Artists to play benefit concert
Old Dominion, Ashley McBryde, Lee Brice, and Scotty McCreery will help support the efforts to rebuild and restore Nashville’s Second Ave. neighborhood. The 2nd Ave Strong benefit, a star-studded, two-hour musical event will broadcast on NewsChannel from the Wildhorse Saloon 5 on March 26. Hosted by the DISTRICT, Inc. and the Metro Historical Commission Foundation, the event will raise money for the Second Avenue Restoration and Preservation fund to support the efforts to restore the Second Avenue neighborhood impacted by last year’s Christmas Day bombing, and the preservation of many of the city’s most treasured architectural landmarks and historical contributions.
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Scotty shares new acoustic video for “You Time”
Scotty McCreery premiered an acoustic version of his current single “You Time” exclusively with American Songwriter. Watch the video for “You Time (Stripped)” HERE.
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Scotty McCreery joins Special Olympics North Carolina in 2021 Polar Plunge fundraiser
Country music singer and North Carolina native Scotty McCreery will join Special Olympics North Carolina (SONC) in the Plunge in Place fundraising event, an adaption to the annual Polar Plunge fundraiser. Traditional Polar Plunges take place across the state in lakes, pools and even the ocean to benefit SONC. This year, the Plunge in Place event encourages participants to take the Plunge however they choose: into a pool, an ice bath, the ocean, using a frigid bottle of water or running through sprinklers. Regardless of the chosen Plunge method, all funds raised will directly benefit Special Olympics athletes continuing to train and achieve sports goals in their communities. McCreery has created “Team Scotty” to fundraise in support of SONC. He will also video himself taking the Plunge; the video will be featured during Plunge Week, February 21-26. “I’m happy to Plunge in Place this year and show my support of the nearly 40,000 athletes who train and compete as part of Special Olympics North Carolina,” said McCreery. “They inspire me.” Join McCreery and fellow fundraisers by registering online to begin the Plunge in Place fundraising process or donate in support of the Plunge in Place initiative.
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POSTPONED! Chris Young Announces “Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020”
Following a record year on the road in 2019 playing to over 400,000 fans on his headlining tour, multi-platinum entertainerChris Young will take his arena/amphitheater “Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020” out beginning Thursday, May 28 in Detroit. Joined by multi-platinum performer Scotty McCreery as direct support along with Payton Smith, the first leg of the tour will travel to Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Seattle, St. Louis and more, with additional dates announcing in the coming weeks. See dates HERE.
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