• Feelin It
  • presale
  • 1374963 570775326305341 682636696 n

Latest News


Scotty Fans Get Ready To Party!

scotty-mccreery-456-101812Announcing the 3rd Annual Scotty McCreery Fan Club Party in Nashville on Sunday, June 8th at the Wildhorse!  Join Scotty, his family, friends & band members as we celebrate the 2014 CMA Music Festival and another great year for Scotty!     The doors will open for lunch at 11:00 and the show will begin shortly thereafter.    Tickets include:  A mini performance by Scotty, question and answer session, lunch, surprise souvenir, door prizes,  photo with Scotty and more! This is open to all ages - no alcohol served/non-smoking event.

Party tickets are on sale now and are $45 each.  They will be seated in purchase order while supplies last!  If you have any questions or need help with your purchase - please feel free to email or call the office.  

To purchase tickets - simply visit the fan club store.  

We look forward to seeing you in Nashville!!

Who:  Scotty McCreery Fan Club
What:  3rd Annual Scotty McCreery Fan Club Party
When:  Sunday, June 8th @ 11:00 AM
Where:  Wildhorse -   120  2nd Ave North  Nashville, TN 37201

Please feel free to call our office if you have any questions or need assistance with your purchase.  We're looking forward to seeing you in Nashville!

Scotty Fan Club Team
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


McCreery more than just a country star

Courtesy - The Antelope
By: Hanna Jorgensen

Idol winner juggles the music scene and college life at North Carolina State University.

Female fans across the country scream his name at concerts. His sophomore album, “See You Tonight,” was his second consecutive No. 1 album debut, following his 2011 release, “Clear as Day.” The video for “See You Tonight” spent an impressive 11 weeks at No. 1 on GAC’s fan-voted Top 20.  Oh, and of course he won the 10th season of American Idol, making him the first winner born in the 1990s.

If the name of this young powerhouse escapes you, you may have been living under a rock since 2011.
Country musician Scotty McCreery will be performing at the Health and Sports Center Thursday, April 10. The concert is organized by the Loper Programming & Activities Council (LPAC).


Country musician Scotty McCreery will be performing at the Health and Sports Center Thursday, April 10. The concert is organized by the Loper Programming & Activities Council (LPAC).


Scotty McCreery Takes a Swing at ACM Golf Benefit

Courtesy - Billboard.com

The clubs were a-flying Saturday morning in Las Vegas, as Darius Rucker hosted the 2014 ACM Lifting Lives Celebrity Golf Classic at TPC Las Vegas. "It's such a great cause," said Rucker, who also hosted the event last year. "They do such great work, and to be a part of it and be able to come out and sponsor this golf tournament is really an honor."

The tournament benefits the Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund, which enables ACM Lifting Lives to respond quickly to unforeseen, immediate financial needs of music related organizations and individuals. Just that morning, Rucker heard first-hand about how the organization had touched one of the attendees lives – something that pleased the singer. "I find the things I really care about, and I try to go and raise money for them. When I hear stories about how it's affected people's lives, it makes me feel happier and more proud of what I'm doing."

Participants in the tournament included Scotty McCreery, David Nail, Jake Owen, and Frankie Ballard, who told The 615 that the event combined two of his strongest passions. "It's such a cool idea to have golf incorporated with any charity. Everybody wants to come and support that kind of event. I love to play, and it's a beautiful day. So, I'm happy to be here."

How is Ballard's golf game? "I've been playing since I was little," he admitted, "but I don't score very well. I chalk it up to course management. I get up there and grip it, rip it, and try to hit it as far as I can. That usually doesn't compute to scoring very well."

One celebrity that said he tried to brush up on his golf skills was Scotty McCreery. "I've tried to play every day this week  Monday," he said. "I was really focused on my backswing. I was hitting the ball about as well as I have done in quite some time. Then, Wednesday, I go back out and try to focus on the same thing. I shot about as bad as I ever have shot in my life," he said with a laugh. "Golf is a sport I will never figure out, but it's fun. It keeps me coming back."

McCreery also allowed that he comes back because he likes to give back. "This is such a great cause. When you have a ton of folks that want to support a cause like this, and are so passionate about, that's how you know it's really making a difference in people's lives. I'm glad we can do whatever we can to help raise awareness and help out."