Scotty McCreery Performs ‘Fall of Summer’ on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ [WATCH]

Scotty McCreery just shared a new performance on The Kelly Clarkson Show. The singer-songwriter sang “Fall of Summer” from his forthcoming Rise and Fall album, on the Grand Ole Opry stage.

McCreery’s televised performance comes only a few days after he performed “Cab In A Solo” live on American Idol, right after “Cab In A Solo” became his sixth No. 1 hit,


“I have loved this song from the moment Brent [Anderson], Frank [Rogers] and I started writing it,” McCreery said when “Cab In A Solo” landed at the top of the charts. “It may be all about heartbreak but it’s so fun to sing. I’m thrilled to see it reach No. 1. Thanks to the fans for supporting it and country radio for playing it!”

It’s been a busy few weeks for McCreery, who also just became the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, after he was inducted by Josh Turner.

“This is something I’ve dreamed of since I was a kid,” McCreery said of becoming the newest Grand Ole Opry member. “Since I was a kid, my mom was telling me about coming to the Opry in the ’70s, when she was younger. Whispering Bill was playing that night. She’ll never forget it. I’ve always hoped this day would come, so it’s very special.”

Prior to his induction, the North Carolina native opened up about becoming an official member of the Opry, something he has dreamed about since he was a child.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Grand Ole Opry / Chris Hollo


“It feels pretty fantastic, to be honest,” McCreery told Everything Nash. “It’s a dream come true. It’s an invitation — you never know if you’re going to get that call, so it just means the world. And how it went down, with Garth Brooks being the one to do the invitation, and Josh Turner being the guy to induct me. In my wildest dreams, I couldn’t have thought up anything better. I’m just so thankful.”

McCreery recently released “Lonely” from Rise and Fall. The 30-year-old said that is the final song he will release before Rise and Fall comes out on May 10.

“I just think for me, I’m at a place where I wasn’t going to make a record chasing trends, or chasing the top of the charts, or what sound is selling more tickets on the road,” McCreery told Everything Nash. “I just want to make an album that feels good to me, feels good to my soul, touches on influences that I had growing up. I really think we did that on this record. To me, it’s the most ‘me’ record, and the most proud I’ve been of a record yet.”

In addition to “Cab In A Solo,” he has also released “Red Letter Blueprint,” “Slow Dance,” and “Can’t Pass The Bar.” Pre-order Rise and Fall, and find all of McCreery’s music and upcoming shows at

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