March 1, 2011

Scotty McCreery Takes Center Stage

Two weeks ago, The Hall posed the question...could Garner (North Carolina) High School pitcher Scotty McCreery end up being bigger than last year's number one overall pick Bryce Harper?

We'll soon know.

While Harper is taking his cuts at Spring Training for the Washington Nationals...McCreery is getting ready to take the "American Idol" stage.

And dude has been a favorite of the judges and online fans alike since he first appeared on the Milwaukee audition show.

This is how Rolling Stone referred to the 17-year-old hurler:

Good ol' Scotty McCreery (we all call him Scotty now, didn't you know?) is actively touted as the lone "country boy." He has a tendency to doggedly repeat a single song about locking doors and turning the lights down low. One of the few times he ventured out — with "I Hope You Dance," by Lee Ann Womack — he fumbled the words, which resulted in the phrase "nuts of wonder." It'll be interesting to see Scotty stretch his repertoire.

Early reports are that the baby-faced baritone is performing "Letters From Home" by John Michael Montgomery on tonight's show.

You can check out how he does for yourself on FOX.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am sorry but just cuz the guys got a low voice doesnt mean hes that good pias 100% better