e just open the gates. I felt like it was going to pass out. Finally at 2 they opened the gates and we went inside to the air conditioning. They had set-up for lunch and my granddaughter went over and got e water to cool down. After a few minutes I was ok. They told us to get in line for lunch but I went over to talk with Mike McCreery for a few minutes. Lunch was pulled pork, pulled chicken, cole slaw, baked beans.After eating my granddaughter told me that Ashley, Trent, and Gabi was in the corner of the room. I went over and got my picture with them. Time for Scotty at 3pm with all members of Dry County in attendance for the party. Jeff was the spokesperson and introduced Scotty. He started singing Water Tower Town. He continued with his songs and when he stopped once, someone asked him to sing Hello Darlin and he did. then he had the Q&A time. The one person that stood out was a woman with her arm in a sling and having trouble walking. She told him that she was his biggest and fan and started crying. Said she didn't have a question, just wanted a hug. He jumped down from the stage and gave her a hug. She didn't want to let him go. Rachel, from the fan club, had suggested that Scotty take a group picture so he stood in the middle of the room and we all turned around for the picture. Then there was a woman with downs syndrome who tugged at his shirt. He turned around and hugged her. You could tell that really made her day. Now it is getting time for the meet and greet. Jeff announced that we would be taken by row and line up. Scotty would sign 1 item and then take the picture. I was in the 3rd row so it would be awhile before we would be going. Saw Judy on the side of the room so I went over and spoke with her for a few minutes. Line isn't moving very fast. Had met 2 young ladies while in line outside and they followed me everywhere. Got them pictures with the bandand Mike Childers. Glad that I had brought my book with me so I could have Scotty sign the page that Ij am mentioned on. After they took my picture, I asked Mike if we could do a selfie with Scotty and he said ok. Here it is.

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 6/9/2016 3:31:28 PM Show/Hide
Will be gone until late tomorrow night. Heading to Nashville for Scottys Fan Club Party!!
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/22/2016 7:15:39 PM Show/Hide
At Ashley and Trents wedding
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/12/2016 6:12:44 PM Show/Hide
My sister and I went to the book signing in Skokie yesterday. It is a 3 1/2 hour drive from my house. We arrived about 2:15 and went in to buy the book. They wouldn't let me order it prior to the day of the signing. Had hours to kill so we walked the mall and had late lunch/early dinner at Johnny Rockets. Still had 2 1/2 hours before lining up so we went to the car and listened to more the book. I thought I would call Lynne to see if she would be at the signing. She said yes and that she would call me when she got close to the mall. Imagine I was going to meet Lynne, wow. She called and we met at the bookstore about 4. We chatted before we had to lineup.

We are all lined up on the balcony about 5:45 and who should walk in, Scotty. He greeted a young lady in a wheelchair, spoke to us and then went to where they had set up for the signing, in the cooking section. They took us down in groups of 25. The line went very quickly. We were through by 600. I estimate that there were 100 people in line.
My pictures from the Skokie book signing 5-11-16. The many faces of Scotty. The coke bottle in some of the pictures is from me. It says go Big or Go Home. He said that he had seen it a Dunkin donuts but did not buy it. He asked if I had read the book yet and I told him, Yes and I have listened to the audio version twice. He then asked if I liked it and I said Yes!

On the way out I talked to the manager about getting one of the posters and he gave me the one that was in the window.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/8/2016 8:03:22 PM Show/Hide

Happy ?#‎MothersDay? Mom! I owe this woman my life (literally!)

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/8/2016 7:56:16 PM Show/Hide

Scotty McCreery

"What I love most about my mother is her passion for her family and her kids. She would do anything for us and she always has our back. She supported me through all my sports activities and music lessons, and she encouraged me to follow my dreams to become a country music singer. Mom even gave up everything else she was doing to be with me in Los Angeles for five months while I was on "American Idol" because I was underage. One of her favorite Mother's Days was when I was much younger, and we all went to Lake Benson Park near where we live in Garner, North Carolina and had strawberry shortcakes. Mom loves to be outside and she loves experiences more than gifts. Having her family with her at one our favorite places and just enjoying the day together was a great Mother's Day."

Scotty McCreery released his autobiography, Go Big Or Go Home: The Journey Toward The Dream this week and kicked off his national book tour. Scotty also just created his first public Snapchat, be sure to find him @ScottyMcCsnap.

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/7/2016 3:07:55 PM Show/Hide
From Nash Country Daily

SCOTTY MCCREERY: “If you’re not trying to be the biggest and the baddest, why be in the business?”

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/6/2016 4:32:05 PM Show/Hide
I am sorry to say that Nash country Weekly no longer exists. The May 2nd issue was the last published issue. They will contact the subscribers to let them know what will happen next. Was hoping to see Scotty photos from that issue but they were never published.

For the book, I have both the hardback and the audio editions. I really was querious to see id he pronounced my name correctly. He did. I think the parts that stand out the most are when he will not go against his standards. First the part about JC and then movie week on Idol when he almost did not go onstage. I can say how proud of him in those instances. The decisions made about a record release comes from the record label and he really doesn't have a say. I am hoping that when he gets a new label he will be able to have more control. The book is written from his prospective and its nice to hear how he feels about things.

Just saw the post from GrandmaDot and followed the link to read article and see the photos. Thank you for the link. Great photos.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/5/2016 7:46:41 PM Show/Hide
Just finished reading Go Big or Go Home. Really enjoyed it.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 5/4/2016 9:00:06 AM Show/Hide
Just an interview, no singing.

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