Scotty McCreery joins the fun at Cullman’s Rock the South music festival
CULLMAN – Scotty McCreery, American Idol Season Ten winner, is the third confirmed artist to join the roster to Cullman’s Rock the South music festival, joining country music giants Sara Evans and The Band Perry.
The two-day festival is slated to be held at Heritage Parke on June 21-22, will be hosted by Sara Evans, who will also be performing at the festival. Rock the South promoters announced that The Band Perry would be performing last week via a post on the festival’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/RocktheSouth) , a method they will continue using until all the artists are announced.
This year’s festival will see the addition of Barbeque Row, which will offer a selection of the area’s best barbeque. Shane Quick, Premier Productions Owner, said he is excited to bring a two-day complete music festival to Cullman.
“Last year was great but this year is going to be much better,” said Quick. “Keep up with the Rock the South Facebook page for artist announcements and concert info.”
Ticket prices have not yet been set but an announcement is expected soon.
CullmanSense will bring you more on the Rock the South lineup, including athlete appearances, as we receive details.
A Bit About McCreery
In May 2012 17-year-old Scotty McCreery claimed victory Season Ten of American Idol. The win made the McCreery the youngest male winner in the show’s nine-year history. A record-breaking 122.4 million votes were cast for Scotty and runner-up Lauren Alaina.
In a whirlwind, just a week later, McCreery’s debut single, “I Love You This Big,” earned the highest debut for a new artist’s first single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart since at least 1984. The song, which hit the Top 20 in seven weeks, is one of the fastest-rising debut singles for a new country artist in history.
Currently, McCreery is traveling the nation with his “Weekend Roadtrip” tour. Later this month McCreery along with fellow Rock the South performers The Band Perry will be announcing the American Country Music awards nominees on February 13.
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