Scotty McCreery Teases the Release of ‘Something New’ Coming Soon

More new music might be coming from Scotty McCreery, and soon. The 30-year-old dropped a big hint on social media, encouraging fans to sign up for his newsletter to be the first to know.

“I may or may not be releasing something new in the next few days,” McCreery teased. “Be the first to know by joining my email list.”

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Posted by Scotty McCreery on Thursday, January 18, 2024


McCreery has a Top 20 single with “Cab In A Solo,” from his next album. He also released  “Slow Dance,” and a brand-new one, “Can’t Pass A Bar,” the latter inspired by his love of ’90s country music.

“I grew up loving ’90s country music, specifically the barn-burning country music songs,” McCreery said when the song was released, citing John Michael Montgomery‘s “Sold” and Garth Brooks‘ “Ain’t Goin’ Down (‘Til the Sun Comes Up).” “So I wanted to write myself a barn-burning country music song for this next album.”

The future Grand Ole Opry member wrote “Cab In A Solo” with Frank Rogers and Brent Anderson. Adept at writing songs, and recently named one of the Top 100 songwriters by  MusicRow magazine, McCreery knew as soon as “Cab In A Solo” was finished that it was something special.

“‘Cab In A Solo’ was a fun one. It was actually the first time I had ever taken some buddies up to the mountains of North Carolina, one of my favorite places,” McCreery told iHeartCountry. “We all just hung out at the place. We were on the back porch, around the fireplace. Brent Anderson came in with this idea. He had a little bit of a work tape going on it. I just love how country that is. Love the storytelling, the heartbreak, the turn on the words. I just fell in love instantly, and we sat down with a bunch of guitars and wrote that in no time.”

McCreery hasn’t shared a title or release date for his next set of tunes, but we do know that he is very eager to share his new music with the rest of the world.

“Maybe more so than any other record, I’m just excited for folks to hear what we’ve been up to,” McCreery said. “I hope the people enjoy it.”

McCreery will embark on his Cab In A Solo Tour on January 26 in Troy, Ohio. Find all of his music and upcoming shows at Sign up for his newsletter here.