Following a blockbuster year in 2023, including an invitation to join the Grand Ole Opry, Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery continues to amp things up in 2024 with back-to-back sold out shows during the opening weekend of his Cab in a Solo Tour at Hobart Arena in Troy, Ohio and Blue Gate Performing Arts Center in Shipshewana, Indiana. Anne Wilson served as direct support in Troy while Greylan James opened both nights.

“The only thing better than launching my new ‘Cab in a Solo Tour’ with two sold out shows…is to launch it with three sold out shows!” exclaimed McCreery. “Just learned our next show, which is in Durham, is also sold out!  The band, crew, and I have been looking forward to this tour since we announced it last fall. Glad to see the fans are excited about it as well!”

McCreery’s headlining Cab in a Solo Tour continues this Thursday as he returns to his home state with the tour’s THIRD consecutive sold out show in Durham, N.C. followed by dates in Atlanta, Ga. and Chattanooga, Tenn. that both have low ticket warnings. McCreery will be joined by Anne Wilson as direct support as well as Greylan James and Noah Hicks on select dates. The tour, produced by Live Nation, will continue to trek across the U.S. with stops in Boston, Philadelphia, Syracuse and more.

Ahead of the sold out weekend, McCreery released the official music video for his current radio single, “Cab in a Solo.” The video made its broadcast premiere on CMT, followed by an airing on the Paramount billboard in New York City’s Times Square before making its online debut on YouTube with McCreery joining for a special live chat with fans.

“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,” shared 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 and Billboard.

McCreery also recently released new song “Can’t Pass the Bar,” with MusicRow dubbing it a “TGIF romp,” while Taste of Country observes, “fiddle and guitar drive a country throwback that would have fit a Brooks & Dunn album 25 years ago,” and Country Now notes “McCreery turns up the honky-tonk vibes.”

Last year, McCreery was inducted to the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame, joining previously inducted artists like Eric Church, Charlie Daniels, Andy Griffith, Ronnie Milsap, Thelonious Monk, Nina Simone, James Taylor, Randy Travis and more. And in December, one of his country music heroes, Garth Brooks, invited him to join the Grand Ole Opry, an honor that McCreery has dreamed about since he was a kid.