At his recent concerts, Scotty McCreery has been performing a string of classic country songs. The seven-minute medley covers songs that span several decades and multiple country legends.
The former American Idol winner has a rich baritone voice that gives off a classic country vibe. McCreery truly sings like he’s from another era. Of course, his voice pairs perfectly with every song he takes on in the medley.
The young singer sure looks to be having a blast paying tribute to these country icons! And the crowd is obviously enjoying it too.
McCreery starts out singing Roger Miller’s 1964 song, “King of the Road,” and follows it up with Merle Haggard’s classic hit, “Mama Tried.” McCreery gave a flawless performance of the Haggard song earlier this year at the Grand Ole Opry.
Next up, he sings a little snippet of “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash. McCreery has a voice that sounds like it was made to sing songs like this one.
When McCreery tackles Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee,” he encourages the audience to sing along. Finally, he gives a big finish to the medley with an upbeat performance of “Mountain Music,” an Alabama hit.