Scotty McCreery's Seasons Change Tour comes to a close on Friday (Jan. 25), but fans have beautiful Garth Brooks cover — performed at a show on Saturday (Jan. 19) — to hold onto for a lifetime.

McCreery's country vocals shine on the 1989 hit song "If Tomorrow Never Comes," the live performance of which was caught on camera and uploaded to YouTube by a fan at the North Carolina concert. It's one of many Brooks covers that McCreery has performed over the years, including "The Dance" on the stage at the Grand Ole Opry.

Currently, McCreery is watching intently as his single "This Is It" inches its way up the charts. The "Five More Minutes" hitmaker firmly believes there are more singles to come from his current album, Seasons Change.

"We still have some songs on this record that I think are potential singles," McCreery says in a recent interview with People magazine. "I always like to be in the creative mindset, and writing is probably my favorite thing to do, so I'm really excited about getting back at it in January."

Besides getting back into the studio to begin work on a new album, McCreery seems busy enjoying he and wife Gabi's brand new dog, named Moose.

McCreery will round out his Seasons Change Tour on Jan. 25 in Boston and Jan. 26 in New York.

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