SCOTTY McCREERY LIVE IN BOSTON
THE SEASONS CHANGE TOUR
February 01, 2019 Written with Live Images by Zack Tremblay | Promotional Image by Jeff Ray
Scotty McCreery is approaching the one year anniversary of his latest album, Seasons Change. The record has done exceptionally well with the success of his first two singles, “Five More Minutes” and “This Is It”. McCreery hit the stage at the House of Blues in Boston this past January, performing for a sold out crowd in celebration of his album. Scotty performed a collection of hits, spanning his past three albums. Those hits include: “Feelin’ It”, “The Trouble With Girls” + “Your Man”, a Josh Turner cover that put the superstar on the map during his time on American Idol. The country star has proven himself on this tour, captivating crowds in every city he visits across the country.
There is a special moment when you witness an artist connect with a crowd and I have never seen that done like McCreery does. He offers a personal look into his life as he takes the audience on a journey through his experiences; sharing stories from American Idol, to adding a new addition to his growing family. We are of course referring to Scotty and Gabi’s new pup Moose, who is absolutely adorable. While Scotty has come a long way since American Idol, the “Five More Minutes” singer has remained humble and grateful. You can see how much McCreery loves what he does and he is completely deserving of everything he has and everything that is coming his way in the future. Even though the Seasons Change Tour has come to an end, I highly recommend you take the time to see Scotty on his next tour.
Until then, you can stream Scotty McCreery’s latest album Seasons Change - now available across all music streaming services, featuring the hits “Five More Minutes and “This Is It”. This feature is also available inside the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of TREMBLAY, which is currently available for a free download, here!
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