Scott McCreery Tickets
After winning the tenth season of the hit television competition, American Idol in May of 2011, Scott McCreery’s career instantly took off. The singer impressed judges and audiences from all over the country with his deep and powerful vocals and his stage presence and star power; proving that he had what it takes to be one of the most successful new acts in music. The young singer quickly garnered a great deal of success proving he was one of the most versatile and talented alumni of the American Idol program.
Immediately following his American Idol win, the singer’s coronation single titled “I Love You This Big,” entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. The song entered at the number 32 spot almost immediately after McCreery performed the hit on the show. The song was the highest debut single since the chart converted to BDS data in 1990. “I Love You This Big,” was a major hit for the singer; going gold later on that summer. Other country artists also took notice of the singer’s raw talent and he was invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, present at the CMT Music Awards and perform alongside Josh Turner at the CMA Music Festival; all within weeks of his win on the television show.
McCreery released a debut album to skeptical critics wondering if he could harness the same magic he had on stage. The album quickly headed to the top of the charts and soon went platinum. Audiences fell in love with the singer’s deep voice and true country sound and he continued to perform at numerous venues across the country. With appearances singing the National Anthem at the World Series, singing at the Country Music Association Awards and on live television specials including the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade; there was no denying America’s love for the singer. He would go on to win numerous awards in his breakout career including the Best New Artist award at the American Country Awards.
With so much success behind him, the singer decided to head out on the road on his very first headlining tour. The country singer will visit numerous venues across the country including music festivals, state fairs and large amphitheaters around the nation. Although it will be his first headlining tour, fans and critics alike expect big things out of the singer’s upcoming concert series.