Industry Ink: Scotty McCreery, Darius Rucker, Clint Black, Johnny & The Mongrels

Scotty McCreery Has Zoom Celebration For “In Between”

Pictured (L-R): Annie Brooks, Hope Garrison, Kevin Herring, Parker Fowler, Laura Hostelley, Raffaella Braun, Scotty McCreery, Julianna Vaughn, Diane Lockner, Norbert Nix

Scotty McCreery recently celebrated his third No. 1 “In Between” with his team during a Zoom call. “In Between” is the third single from McCreery’s 2018 album, Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. It follows his back-to-back No. 1s, the Platinum-certified hit “This Is It” and Double-Platinum “Five More Minutes.” Produced by Frank Rogers, McCreery co-wrote the song alongside Rogers, Jessi Alexander and Jonathan Singleton.

“Earning a No. 1 record on ‘In Between,’ which is a song that defines me, is amazing. I loved writing this song with Frank, Jessi and Jonathan and telling my story,” said McCreery. “Earning three No. 1 songs in a row is the perfect way to celebrate Seasons Change and how that album changed my life. I want to thank country radio for supporting my music, my fans for believing in me from day one, and both my management team Triple 8 Management and my record label Triple Tigers Records for always having my back and working side by side with me every day.”


Darius Rucker, Clint Black Celebrate Early Father’s Day On Opry

Cllnt Black and Darius Rucker perform at the Grand Ole Opry. Photo: Courtesy Grand Ole Opry

Opry members/dads Clint Black and Darius Rucker performed together for the 4,929th consecutive Saturday night (June 20) broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry over Father’s Day weekend.


Johnny & The Mongrels Sign With so much MOORE For Publicity

Johnny & The Mongrels (L-R): Jeff Bostic and Johnny Ryan. Credit: Jim Mimna

Blues-rockers Johnny & The Mongrels have retained so much MOORE media for publicity. Their debut album, Creole Skies, will be released on July 17. The New Orleans-influenced band has been described as “the perfect combination of a funk-filled heart and a deep bayou soul,” and its founders, currently based in Fort Collins, Colorado, are singer/songwriter Johnny Ryan and singer/bassist/songwriter Jeff Bostic.


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