During his Forever Charlie Tour, R&B legend, Charlie Wilson invited country artist, Scotty McCreery on stage with him to sing Wilson’s hit song, “Charlie, Last Name, Wilson”. Of course, McCreery changed up the lyrics for his rendition, singing, “Scotty, last name, McCreery.” He has actually covered this song on numerous occasions at his own concerts, and being as Wilson is a long-time inspiration to McCreery, this was a dream come true for him.
“That was a night I’ll never forget. Charlie is an amazing performer and such a gentleman. I never expected to meet him, let alone be asked to join him on stage – that was a huge honor.”
“Charlie, Last Name, Wilson” was released in 2005 on Wilson’s third studio album of the same name. The song was actually written by R. Kelly. Certified Gold, the album peaked at #10 on the Billboard 200. Wilson is the former lead singer from the popular group, The Gap Band.
Scotty easily performed this R&B hit, showing just how versatile he actually is. The crowd went crazy for his performance, and how could they not with such talent! Charlie Wilson himself had a big smile plastered across his face, obviously enjoying every second of Scotty’s rendition.
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