Multi-Platinum Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery will perform his latest single “You Time” on NBC’s “TODAY with Hoda & Jenna,” on Thursday, Dec. 10, during the 10 a.m. ET hour. Along with his performance, the hour will find McCreery delivering a special surprise for an unsuspecting fan that you won’t want to miss.
McCreery has been hard at work on the highly anticipated follow-up to RIAA Gold-Certified Seasons Change, with “You Time” as the lead single. Written by McCreery, Frank Rogers and Aaron Eshuis, and produced by Rogers, Eshuis and Derek Wells, the track has garnered more than 3 million streams since its release in September and is already climbing the charts with an additional 26 adds from Country radio today. “You Time” is currently being played on more than 90 chart-reporting Country radio stations to date. Billboard notes, “the first single from his forthcoming album bodes well for his streak of three back-to-back No. 1’s to continue,” while MusicRow proclaims of McCreery, “as always, he’s a country beacon,” and of the track “upbeat and romantic, this has a lot going for it.”
“You Time” follows McCreery’s three back-to-back No. 1’s from Seasons Change: the RIAA Double-Platinum Certified “Five More Minutes,” RIAA Platinum-Certified “This Is It” and RIAA Gold-Certified “In Between.”
This fall, McCreery was the first act to welcome the return of live concertgoers to the Ryman Auditorium, where he gave the debut performance of latest single “You Time” to both a national livestream pay-per-view audience as well as a sold-out limited in-venue audience of fans in the ‘LIVE AT THE RYMAN’ series. This was a full-circle moment as McCreery’s sold-out performance in March of this year marked the last show by a single artist act to take place prior to the Ryman’s temporary suspension of operations.
Since that mid-March show, the multi-Platinum-selling artist has given more than 100 livestream performances as part of what he calls his Somewhere in Quarantine Tour, reaching tens of thousands of online viewers with each individual event, including his intimate Sessions Live Acoustic Concert Livestream last week where he performed for fans around the globe from the Lincoln Theatre in his home city of Raleigh, North Carolina.
This week McCreery returns to the Grand Ole Opry stage. Tickets for the Saturday, Dec. 12, performance are available for purchase HERE. The Grand Ole Opry can also be seen via livestream on Circle television, Dish Network and Sling TV.