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Born in 1993 in North Carolina to Michael McCreery and Judy Cooke, Scotty McCreery always had a beautiful voice. His love for music could be seen even at a very young age when he used to impersonate the legendary Elvis Presley. Scotty McCreeny’s love for music pushed him to start learning how to play a guitar at the tender age of ten. Scotty even sang at his graduation ceremony at his school West Lake Middle School. Apart from that he also went to Garner Magnet High School and there he joined a vocal band called Die Meistersingers. The band used to perform all over the US and Scotty initially used to sign tenor but as his voice got lower, he switched to bass.
At the Clayton Harvest Festival in Clayton, North Carolina Scotty McCreery showed the world a glimpse of his extraordinary singing potential when he won a local idol contest “Clayton Idol”. He was also shortlisted as one of the thirty six teenage finalists in a contest held at North Carolina called “Rip the Hallways”. When American Idol’s tenth season started Scotty knew this was the break he had always needed to reach out to show the world what he has got. He went for auditions in Milwaukee and impressed the judges with his deep bass voice which is very rare for someone of his age. He passed the auditions and qualified for the next round. His stay at the show however wasn’t without a drama.
Scotty joined a group “Guaps” in the Hollywood round of American Idol but one of his fellow group members Clint Jun Gamboa kicked another member Jacee Badeaux out of the group. Scotty did not do anything about it but he later confessed his mistake and said that he should have stood up and supported Jacee. As the show went on, Scotty improved his singing style and all his efforts and hard work paid off when he was selected as one of the only five male contestants to qualify for the Top 13 category. He was so good during the course of the show that he was never voted to be in the bottom two or three contestants. When he came back home after winning the contest, the Mayor of Garner not only gave the key to the city to Scotty but also named May 14 “ScottMcCreery Day”.
Scotty McCreery released his first solo single called “I Love You This Big” soon after winning American Idol. It entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts at number thirty-two making it the best debut on the charts since 1990 and the song sold over 170,000 copies in the first week alone. Scotty’s first studio album “Clear as Day” was released in October 2011 which also included a song from Keith Urban and the popular title track. The album was a sensational hit and it sold well over 195,000 copies in the first week alone. Scotty re-wrote history books for being the first country act to shoot straight up to number one on its debut on “Billboard 200”. He also became the youngest male star to go to number one straight away with his first album.
Scotty McCreery has become a worldwide heartthrob in a short time and the music lovers just can’t wait to see what he does next. Every move he makes gets an out of this world response and his followers try to get their hands on Scotty McCreery tickets as soon as his next performance is announced.