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Scotty has been announced as a presenter for “The 55th Annual CMA Awards,” which airs live on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 8 PM ET (7 PM CT) on ABC Television. 

Congratulations to the Scotty McCreery Fan of the Month for November 2021, Rachel R! Learn more about Rachel below!

Rachel Rogers

Where are you from?: Houston, TX

How many years have you been a fan?: 10 Years

How many years have you been a fan club member? 5 years

What is your favorite Scotty song? Something More

What is your favorite Scotty album? Clear As Day

How many times have you seen Scotty live? What was your first show? What was your favorite show? 3. First show was in 2014. Favorite show was in 2016

What’s one thing that sets you apart from other Scotty fans? I got to be front row at his show in 2016 and he let me sing into the microphone three times!! So fun!!

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sametrucktour

Following his fourth consecutive No. 1 single “You Time” and the release of his fifth studio album Same TruckTriple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery keeps the momentum rolling as he announces his 2022 Same Truck Tour, featuring 15 dates across the U.S. where fans can expect to hear his new single, “Damn Strait,” along with his multiple RIAA Platinum and Gold certified hits from throughout his decade-long career. Most dates will feature either Tenille ArtsCallista Clark, or Kameron Marlowe as direct support with King Calaway as the opening act. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Oct. 29 at 10 am local time at ScottyMcCreery.com.
 
“I am looking forward to kicking off 2022 with my Same Truck Tour,” said McCreery. “I’m also glad to have Tenille, Callista, Kameron and King Calaway joining us for select dates. It’s gonna be a great way to start the new year!”    
 
Last month, McCreery released his fifth studio album to applause from fans and critics, with Billboard sharing that hitmaker “continues proving his mettle not only in the recording booth, but in the writing room, as a co-writer on the bulk of the project’s songs,” while Tennessean shares, “McCreery walks a sonic tightrope that leans into his country influences while not abandoning modern Music Row hitmaking.”
 
McCreery gave fans a taste of what to anticipate on the Same Truck Tour as he performed his latest single “Damn Strait” on fellow Idol alum Kelly Clarkson’s “The Kelly Clarkson Show” last week, an early favorite from the album as Rolling Stone named the track a “Pick of the Week,” for its “clever songwriting, delivered by one of the genres’ best King George disciples.” Watch the television performance from Tuesday, Oct. 19 HERE.
 
On Same Truck, the Garner, North Carolina native shifts his perspective to reflect on the last decade of his career and life with wife Gabi and dog Moose, co-writing 10 of the 12 tracks, Billboard observing “McCreery's rich, resonant voice has never felt more confident and self-assured, and his voice as a songwriter is strong.”
 
Same Truck was produced by Rogers, Eshuis and Derek Wells, the team who produced Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. McCreery co-wrote every song on that album. 
 
Scotty McCreery’s 2022 Same Truck Tour
 
January 20                   The Ritz*~                                                                  Raleigh, NC
January 21                   American Music Hall*~                                              Lancaster, PA
January 22                   Del Lago Resort & Casino – The Vine*~                    Waterloo, NY
January 27                   The Paramount^~                                                     Huntington, NY
January 28                   Orange County Fair Speedway^~                            Middletown, NY
January 29                   Parx Casino – Xcite Center^~                                  Bensalem, PA
February 3                   Paramount Theater#~                                               Cedar Rapids, IA
February 4                   Treasure Island Resort Casino +                               Welch, MN
                                     Island Event Center#~
February 5                   The District#~                                                           Sioux Falls, SD
February 10                 The Fillmore Detroit#~                                              Detroit, MI
February 11                 The Intersection#~                                                    Grand Rapids, MI
February 12                 W.D. Packard Music Hall#~                                      Warren, OH
February 17                 Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts                     Salina, KS
February 18                 The Grizzly Rose                                                       Denver, CO
February 19                 Vilar Performing Arts Center                                     Beaver Creek, CO
 
* Denotes Kameron Marlowe as support
~ Denotes King Calaway as support
^ Denotes Callista Clark as support
# Denotes Tenille Arts as support

Scotty McCreery's 2018 Billboard Country Airplay chart-topper "Five More Minutes" will soon get the Hallmark television movie treatment. The song has inspired a movie by the same title, which will air Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. ET on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel.

In the movie, which stars Nikki DeLoach and David Haydn-Jones, a woman's holiday wish is answered in unexpected ways when her late grandfather's journal is discovered, revealing a previously untold romance.

Though McCreery will not appear in the movie, he does serve as an executive producer on the project.

kellyclarkson

Following his fourth consecutive No. 1 with the MusicRow-dubbed “upbeat and romantic” ode “You Time,” Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery appeared on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” for the first time yesterday, Oct. 19, to perform his new single “Damn Strait” from his latest album Same Truck. Watch his performance HERE.

With 51 first week stations, “Damn Strait” is McCreery’s most added song ever during an initial add week at country radio. An instant fan favorite since its release, “Damn Strait” was named as a “Pick of the Week” by Rolling Stone for its “clever songwriting, delivered by one of the genres’ best King George disciples,” while Billboard praised, “Another ace is the clever track ‘Damn Strait,’ a rare outside cut on the project, penned by Trent Tomlinson and Jim Collins, in which McCreery name checks several of King George's greatest hits.”

On Same Truck, the Garner, North Carolina native shifts his perspective to reflect on the last decade of his career and life with wife Gabi and dog Moose, co-writing 10 of the 12 tracks, with Tennessean sharing, “McCreery walks a sonic tightrope that leans into his country influences while not abandoning modern Music Row hitmaking,” while Billboard observes “McCreery's rich, resonant voice has never felt more confident and self-assured, and his voice as a songwriter is strong.”

“You Time,” the lead single from Same Truck, followed McCreery’s three back-to-back No. 1 hits from the RIAA Gold-certified Seasons Change: the Double RIAA Platinum-certified “Five More Minutes,” Platinum-certified “This is It,” and Gold-certified “In Between.” Same Truck was produced by Rogers, Eshuis and Derek Wells, the team who produced Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. McCreery co-wrote every song on that album.

Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery will perform his new single “Damn Strait” on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” next Tuesday, October 19.  This is McCreery’s first time to appear on Clarkson’s show.  To find the station and time that “The Kelly Clarkson Show” airs in various markets, visit https://www.kellyclarksonshow.com/exclusives/where-to-watch

“Damn Strait,” written by Trent Tomlinson and Jim Collins, is the recently released, second single from McCreery’s new album Same Truck, which was released in September. The first single from the album, “You Time” (written by McCreery, Frank Rogers, and Aaron Eshuis), topped both the Billboard and the Mediabase/Country Aircheck country radio airplay charts in September, making it McCreery’s fourth consecutive No. 1 hit.