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WATCH: Scotty McCreery Unveils New Video For "Cab In A Solo"


Scotty McCreery posing for album artwork
Photo by Jeff Ray


Country singer-songwriter Scotty McCreery follows the release of boisterous new track “Can’t Pass the Bar” with the official music video for his current radio single, “Cab in a Solo.” The video made its broadcast premiere on CMT earlier this morning. Scotty will join for a special live chat during the video premiere. Tune in to the “Cab in a Solo” video premiere HERE.   


The new video, directed by McCreery’s frequent collaborator, Austin, TX-based filmmaker Jeff Ray, gives fans a glimpse behind the scenes showing the country superstar in the studio with son Avery, who makes his music video debut, and co-producer Frank Rogers while recording “Cab in a Solo.” It also showcases McCreery performing in front of 92,003 fans at the University of Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, NE last year following the Ladies Volleyball Team’s winning match against Omaha, which set a new women’s sporting event attendance world record.


“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. I am looking forward to hearing what the fans think after they watch it premiere on CMT and YouTube.”  - Scotty McCreery


Written by McCreery, Rogers and Brent Anderson and produced by Rogers, Derek Wells, and Aaron Eshuis, “Cab in a Solo” is his fastest moving single ever, garnering the most first-week adds at country radio (120) of his career and continuing to move quickly up the charts, currently in the Top 20 on both Mediabase (#17) and Billboard (#20). Stream “Cab in a Solo” HERE.



McCreery launches his 2024 headlining Cab in a Solo Tour this Friday with a sold out show at Hobart Arena in Troy, OH, where he will be joined by Anne Wilson as direct support as well as Greylan James and Noah Hicks on select dates. The tour will trek across the U.S. with stops in Atlanta, Boston, Chattanooga, Durham, Philadelphia, Syracuse and more.  



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