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Season 10 American Idol Winner Moves Up The Charts


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By:  Fred Bronson
BRIGHT ‘TONIGHT’: Scotty McCreery
 is moving in the right direction on several Billboard charts: up. With the holiday season upon us, his Christmas with Scotty McCreeryrebounds 4-3 on Top Country Catalog Albums, 24-18 on Top Pop Catalog Albums and 137-116 on The Billboard 200.

His current single, “See You Tonight,” is also doing well. It climbs 36-32 on Country Digital Songs, 28-26 on Hot Country Songs, 23-21 on Country Airplay and 27-23 on Country Detections. The parent album of the same name holds at No 8 on Top Country Albums.


Scotty McCreery Launches See You Tonight Tour in January That Will Debut Songs From Second No. 1 Album

     Scotty McCreery Launches See You Tonight Tour in January That Will Debut Songs From Second No. 1 Album

Performs at Nashville’s Historic Ryman Auditorium on Feb. 18


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Platinum-selling country singer-songwriter Scotty McCreery will launch his new See You Tonight Tour in January. The tour, named for his current album, will make a stop at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Feb. 18.

 McCreery will feature songs from See You Tonight, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart and received rave reviews from critics.

McCreery wrote five songs on his new album, which was released in October, and he’s eager to perform them live. “It’s cool to be able to sing the songs for people that I wrote because they came from my heart,” he says. “This tour will capture more of who I am than anything I have ever done.”

The tour will include stops around the United States as well as potential stops abroad since he has an international following. He’s very excited about performing at the historic Ryman Auditorium on Feb. 18.

"It has been a dream of mine to play the Ryman,” he says. “It is the mother church of country music and it is a true honor.”

The album’s debut single and title track, “See You Tonight,” is approaching the country charts’ Top 20. He is nominated for Breakthrough Artist at the American Country Awards, which will air live on Fox on Dec. 10.

Cities are still being added to the tour, so visit www.ScottyMcCreery.com for the latest updates. Below are tour stops that can be currently announced:

Jan. 24 – Ashland, KY – Paramount Arts Center

Jan. 25 – Hampton, VA – Hampton Coliseum (WGH WinterFest)

Feb. 15 – Fort Worth, TX – Billy Bob’s

Feb. 18 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium

March 1 – Orlando, FL – Sea World

March 12 – Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum

May 16-17 – Harris, MI – Island Resort Casino

With album sales approaching 2 million in less than two years, McCreery has emerged as one of country's hottest new stars. He has earned a gold and platinum album, two gold singles, and two consecutive album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. His social numbers are equally impressive with a combined 2.4 million followers on Facebook and Twitter.

His first headlining tour has been so successful—with numerous sell-outs and additional shows added to meet demand--that a fall 2013 run was added.


Scotty McCreery Rocks Hometown Carolina Crowd for Ram Country Live: Watch Again Dec. 11!

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Scotty McCreery performs at Durham's Carolina Theater 11/19

"This is a good vibe for me," announced a grinning Scotty McCreery, addressing a cheering crowd at the historic Carolina Theater in Durham, NC. Truer words were never spoken: McCreery, himself a Carolina boy from neighboring Raleigh, no doubt felt completely at home with an adoring hometown audience cheering him on.

McCreery's Nov. 19 special performance for Ram Country Live attracted a line of fans stretching around the block for a chance to see the Season 10 "American Idol" winner deliver his special brand of traditional-yet-fresh country. While they waited, McCreery chatted with Ram Country about his latest album (See You Tonight, released last month), life as a college sophomore at North Carolina State University, and some of his guilty pleasures (Katy Perry tunes, cookies-n-cream Hershey bars).

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Scotty McCreery chats with Ram Country.

As loyal followers of the 20-year-old's career might expect, McCreery noted that the growth between his 2011 debut and the current record is noticable due to the perspective he's gained leaving his teenage years. However, the singer was not a bit short of youthful exuberance when he hit the stage, treating the crowd to a mix of hits from both of his studio albums, including "The Trouble With Girls," "I Love You This Big," "Write My Number On Your Hand," and first single off the new record, "See You Tonight."

In all, McCreery rocked out 13 songs with two encores...but that wasn't it. Fans were instructed to remain in their seats for a special treat. The singer (who also has a Christmas album under his belt, and says he'd like to record more seasonal music) then returned and performed two Christmas tunes to get everyone in the holiday spirit!

If you missed McCreery's boot-stompin' show, which was live streamed on Ram Country that night -- never fear. Just mark your calendars to visit Ram Country on Dec. 11: We'll be offering select performances from the concert, plus McCreery's interview, and more!