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McCreery 106Scotty and Gabi McCreery, Carly Pearce and Michael Ray, Chris Lane and Lauren Bushnell, and Kane and Katelyn Brown Invite Bumble Users to Join them on Exclusive Night Out that Gives Back

Bumble, the women-first social networking app with over 60 million users worldwide, today announced ‘Country Couples for a Cause’ and have teamed up with some of country music’s favorite celebrity couples to provide their users a once-in-a-lifetime double date night experience. Scotty and Gabi McCreery, Carly Pearce and Michael Ray, Chris Lane and Lauren Bushnell, and Kane and Katelyn Brown will plan the perfect night out together for Bumble users.  

Interested applicants can enter to win a double date now through the Bumble app. The application is open to new and existing Bumble users age 18+ in the United States.  

Four lucky Bumble users, and their date or BFF, will receive a unique double date with one country couple for a good cause. Bumble will also make a $25,000 donation to each of the couple’s charity of choice: the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, supported by Carly Pearce and Michael Ray; JDRF, supported by Chris Lane and Lauren Bushnell; Boys & Girls Clubs of America, supported by Kane and Katelyn Brown; and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, supported by Scotty and Gabi McCreery.

 

“Michael and I have been able to explore the world together, creating special moments that we’ve shared with fans since the beginning so what better way to connect on another level than through this unique partnership with Bumble,” said Carly Pearce. “When we're not touring or on the road, one of our favorite things to do as a couple is to try new restaurants around Nashville, so we can’t wait to plan a fun date night and share that experience with our fans,” shares fiancé Michael Ray.

"I feel so lucky that music takes me to places all over the world, and I love when Lauren joins me out on tour. This gives us such an incredible opportunity to travel together and experience new cities,” says Chris Lane.  Adds Lauren Bushnell, “We’re so excited to partner with Bumble and bring fans along to see what a date night looks like for us when we’re out on the road!”

"Katelyn and I feel really blessed in our relationship with each other and with our fans,” said Kane Brown. “The amount of support and love that my fans have shown us is something that means the world to us and continues to surprise us every day. We are thrilled to partner with Bumble-not only because we are excited to plan a double-date with a fan- but because we appreciate the way Bumble encourages the ability to make supportive connections in so many different areas."

“Gabi and I have shared moments from our life together with our fans through social media, music videos, and more so they can know us as real people. Partnering with Bumble is another great way to evolve that connection. We make a point to plan special dates often where we can enjoy being together and reconnect as husband and wife away from the craziness of what we both do in our outside lives. You have to work at keeping that relationship alive and growing, and that’s our biggest piece of advice for all the couples who are meeting through Bumble,” said Scotty McCreery.

“At Bumble, our goal is always to bring great people together and this program is another example of that,” said Chelsea Maclin, VP of Marketing at Bumble. “We know that a double date with one of country music’s most beloved couples will be a one-in-a-lifetime experience for our country music fans. Bumble is a mission-driven company and we’re happy to give back to charities across the US from this initiative.”  

Bumble is a free app and is available to download in the App Store and Google Play. Bumble has over 60 million users in 150 countries and connects people across friendship, dating and professional networking.  

Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery performed today for WEBG Radio Big 95.5 winners in Chicago on the Skydeck at Willis Tower, looking out over the entire city. McCreery and his two guitarists performed two songs while standing on the see-through Skydeck above the city.  McCreery is currently rising up the charts with his new single “In Between,” following his two consecutive No. 1 hits “Five More Minutes” and “This Is It.”

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(Pictured left to right): Diane Lockner (radio regional, Triple Tigers Records), Scott Stem (McCreery’s manager, Triple 8 Management), Lisa Dent (Radio Personality, WBEG Radio), McCreery, Lance Houston (Program Director & Midday Host, WBEG Radio), and Kelsey King (Promotions Director, WBEG Radio).

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(Picture left to right): McCreery’s guitarist Dylan Rosson; McCreery; McCreery’s guitarist Jeff Harper

Scotty Concert 7Country music singer/songwriter Scotty McCreery’s new music video for his current single In Between” premiered today exclusively on USAToday.com. The video can also be seen on participating Gannett News Service websites today.
 
The video was directed by Jeff Ray, the Austin, TX-based filmmaker who also directed McCreery’s previous two videos for his back-to-back No. 1 hits: “Five More Minutes” (Platinum-certified single nearing 100 million video views on YouTube) and “This is It” (Gold-certified single nearing 50 million videos views on YouTube). Both videos also topped the “CMT Hot Country Countdown.”   
 
“In Between” was written by McCreery, Frank Rogers, Jessi Alexander, and Jonathan Singleton and produced by Rogers. It is the North Carolina native’s third single from his Seasons Change album on Triple Tigers Records, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. Rolling Stone named Seasons Change as one of the “40 Best Country and Americana Albums of 2018” and Whiskey Riff named it as one of the “30 Top Albums of 2018.” Taste of Country said Seasons Change “showcased [McCreery’s] growth as a songwriter and storyteller and his understanding of how and when to share parts of his own story.”
 
The lyrics of the song define the North Carolina native at his core: “I can see your pretty eyes reading me like a map. Wondering who I am and where I'm at. I'm in between Friday night wild and quiet Sunday morning. Between done after one and keep on pourin’. Ain't too high, ain't too low, just holding down the middle, steady as I go. I ain't all holy water and I ain't all Jim Beam. I'm somewhere in between.” 
 
“One of the things I’ve learned through traveling around the country is that people are a lot more alike than we are different,” said McCreery. “We’re all rarely 100% one thing or the other. We usually are somewhere in between. Using that as the theme, I think this video gives viewers a good idea of what the different aspects of my life are like.” 
 
The “In Between” music video presents all sides of McCreery from high-energy performances on stage, to quiet moments at home with his wife Gabi and yellow Labrador puppy Moose, from late nights drinking with friends, to golfing with his buddies and more. The video also includes never-before-seen footage from the McCreerys’ honeymoon in Bora Bora last year.
 
“In Between” is currently 46 on Mediabase/Country Aircheck Country Singles chart and 51 on the Billboard Country Airplay charts. McCreery is performing across the country all summer and will tour with Old Dominion in the fall.

Scotty recently interviewed with “PBS News Hour.”  You can watch the interview here:  https://www.pbs.org/newshour/arts/in-an-age-of-extremes-country-music-star-scotty-mccreery-finds-his-place-in-between 

Prior to performing at the HGTV Lodge at CMA Music Festival this morning, Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery met members of the iconic “Brady Bunch” cast. 

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Pictured left to right:

Back row:  Mike Childers (McCreery’s tour manager), Justin Ward (McCreery band member), Scott Stem (McCreery’s manager), Joey Sanchez and Jeff Harper (McCreery band members). 

Front row:  Susan Olson (“Cindy”), Maureen McCormick (“Marcia”), McCreery, and Barry Williams (“Greg”). 

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Prior to performing at the HGTV Lodge at CMA Music Festival this morning, Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery met members of the iconic “Brady Bunch” cast. 

Pictured left to right:

Back row:  Mike Childers (McCreery’s tour manager), Justin Ward (McCreery band member), Scott Stem (McCreery’s manager), Joey Sanchez and Jeff Harper (McCreery band members). 

Front row:  Susan Olson (“Cindy”), Maureen McCormick (“Marcia”), McCreery, and Barry Williams (“Greg”).