The big winner of the tenth season of American Idol was the entire country world, which ended up with not one, but two new young stars. In the aftermath of the battle between Lauren Alaina and the eventual season champ Scotty McCreery, the two extremely talented country singers toured together with all of the American Idol finalists thrilling country audiences from coast to coast. The two performed together at the holiest of holy country institutions, Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, and were invited to present an award at the 2011 CMT Music Awards show, formally anointing them as the future of country music.
Rumor has it the two even dated briefly but with the release of his debut album in 2011, Clear as Day, Scotty McCreery stood alone on the world stage, ready to take his show on the road with acts like Brad Paisley and The Band Perry. McCreery’s debut single, "I Love You This Big", was a big hit for the 19-year-old country boy from Garner, North Carolina who now sells out Scotty McCreery tickets to events across the country, and has a day named after him and the keys to the city of his hometown.
This all-American country boy lived another dream when he sang the National Anthem at the 2011 World Series, bringing tears to eyes of fans and swelling the hearts of everyone who watched his stellar climb to national stardom. Now with the rigors of competition behind him, Scotty McCreery is ready to make his mark on the country world. Pick up your Scotty McCreery concert tickets now and don’t miss him when he passes through your hometown.