11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the five years since McCreery’s last album, the American Idol champ moved out on his own, traveled the country, lost his grandfather, and proposed to his high-school sweetheart. Those stories and others are recounted here in Seasons Change, a twangy soundtrack to big life changes. It’s written so that listeners can retrace his steps: feel the bliss of starting a new chapter (“Move It On Out”), cherish the gift of finding your soul mate (“Still”), and remember the folks you grew up with (“Boys from Back Home”). With his booming baritone and extraordinary sense for catchy hooks that echo late '90s country, it’s quite possible McCreery was born to do this.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the five years since McCreery’s last album, the American Idol champ moved out on his own, traveled the country, lost his grandfather, and proposed to his high-school sweetheart. Those stories and others are recounted here in Seasons Change, a twangy soundtrack to big life changes. It’s written so that listeners can retrace his steps: feel the bliss of starting a new chapter (“Move It On Out”), cherish the gift of finding your soul mate (“Still”), and remember the folks you grew up with (“Boys from Back Home”). With his booming baritone and extraordinary sense for catchy hooks that echo late '90s country, it’s quite possible McCreery was born to do this.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
324 Ratings

324 Ratings

Tyler Hubbard ,

Amazing!!!

He’s staying with his roots and not changing like he did with ‘southern belle’. ‘5 more minutes’ and ‘Wherever you are’ are the best of what I’ve heard so far from Scotty, can’t wait for the rest of the album.

ashoff ,

Been waitin’ for this!

Need to get this album! Reminds me of of king George Strait with his storytelling!

Jdtin ,

2000’s country style

Nice to see Scotty mature. This is soulful, country reminiscent of the early 2000’s. I like the throwback as it’s the style I grew up with. Solid album and perfectly paired with a springtime drive with the windows down. If you like the 2000’s country, give it a spin

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