ff1In-Between Book Signings, McCreery Created New Snapchat Account with Username: ScottyMcCsnap

Country singer Scotty McCreery returned to "FOX & Friends" this morning to talk about yesterday's release of his first book, Go Big Or Go Home: The Journey Toward The Dream, which is now available in bookstores everywhere. McCreery talked with hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade about writing the book. When Earhardt read a line from the book where McCreery discussed meeting journalists such as Doocy and former "FOX & Friends" anchor Elisabeth Hasselbeck but not Kilmeade or herself, Kilmeade stormed off the set in mock anger. You can watch the interview here.

In the midst of his first book tour, the multi-Platinum-selling singer also created his first public Snapchat. Fans can follow McCreery on the social media platform under his username "ScottyMcCsnap."

McCreery continued his 14 city book tour today with stops at the Barnes & Noble NYC/Citigroup Center in Manhattan and the Barnes & Noble Country Glen Center in Carle Place, New York. Both stores were filled with screaming fans waiting in line to see the ACM and CMT Award winner.  Some fans had waited in line for five hours before the book signings began while other fans drove more than four hours to be able to meet the man voted the "Best American Idol" by the readers of The Los Angeles Times and have him sign their book. 

The next stop on McCreery's Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream book tour is Friday, May 6, at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota from 3:00-5:00 PM. The signing will take place in The Rotunda/Event Common Space. For more details on the signing, click here


Scotty was interviewed about his book on "FOX & Friends" on May 4.  Watch the interview here!

indexCountry singer Scotty McCreery returned to NBC's "Today" this morning to celebrate today's release of his first book, Go Big Or Go Home: The Journey Toward The Dream, which is now available in bookstores everywhere. McCreery talked with hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb about writing the book, which he refers to as a "travelogue" because he shares stories from his life's journey. The ACM and CMT Award-winning entertainer also performed his Platinum-certified Top 10 hit song "See You Tonight," which earned him a BMI Award for writing one of the Top 50 Country Songs of 2015. 

While on set, McCreery teamed up with actor John O'Hurley (best known as the character J. Peterman on "Seinfeld") to dramatically recite pop song lyrics for Gifford and Kotb to guess the song title. 

You can watch McCreery's performance here; his dramatic recitations alongside O'Hurley here; and his interview with Gifford and Kotb here (for the interview, visit the link and then scroll down to the video named "Scotty McCreery: from Idol to Author"). 

McCreery launched his 14 city book tour at Bookends in Ridgefield, New Jersey this evening. The jam-packed store was filled with McCreerians who cheered for the author as he entered the building to meet them and sign their books. The man voted "Country Music's Hottest Bachelor" will sign books on Wednesday, May 4 at both the Barnes & Noble NYC/Citigroup Center (160 E. 54th Street at 3rd Avenue) in New York, New York at 12:30 PM and at the Barnes & Noble Country Glen Center (91 Old Country Road) in Carle Place, New York at 7:00 PM. For the additional cities on McCreery's book tour, visit www.scottymccreery.com/tour for dates, cities and times.


Country music singer Scotty McCreery and John O’Hurley, best known as J. Peterman on “Seinfeld,” join the ladies in a game of “Name That Song.” Their dramatic readings of popular song lyrics put Kathie Lee and Hoda in stitches.

Click here to watch.

When Scotty McCreery arrived in New York City on Monday afternoon, May 2 after a cross-country flight from Los Angeles (where he had presented on FOX-TV's "The American Country Countdown Awards" the previous night), his first stop was at WNSH-FM 94.7.  The New York City radio station held a "win it before you can by it" contest surrounding McCreery's new book, Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward the Dream, and the winners were at the station ready to meet the new author and have him autograph their books. While there, McCreery performed live during the 5 PM drive time hour and talked with DJ Jesse Addy about the book and his three New York City-area book signings. In-between activities, he also hung out with Program Director John Foxx.
McCreery's book will be in stores beginning Tuesday, May 3. The ACM and CMT Award winner will perform on NBC's "Today" that morning between 10-11 AM. He will also be interviewed on "FOX & Friends" on the FOX News Channel on Wednesday, May 4.

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WNSH-FM Program Director John Foxx, Scotty McCreery
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WNSH-FM DJ Jesse Addy, Scotty McCreery
Photo credit: Scott Stem

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Scotty is the cover story in this weekend's American Profile, where he talks about his new book and pays a Mother's Day tribute to his mom.  You can read the full story here.