Birth Name

  Hubert Neal McGaughey, Jr.

  Also Known As

  Neal McCoy Neal McGoy

  Born

  July 30, 1958.  Jacksonville, Texas, USA

  Genre

  Country

  Occupation

  Singer

  Instruments

  Vocals

  Years Active

  1988 - present

  Labels

  16th Avenue, Atlantic, Giant, Warner Bros. 903 Music

 Associated Acts   Darryl Worley

  Website

  www.nealmccoy.com

 

 

  1.  Billy's Got His Beer Goggles On Lyrics
  2.  For A Change Lyrics
  3.  Got Mud Lyrics
  4.  Hey Mr. DJ Lyrics
  5.  Hillbilly Rap Lyrics
  6.  If I Was A Drinking Man Lyrics
  7.  No Doubt About It Lyrics
     8.  Rednecktified Lyrics
  9.  Tail on the Tailgate Lyrics
   10. That Woman Of Mine Lyrics
   11. The City Put the Country Back Lyrics
   12. The Last Of A Dying Breed Lyrics
   13. The Shake Lyrics
   14. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye Lyrics
   15. They're Playing Our Song Lyrics
   16. Watermelon Crawl Lyrics
   17. Wink Lyrics
   18. You're My Jamaica (Duet With Charley Pride) Lyrics
   19. You've Gotta Love That Lyrics


 

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Neal McCoy (born Hubert Neal McGaughey, Jr., July 30, 1958 in Jacksonville, Texas) is an American country singer of mixed Irish and Filipino descent.

In 1991, he had signed to Atlantic Records, with his debut album At This Moment being released that year. Both it and the follow-up, Where Forever Begins, produced minor chart entries; it was not until 1993 that McCoy broke through with the back-to-back Number One singles "No Doubt About It" and "Wink". Although McCoy never topped the charts again after "Wink", McCoy charted more than twenty-five singles over the next decade, in addition to recording several more studio albums.

Influenced by Charley Pride, Frank Sinatra & Michael Jackson. McCoy got his start as an opening act for Charley Pride, soon earning his own slot on the show. "Charley was so good onstage, making people feel relaxed, " McCoy recalls. "And offstage, he was still the same guy, very approachable. I tried to learn that from him."

Neal and his wife, Melinda founded the East Texas Angel Network (ETAN) in 1995. Their foundation provides financial assistance to families of children with serious illnesses. So far, the organization has raised 3.5 million dollars for the children of East Texas.

McCoy was Entertainer of the Year, 1998 & 1999 TNN/Music City News Country Awards. Video of the Year "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," 1997 TNN/Music City News County Awards, ACM/Home Depot Humanitarian Award 2005, 3 platinum albums, and 1 gold album.


*Reference Wikipedia & Neal McCoy Website
 

 

 

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