335319940 628882602383203 3524979729220589401 n


Scotty has been nominated for CMT Digital-First Performance of the Year at the 2023 CMT Awards for his performance of “Damn Strait” from the “CMT Campfire Sessions.”

Voting is open now through noon ET on March 27th. Visit to cast YOUR vote! Fans can vote every day, up to 20 times a day.

Congratulations to the Scotty McCreery Fan of the Month for March 2023, Kristin M! Learn more about Kristin below!


Where are you from?: Virginia

How many years have you been a fan?: 11 Years

How many years have you been a fan club member?  9 Years

What is your favorite Scotty song?  Damn Strait

What is your favorite Scotty album? Same Truck

How many times have you seen Scotty live? What was your first show? What was your favorite show? 4 times

What’s one thing that sets you apart from other Scotty fans? Each show I take Scotty a card I made for him or a gift I made for him.  I’ve traveled to 4 different states to see Scotty in concert.

Sold Out Tour Markets Include Joliet, IL; Charlotte, NC; Greenville, SC; The Villages, FL; Sarasota, FL; Shipshewana, IN; Nashville, IN; Lancaster, PA; and Hagerstown, MD

Current Single “It Matters to Her,” the Fastest Rising Song of His Career, is at No. 20 

McCreery Guest Hosts “American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks” This Weekend in Preparation of Joining the Brooks & Dunn REBOOT Tour 2023 in May

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum includes McCreery in upcoming “American Currents” Exhibit Opening March 8

Scotty Knoxville 2.3 Credit Stephanie McKendrick Graham

Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery recently launched his Damn Strait Tour and already has five sold out shows under his belt with full capacity audiences in Joliet, IL; Charlotte, NC; Greenville, SC; The Villages, FL; and Sarasota, FL. With an average attendance of more than 2,000 fans at those concerts, the in-demand entertainer has also sold out four additional shows in advance on March 18 in Shipshewana, IN; Mar. 19 in Nashville, IN; April 28 in Lancaster, PA; and April 30 in Hagerstown, MD. Minimal tickets remain at many of the other upcoming concerts on the tour. 
“McCreery captivates with hit songs and personal stories on Damn Strait Tour,” headlined Country Now in its review of his sold-out Joliet, IL show at the Rialto Square Theatre on Jan. 27. When describing the opening of the show, they wrote “an overwhelming feeling of anticipation soared throughout the entire room as he sang the opening verse to his 2018 fan-favorite, ‘In Between.’ The energy suddenly shifted as the stage lit up and his five-piece band members joined in... A roar of applause bounced off the walls….”
“We’ve just started the Damn Strait Tour, but we’re already having a great time on the road,” said McCreery. “The audiences have been packed, singing along with every song. It’s been a blast.”
The tour is named after McCreery’s fifth consecutive No. 1 hit “Damn Strait,” written by Trent Tomlinson and Jim Collins, which spent three weeks at the top of both the Mediabase and Billboard charts. One of the highlights of McCreery’s concerts is his performance of his current single “It Matters to Her,” which he co-wrote with Rhett Akins and Lee Thomas Miller. “It Matters to Her” is the singer/songwriter’s fastest rising single of his career, currently at No. 20 on the Mediabase chart.
McCreery brought his three-month-old son Avery out on stage in Knoxville, TN on Feb. 2, introducing him to the crowd. Safe in his father’s arms and wearing his noise reduction headphones, young Avery seemed completely at ease as the audience cheered and snapped photos with their phones.
McCreery will guest-host the nationally syndicated radio program “American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks” this weekend, airing in markets across the nation on Feb. 18-19. As previously announced, McCreery will join Brooks & Ronnie Dunn for their Brooks & Dunn REBOOT Tour 2023 in May and June, with Megan Moroney as opening act.
McCreery will be one of the artists featured in the new “American Currents: State of the Music” exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, opening on March 8, 2023, and remaining on display through Feb. 4, 2024.

McCreery will perform on the Grand Ole Opry tonight (Feb. 14) and again on Thursday, March 9 for their “Opry Country Classics Show.” Tickets for both shows are available at

Remaining Damn Strait Tour dates are as follows:
March 4      Lufkin, TX                 George H. Henderson Expo Center
March 10    Grant, OK                  Choctaw Casino & Resort - Durant
March 11    Tulsa, OK                   Hard Rock Live
March 17    Ashland, KY              Paramount Arts Center
March 18    Shipshewana, IN       Blue Gate Performing Arts Center
March 19    Nashville, IN             Brown Country Music Center
March 24    DuQuoin, IL              Cord McCoy's PRCA Pro Rodeo
March 25    Opp, AL                     Opp Rattlesnake Rodeo
April 21      Scottsdale, AZ           Talking Stick Resort
April 22      Henderson, NV          Sunset Station Hotel & Casino
April 27      Carteret, NJ               Carteret Performing Arts & Events Center
April 28      Lancaster, PA             American Music Theatre
April 29      Orillia, ON                Casino Rama
April 30      Hagerstown, MD       Maryland Theatre
Tour dates for the Brooks & DunnREBOOT Tour 2023 in May and June, featuring Scotty McCreery and opening act Megan Moroney:
May 4        Kansas City, MO              T-Mobile Center
May 5        Oklahoma City, OK          Paycom Center
May 6        Fort Worth, TX                 Dickies Arena
May 11      Lexington, KY                  Rupp Arena
May 12      Pittsburgh, PA                   PPG Paints Arena
May 13      Buffalo, NY                      KeyBank Center
May 18      Birmingham, AL               Legacy Arena
May 19      Biloxi, MS                        Mississippi Coast Coliseum
May 20      North Little Rock, AR      Simmons Bank Arena
June 1        Omaha, NE                       CHI Health Center
June 2        Sioux Falls, SD                 Denny Sanford PREMIER Center-Arena
June 3        St. Paul, MN                     Xcel Energy Center
June 8        Duluth, GA                       Gas South Arena
June 10      Orlando, FL                      Amway Center
June 15      Mt. Pleasant, MI               Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
June 16      Columbus, OH                  Nationwide Arena
June 17      Greensboro, NC                Greensboro Coliseum Complex
In-between the Brooks & Dunn REBOOT Tour 2023 dates, McCreery will also be performing these shows, with more to be announced soon:
May 21     Temecula, CA                    Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival
May 28     Denham Springs, LA         Cajun Country Jam
June 9       Myrtle Beach, SC              Carolina Country Music Fest
July 13      Knoxville, IN                    Knox County Fair
July 21      Minden, NV                      Carson Valley Inn Casino - TJ's Corral
July 28      Caldwell, ID                      Canyon County Fair
Aug. 3       Prairie Du Chien, WI        County Line Country Fest
Tickets for all Damn Strait TourBrooks & Dunn REBOOT Tour 2023 and additional dates above can be purchased at

IMG 8437 2


Scotty McCreery brought his three month old son Avery McCreery out on stage at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium in Knoxville, Tennessee last night (2/2/23). It was Avery's first full concert and the crowd loved him.  McCreery was singing his version of John Michael Montgomery's "Be My Baby Tonight" when he left the stage during the musical interlude to bring Avery out and finish the song, singing "This is MY baby tonight!" 

Congratulations to the Scotty McCreery Fan of the Month for February 2023, Samantha P! Learn more about Samantha below!

IMG 1624

Where are you from?: Naperville, IL

How many years have you been a fan?: 11 Years!

How many years have you been a fan club member?  I am a new member

What is your favorite Scotty song?  This is It

What is your favorite Scotty album? Seasons Change

How many times have you seen Scotty live? What was your first show? What was your favorite show? 2 times. Naperville, IL. Paramount Theater

What’s one thing that sets you apart from other Scotty fans? I have been a fan since I first saw him on American Idol. We are almost the same age. My parents had him send me a cameo video for my birthday because the concert we were supposed to go to was canceled during the pandemic. I also met Scotty in person back stage at the last concert. 

The annual exhibit opens Wednesday, March 8, and will highlight significant developments in country music over the past year. 

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will offer perspective on country music’s latest chapter with the opening of American Currents: State of the Music on Wednesday, March 8. The exhibit runs until February 2024.

Presented annually, American Currents takes a broad view of the genre over the past year to explore musical developments, artist achievements and notable events, as determined by the museum’s curators and editorial staff.

“Each year through the American Currents exhibit, the museum documents and reports on the music and events that helped shape the previous year, examining a wide scope of contributions,” said Kyle Young, chief executive officer of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “Last year, we witnessed innovative collaborations, varied musical perspectives and well-deserved honors for emerging artists and established luminaries. American Currents allows us to highlight these moments and artists, sharing their significance in country music history.”

Featured in American Currents is a selection of artists, musicians, songwriters and institutions that figured prominently in country music in 2022. This year’s exhibition will include Luke Combs, Charley Crockett, Sierra Ferrell, Rhiannon GiddensAshley GorleyHARDYCody Johnson, Wynonna JuddMiranda LambertAshley McBryde, Parker McCollumScotty McCreeryReba McEntireAmanda ShiresBilly StringsSunny Sweeney, Molly TuttleShania Twain, Morgan Wallen and Lainey Wilson.

A section of the exhibit titled “Unbroken Circle” will highlight the musical connections of artists and organizations, including those who have influenced them or share musical perspectives. Featured pairings include the Black Opry and the Black Country Music AssociationJordan Davis and Bob McDillMiko Marks and Loretta Lynn and Morgan Wade and Elvis Presley.

American Currents also includes a video compilation of important country music moments from 2022. In addition, the exhibit recaps the year’s chart-topping country albums, singles and highest-grossing tours as reported by Billboard and Pollstar.

For more information about American Currents: State of the Music, visit

Cron Job Starts