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Scotty McCreery A Year Later [VIDEO]

With American Idol kicking off another season tonight, it takes us back to last year when a young artist named Scotty McCreery stepped up for his audition in front of the American Idol judges.  Scotty kicked out a Josh Turner song that just blew everybody away.  Not only did the Garner, South Carolina native kill the song, he make the song his own.  At 16 years old, Scotty was on his way to a American Idol win, and unlike so many “winners” before him, has been able to score some major radio airplay with at least two singles.  Take a trip back to Scotty’s original audition with American Idol.

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