Scotty McCreery Kicks Off Cab In A Solo Tour With 3 Sold-Out Shows

Scotty McCreery‘s Cab In A Solo Tour is off to an impressive start. The singer-songwriter sold out the first two shows on his tour, in both Troy, Ohio and Shipshewana, Indiana, and reveals his third show, in Durham, North Carolina, is also sold out as well.

“The only thing better than launching my new Cab in a Solo Tour with two sold out shows…is to launch it with three sold out shows!”  McCreery said. “Just learned our next show, which is in Durham, is also sold out! The band, crew, and I have been looking forward to this tour since we announced it last fall. Glad to see the fans are excited about it as well!”

McCreery also spoke out about the beginning of the tour on social media, sharing a few photos from the opening weekend.

“Was fun kicking off the Cab in a Solo Tour this past weekend with two sold out shows in Troy, OH and Shipshewana, IN. Thanks to everyone who came out,” McCreery posted.  “The tour starts back this Thursday (2/1) with a third consecutive sold out show in Durham, NC, as well as shows in Atlanta, GA (2/2) and Chattanooga, TN (2/2) that both have low ticket warnings. Come out and see us! Get your tickets at”

Was fun kicking off the “Cab in a Solo Tour” this past weekend with two sold out shows in Troy, OH and Shipshewana, IN. …

Posted by Scotty McCreery on Monday, January 29, 2024


McCreery just released the video for “Cab In A Solo,” his current Top 20 single.

“This video showcases both the quieter parts of my life like having my son Avery with me in the studio with Frank, as well as the wilder parts of my life such as performing in front of the biggest live audience of my career,” McCreery said when the video was released.

“Cab In A Solo” is part of McCreery’s upcoming new album, which also includes  “Can’t Pass the Bar” and Slow Dance” from his next set of tunes.

“I really tried to go back to what I grew up with and what I love: traditional country music,” McCreery told Wine Spectator. “I’m 30 years old, but I feel like I could have really thrived in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. But I grew up in the ’90s, listening to Garth BrooksBrooks & DunnJoe Diffie. I love the classic sound, the guitar, the fiddle, where the storytelling is the center of the song and it’s tied up with a bow at the end. To me, the heart of country music is the storytelling.”

Anne Wilson is joining McCreery for all dates on his Cab In A Solo Tour, with Greylan James and Noah Hicks each joining McCreery for select dates. Find all of McCreery’s music and upcoming shows at