FOX News Channel’s Anna Kooiman visited Mercury/19/Interscope recording artist Scotty McCreery on the road in Fargo, ND recently where she learned how to be his guitar tech for the day. The process was filmed for the “Road Trip with Anna Kooiman” segment of FOX & Friends which aired earlier this week (and will re-air on “FOX & Friends Weekend” this Sunday, May 31, at 8:30 AM/ET). Check out the segment below :
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Scotty McCreery performed “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the Seventh Inning Stretch of the New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals game at New York City’s Citi Field on May 19th.
This is sure to be one of the sports topics that the ACM and CMT Music Award winner will discuss when he appears live today (May 20) on “SI Now,” the daily online Sports Illustrated news show broadcast at SI.com between 1:00-1:30 PM/ET.
The singer/songwriter, who has been in the studio recently working on new music, will also appear on the “Road Trip with Anna Kooiman” segment of “FOX and Friends” which will air on May 28 at 7:40 AM/ET on the FOX News Channel. Kooiman visited McCreery and his band during their soundcheck and performance in Fargo, North Dakota earlier this year to learn how to be his guitar tech. Viewers can see how well she handled the job when the segment airs next week.
McCreery will be the special guest on the upcoming Rascal Flatts RIOT Tour 2015 this summer, beginning May 30 in Noblesville, IN at the Klipsch Music Center. The tour will also feature opening act RaeLynn.
For more information and tour dates, visit www.ScottyMcCreery.com.
Fox announced this week it is pulling the plug on American Idol after the 15th season, giving the show one more year to bid farewell to the fans. Producers say the final season will pay tribute to seasons passed.
Scotty McCreery says “American Idol” was “a dominant force in our pop culture for almost a decade and a half, but all good things must come to an end.” The next season of “American Idol” will be its last.
Kellie Pickler says “Idol” helped her realize her dreams as a country singer and she’s sure the final season will be a memorable one.
Original co-host Brian Dunkleman had the best reaction ever when he tweeted, “I knew American Idol would never last without me CANCELLED.”
Grand Ole Opry member Carrie Underwood along with Easton Corbin, Del McCoury, Scotty McCreery, and more will hit the stage Tues., June 9, as the Opry kicks off its CMA Music Fest Week with two star-packed shows. Seven-time Grammy®-winner Underwood returns for her first appearance on the Opry stage since her Opry at the Ryman performance in December.
The music is set to kick off earlier in the afternoon with a free Opry Plaza Party presented by Humana® featuring Columbia Records recording artist Tyler Farr, whose sophomore album SUFFER IN PEACE released last month is a Top 5 hit. Opening the Party will be Opry fan favorite and Curb Records recording artist Mo Pitney.
Additional Opry fun scheduled for later in the week already includes performances by Clare Bowen, Joe Diffie, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Mickey Gilley, Chris Janson, Charley Pride, and Mel Tillis. Tickets and information are available at 800-SEE-OPRY and opry.com.
Opry performances are held every Friday and Saturday of the year, with Tuesday Night Opry shows through December 15. To plan an Opry visit, call (800) SEE-OPRY or visit opry.com. The Opry presents the best in country music live every week from Nashville, Tenn. Celebrating nine decades of entertainment, the Opry can be heard at opry.com and wsmonline.com, Opry and WSM mobile apps, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, and its flagship home, 650 AM-WSM. The Grand Ole Opry is owned by Ryman Hospitality Properties (NYSE: RHP). For more information, visit opry.com.