Thursday, March 31, 2011

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Birth Name  Scott Cooke McCreery
Date Of Birth October 9, 1993
Trade Mark :
Talks out of the side of his mouth.Deep baritone twang country voice doesn't match his physical appearance

Biography : Scotty McCreery  American Idol.
Scotty McCreery (born October 9, 1993) is an American singer from Garner, North Carolina. McCreery is currently a Top 13 finalist on the tenth season of American Idol. McCreery was born in 1993 and grew up in Garner, North Carolina. He used to impersonate Elvis as a youngster, and started learning guitar at ten.He sang at his West Lake Middle School graduation, and also attended Garner Magnet High School.He was part of a vocal ensemble in his high school, Die Meistersingers, that perform across the United States.

He started out singing tenor but switched to bass when he voice turned lower in his sophomore year.He won a country radio station singing contest called "Clayton Idol",and was one of 36 finalists in a "Rip the Hallways" contest featuring teenage vocalists in North Carolina.He has performed at various local events.

Scotty McCreery is a Top 13 finalist on the tenth season of American Idol. Born in Garner, North Carolina, he auditioned in Milwaukee. A junior student at Garner Magnet High School, he began playing the guitar at fifth grade. He also plays baseball.

17-year old's deep voice actually comes:
He grew up impersonating Elvis."Kids thought I was weird," Scotty said in his introductory video, prior to performing his second Travis Tritt track of the competition, the 1993 hit "Can I Trust You With My Heart."
Hitting a high note to close the rendition, McCreery took the judges by surprise, as Jennifer Lopez exclaimed: "You pushed it up! That made me go, 'What?!'"

Scotty McCreery American Idol Songs : 
TOP 24: "Letters From Home" by John Michael Montgomery
TOP 13: "The River" by Garth Brooks
TOP 12: "Can I Trust You With My Heart" by Travis Tritt
TOP 11 (FIRST): "For Once In My Life" by Stevie Wonder
Scotty McCreery may sound like a natural born country singer, but we learned last night from where this

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