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Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/8/2016 6:10:13 PM Show/Hide
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  • By Dan Kane
    CantonRep.com entertainment writer

    Posted Feb. 8, 2016 at 2:19 PM 

    Sorry girls, but in a recent interview Scotty McCreery let slip that he has a girlfriend.
    With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the 22-year-old “American Idol” winner and country singing star happily answered a few questions about this most romantic of holidays.
    Incidentally, McCreery will appear in concert Friday at Canton’s Palace Theatre. Tickets are available at www.cantonpalacetheatre.org.
    Here’s McCreery’s take on all things romance:
    Q. What is your idea of a fun date?
    A. “I’m a pretty chill guy so it doesn’t take too much to thrill me, chill me, but a nice movie or a day trip to the beach. Spend a few hours walkin’ on the beach, make a little picnic lunch. I guess it’s a summertime thing, wouldn’t be for Valentine’s Day.” (Chuckles)
    Q. What would you like to receive from a special someone on Feb. 14?
    A. “Man, any type of chocolate is good by me. Give me chocolate and you’ll be in good graces with me.”
    Q. Do you have a favorite love song?
    A. “Oh my goodness, there’s tons. If I go with Elvis, it’s ‘Love Me Tender’ or ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love.’ At prom when I was in high school, I requested the Brad Paisley song ‘Then.’ They were playing a bunch of hop-hop and I don’t dance to that kind of stuff. I asked them to slow it down.”
    Q. What’s the best love song you’ve recorded?
    A. “’I Love You This Big’ was the first. Actually, my girlfriend’s favorite song is ‘Get Gone With You.’”
    Q. Do you have Valentine’s Day plans with her?
    A. “Unfortunately, I’m going to be on the road so I’ll have to make it up to her when I get back. I’ll definitely take her out for a nice dinner, have our little time together.”
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/7/2016 7:42:51 PM Show/Hide
Voting heavily on GAC, Musiqtone and Best AI.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/5/2016 11:49:22 PM Show/Hide
Hope this posts ok.

American Idol 2016: Alumni Return To Mentor & Duet With Top 24

By: Matthew Boyer | February 5, 2016 at 10:30 AM EST

The American Idol 2016 Top 24 will have an all new opportunity as part of the Farewell Season when past Idol singers and winners return to perform duets with this season’s semi-finalists.

American Idol Alumni Duets with Top 24

American Idol Alumni Duets with Top 24 – Source: FOX

Teased as part of the “next week on American Idol” segment at the end of last night’s Idol episode we can expect to see the Top 24 performing both solos and duets with the former Hopefuls during the two-night stretch of shows.

The Top 24 will be split in to two groups with one set appearing each week for theirsolos and duets. The list of returning alumni will also vary between the weeks. There will be six alumni and twelve Hopefuls each week so we can expect each returningcontestant to sing with two of the new singers.

During the first night of duets, on February 11, 2016, we’ll see Ruben Studdard, Fantasia, Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina, Caleb Johnson and Nick Fradiani return to theAmerican Idol stage. From that same teaser segment we saw Fradiani singing withThomas Stringfellow, Scotty singing with Jeneve Rose Mitchell and again with Jenna Renae, and Lauren Alaini with MacKenzie Bourg.

Then during week two we’ll see more solos on the Wednesday night show and another round of duets on Thursday but with a new set of legacy singers. That list includes Constantine Maroulis, Chris Daughtry, Kellie Pickler, Jordin Sparks, David Cook and Haley Reinhart.

As for the biggest name in American Idol history, Kelly Clarkson will return as well. She’ll be part of the February 25, 2016 show when the Top 10 are revealed and perform for our votes. Clarkson will appear as both a guest performer and a guest judge. Nice!

I’m pretty excited about this new feature on American Idol 2016. It’s got a lot of potential for great performances and a really special way to remember all the talent that has passed across the American Idol stage before it dims its lights for the last time.

Which Idol alumni would you most want to sing alongside if you had the chance?

Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/5/2016 11:22:50 PM Show/Hide
I will mention it.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/5/2016 10:01:09 AM Show/Hide
Just watched Scotty's concert in Cancun. Great Escape 2016. The person taking the video and his counterpart talked during the whole concert and sometimes talked over Scotty. Musicians there were Jeff, Joey and Dylan. Scotty did mention  his road manager so maybe Mike was here also. I wrote down the set list:
Now
Water Tower Town
Whiplash
I Love You This Big
Check Yes or No
Southern Belle
I Like It, I Love It
The Trouble With Girls
5 More Minutes
Mama Tried
Folsom Prison Blues
Chattahoochee
You Make That Look Good
Walk In The Country
See You Tonight
Feelin It

The concert lasted almost an hour and here is where I found it: http//t.co/Nxej2.RJQF

I am wondering if 5 More Minutes will be the song released at the new record label.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/4/2016 5:35:16 PM Show/Hide
Here is another part from facebook

Michelle Wakefield what did scotty dad say in the post ? for the ones who can't see it ?
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Dominick Joseph
Dominick Joseph Since it is a private group, I think it is OK to share his dad's post. He doesn't say anything offensive to the label anyway (just the truth): "I have to very careful what I say here. What you are reading/hearing is true. When I heard it first I was initially livid, but seriously after thinking about this it could be a blessing in disguise. We are talking about an artist that has had 2 main country albums come out and each debuted at #1 on the Country Charts and the first one debuting #1 Billboard overall. His most recent 2 singles before Southern Belle (not his personal choice), both went top 10.

You are going to see all sorts of comments about this, but use your head with what I typed above. This isn't about the music or any creative differences. I'll let you all figure out what this was about. It's been an issue since day 1. It's pretty easy and if you get the right answer, which I'm sure you will, it will explain a lot of other stuff we have all wondered about.

Time for a total reboot and on to bigger and better things. And yes there is a new single ready for the new label to come."
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Roseann Schrichte
Roseann Schrichte Thank you Dominick Joseph for posting that here. And yes, this is a closed group. You can post it here. I am so RELIEVED that Mike posted something. Confirms what I was thinking. That Scotty has a new label lined up.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/4/2016 4:46:04 PM Show/Hide
I got this from a facebook page Watching Scotty Grow. I hope it posts ok.

Elise Johnson Scotty's parents are so supportive, and I am sure Scotty can tell them things he can't tell anyone else, and he can trust them not to say things that are not supposed to get out. He is so very blessed to have that kind of support.
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Estie Hawthorne Gorman
Estie Hawthorne Gorman Im confused.. so why would his dad say anything
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Elise Johnson
Elise Johnson He was just confirming our suspicions that, now that the "news" is out about UMG dropping Scotty, that there was little to no support for the song by the label, they chose it for Scotty but really had no plans to support or promote it. That's all. He did not confirm our suspicions until just a few minutes ago, now that the relationship with the label and the single are done and over with. He wouldn't have said anything if he did not think it was okay to do so, I am sure.
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Dominick Joseph
Dominick Joseph his dad was very careful in his word. He just tried to let fans understand part of what is going on, saving us time on speculating too much. There are several information I can gather from his dad's post, which explain a lot of things smile emoticon
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Elise Johnson
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Dominick Joseph
Dominick Joseph I am excited when his dad said he has a new single ready. Hopefully it means Scotty can retain (at least some of) his new songs
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Mary Wheatley
Mary Wheatley Why did I hear an interview of Scotty saying he heard the song and knew he wanted to record it?
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Elise Johnson
Elise Johnson Mary Wheatley I really think artists are kind of obligated, out of allegiance to their label who is supposedly promoting them, to say what their label wants them to say and to promote themselves and their songs, whether they REALLY feel that way or not...See More
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Dominick Joseph
Dominick Joseph Mary Wheatley : I think he likes song and his dad likes it too. However, it doesn't mean it's his personal choice for a single smile emoticon
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/3/2016 5:28:53 PM Show/Hide
I am wondering about the songs that he wrote. Does he not have the rights to them and can record them on another record label?
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/2/2016 9:20:50 PM Show/Hide
Hopefully this posts ok.

ZANESVILLE - When you go from bagging groceries to an international superstar at 17, going with the flow might be the best philosophy to follow as Scotty McCreery has discovered.

The 2011 winner of “American Idol,” now 22, will perform Feb. 13 at Secrest Auditorium. It’s the start of a year that will see the release of a new book and album and participating in events for the final season of the reality series that launched his country music career, but he feels shouldn’t define it.

“‘Idol’ itself isn’t a career. It’s a platform,” McCreery said. “It’s up to the artist to go out there and turn it into a lifelong career.”

McCreery said there is no magic formula for why some contestants come out of “American Idol” as hit-makers and others are never heard from again. He attributes his success to a mix of a grounded upbringing steeped in Christian faith and finding or co-writing good songs.

“I don’t have a music life and a personal life. I just have a life,” he said. “I kind of make everything mesh together and go with the flow. That’s kind of my motto.”

To date, “I Love You This Big,” “The Trouble with Girls,” “See You Tonight” and “Feelin’ It” have all reached the top 20 of the Billboard country charts. His first album, “Clears as Day” sold more than 1.1 million copies and went certified platinum.

McCreery said his latest album doesn’t have a release date, but the first single from it, “Southern Belle,” is already receiving country radio airplay. He said the album will be more personal and reflect the man he is today. His albums have already become a time capsule to him as McCreery said he can look back to the teen he was for his first album, the young man he was for the second and the maturing individual he is now.

“I’m going to grow up with my music,” he said. “It’s just a few years in the grand scheme of things, but pretty big years for anyone’s life.”

Also showing the fans the trek he’s taken in just a few short years is the book “Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream” being released May 3. As young as he is, McCreery balks at calling it an autobiography and describes is as more of a travelogue of his early life, time on “American Idol” and his time now recording and touring.

What McCreery said he loves most about live touring is connecting with fans and allowing them to hear his songs in a new way from the album recordings.

“They can hear it on the record anytime they want to, but for that one night they get to hear the artist live,” McCreery said of a stage performance. “So, we try to bring it.”

McCreery said he puts on a high energy show from start to finish, but that doesn’t mean running on one emotion. He hopes to take fans on a ride from high joy to low sadness. He also includes covers from the likes of Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and Alabama among others.

“That’s one of the coolest things I think I get to do, kind of play teacher in a way to a lot of kids my age who didn’t grow up like I did with grandparents that played Elvis (Presley), Conway (Twitty) and Ronnie Milsap,” McCreery said. “It’s also connecting to the audience out there who did grow up with those artists … Hopefully by connecting with them through the love and respect of traditional country music they can become a fan of mine and enjoy my music as well.”

Scotty will perform in Zanesville on Feb 13th.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/2/2016 7:31:28 PM Show/Hide
My hand is getting tired but I'm gonna vote till I can't. Voting for best AI and on GAC. got to keep Scotty number 1.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/2/2016 6:47:48 PM Show/Hide
Scotty and Caleb Johnson and Caleb's Dad
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 2/2/2016 4:20:12 PM Show/Hide
We need voters for Scotty being the best AI. Kelly is closing up fast.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/30/2016 8:59:38 AM Show/Hide
Scotty dropped to number 2. We need all voters to hit the GAC and vote as much as possible. I know that yo can vote more than 10 times. I am just gonna leave the window open and vote until they kick me off and then I'm gonna wait awhile and start again.

Has Lynne replacement been named? i haven't seen anything yet.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/28/2016 6:27:02 PM Show/Hide
how often can we vote
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/28/2016 4:57:44 PM Show/Hide
I am not a happy camper. Just spoke with one of my local dj's about the status of Southern Belle. He told me that it has been pulled and they would not be playing it. Another single will have to be released.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/22/2016 7:54:19 PM Show/Hide
Scotty is still #1 on GAC. 8th week. Let's keep voting.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/19/2016 10:32:33 AM Show/Hide
We need to make sure that we are voting as much as possible, especially on GAC. Nan Kelly said last week that Thomas Rhett is moving up very quickly and right now he has the number 2 spot.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/19/2016 10:28:37 AM Show/Hide
Yes, it is a great list.

However, one of the stations listed is not on media base. I was told that by the program director at the station. 

I spoke with him yesterday and we talked about Southern Belle. He feels it has become stagnated now due to the record company releasing it earlier and then pulling it and then releasing it again. He said that he had gotten a call from Scottys management team and had to return their call due to him being on the air. I will check with him to see what they had to say.

It doesn't matter how many times we request it, if the management team at the station doesn't feel that the record is moving up fast enough, then they won't let the dj's play it. And right now Southern Belle is at about 50 on the 100 list.
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/18/2016 5:35:15 PM Show/Hide
This is the link to hear Scotty sing the national anthem.

http://www.patriots.com/video/2016/01/16/country-music-star-scotty-mccreery-sings-national-anthem
Scotty McCreery Street Team on 1/17/2016 6:45:35 PM Show/Hide

It being the playoffs and all, there was plenty of hype surrounding the Patriots-Chiefs game at Gillette Stadium. Kicking things off Saturday was anthem singer Scotty McCreery, the “American Idol” winner who happens to be a major Pats fan. The fresh-faced McCreery, who’s sold more than 2 million CDs since winning “Idol” in 2011, was hoping to be the team’s good luck charm. If you’re wondering how a 22-year-old who grew up in North Carolina listening to Conway Twitty became a Pats fan, it’s because his father grew up in New England. “I am the lone wolf back in North Carolina, especially because the Pats beat the Panthers back in the day in the Super Bowl,” he said Friday at the Television Critics Association’s press tour in Pasadena, Calif. “There’s a lot of haters back home, but I love the Pats.” Lest there be any doubt, he was wearing a pair of custom-made Patriots cowboy boots.

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