Scotty has been nominated by the Inspirational Country Music Association in the Mainstream Country Male Artist category, along with Vince Gill, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Ricky Skaggs, Josh Turner and other great artists. He won this category in 2014. For a list of all the nominees, click HERE.

Rare Country has been following Scotty's adventures on social media and writing stories about him regularly this week. You can read their take on Scotty's sojourn to the North Carolina mountains HERE and about his pride in girlfriend Gabi becoming certified as a nurse HERE. They also remind everyone of his love of Elvis by posting a video of him performing "That's All Right" in Atlanta in 2013 HERE.

 
Wanna hear Scotty do an interview? The audio from his interview with the Herald Standard in advance of his Aug. 19 concert in Greensburg, PA is now on the newspaper's podcast. You can hear the interview here.

Scotty plays at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, PA on Aug. 19.  In advance of the show, he talked with the Herald Standard about performing live, "Five More Minutes," writing his book, what he would tell his 16 year old self, and more.  Check out the interview here.

Scotty performs a sold-out show tonight in Shelby, NC at Keeter Stadium as part of the American Legion World Series' Celebration of Champions. He talked with the Shelby Star about his love for baseball and country music. You can read the full article here.

HomeSweetCountryHome.com interviewed Scotty in advance of his upcoming Aug. 18 show at iPlay America in Freehold, NJ Scotty talked with HomeSweetCountryHome.com.  Scotty talked about his recently released book (Go Big or Go Home), his performance of "Five More Minutes" at the Grand Ole Opry, and more.  Check out the interview here.