Scotty McCreery Performs ‘Slow Dance’ Live [WATCH]

Scotty McCreery is performing plenty of new songs on his Cab In A Solo Tour, including “Slow Dance.” The song is from his forthcoming, still-untitled new record.

McCreery shared a clip of his performance on social media.

McCreery previously said “Slow Dance” was his way of showing off his deep bass voice, one that helped propel him to win Season 10 of American Idol in 2011.

“So I’ve had a lot of folks ask over the years, they say, ‘Scotty, you’ve got this deep voice. Why haven’t you used it on one of your songs, or on one of your records?’ McCreery said at the time. “I thought about that, and wanted to write a song for you all that have asked that question. I like this song a lot. It’s called ‘Slow Dance.’ I hope you all do too.”

McCreery currently has a Top 15 hit with “Cab In A Solo,” the debut single from his next set of tunes. He has also released “Can’t Pass the Bar” and “Love Like This,” both from the forthcoming project.

“Becoming a father is the greatest thing that’s happened to me,” McCreery said, sharing the story behind “Love Like This.” “Raising Avery as he grows and watching my wife Gabi be a rock star as his Mom has been the joy of my life these last 15 months. I knew I wanted to write a song about Avery. I even photographed the room number on the hospital door so I could put that into the lyrics.”

It’s fitting that McCreery released “Love Like This,” since it’s his wife, Gabi, whom he wed in 2018, who is his biggest inspiration, and strongest supporter.

“Gabi has been a rock for me,” McCreery told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I wouldn’t be here without her. She’s been here for all the ups and downs and has always been my biggest cheerleader.”

McCreery’s Cab In A Solo Tour officially wraps up on March 16, but he has plenty of concert dates on the calendar throughout the remainder of 2024. He also has another important date on his calendar, on April 20, when he becomes the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry. McCreeery was invited by Garth Brooks to join in December, and will be inducted by Josh Turner.

“It has been my longtime goal to be worthy of Opry membership,” McCreery said when the date was announced. “I am overjoyed to join this prestigious family that is the heart of country music. To be invited by my hero Garth Brooks and to be inducted by another hero Josh Turner is beyond what I could have ever dreamed.”

McCreery only has a few more dates on his Cab In A Solo Tour. Find all of his music and upcoming shows at