McCreery visits QVC
Monday, October 22, 2012
– Scotty McCreery will perform songs from his newly released album, "Christmas with Scotty McCreery," live on QVC Tuesday Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. Eastern.
McCreery will offer QVC viewers the opportunity to order his new album as part of a two CD set including his platinum-selling debut album "Clear as Day."
"Christmas with Scotty McCreery" blends classic holiday favorites such as Let it Snow and Jingle Bells with a distinct country vibe. The album also features two new singles, Christmas in Heaven and Christmas Comin' Round Again.
The two-CD set containing Christmas with Scotty McCreery and Clear as Day will be available starting October 23 through QVC.com, while supplies last.
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