Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery launched his highly-anticipated Seasons Change Tour last week at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas on Thursday, Nov. 29. Promoted by Live Nation, the dynamic entertainer also played in front of ecstatic fans at the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio on Friday, Nov. 30, and the House of Blues in Houston on Saturday, Dec. 1. The tour celebrates McCreery’s current album Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Album Chart in March.

“After planning the Seasons Change Tour for so long, it was exciting to finally begin,” said an enthusiastic McCreery. “The fans at the first three dates in Texas were amazing and really brought out the best in me and my band. We can’t wait for the next shows!”

Before his concert on Nov. 29 in Dallas, McCreery also gave an acoustic performance at an intimate KSCS Radio event hosted by morning DJ Hawkeye, which raised money for Cook Children’s Hospital.

Joining McCreery on his Seasons Change Tour are his special guests Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan (Texas singer/songwriter Mike Ryan filled in for Allen in Houston due to a previous commitment). Upcoming dates for the Seasons Change Tour include Dec. 7 at The Myth in St. Paul, Dec. 8 at the Egyptian Room in Indianapolis (where country music duo Walker McGuire will fill in for Allen), and Dec. 9 at the House of Blues in Chicago. For a full list of tour dates, visit  

McCreery can currently be heard on radio with “This is It,” which is currently No. 12 on the Mediabase / Country Aircheck Country Singles Chart. He co-wrote the song with Frank Rogers and Aaron Eshuis, inspired by his proposal to his now-wife, Gabi. “This is It” is the second single from McCreery’s album Seasons Change, which also contains his No. 1 Platinum-certified smash “Five More Minutes.”  

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Scotty McCreery performs at the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, Texas on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, the second date of his Seasons Change Tour. (Photo credit: Atonement Entertainment). IWzccc2Q

Clara Martin (KSCS Promotions Coordinator); Scott Stem (McCreery’s manager, Triple 8 Management); Hawkeye (KSCS Morning Show Host); Mac Daniels (KSCS/KPLX Program Director); Scotty McCreeryGeorge Couri (McCreery’s manager; Founder/Partner, Triple 8 Management and Triple Tigers Records); Nate Towne (McCreery’s agent, WME Entertainment); Julianna Vaughn (Southwest Radio Regional, Triple Tigers Records); and Rebecca Kaplan (KSCS/KPLX Marketing Director/Promotions Director). 


Heather MorganJimmie Allen, and Scotty McCreery hang on McCreery’s tour bus prior to the beginning of the Seasons Change Tour in Dallas, TXon Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. (Photo credit: Scott Stem).