Country Recording Artist Neal McCoy releases Greatest Hits Album

LONGVIEW, TEXAS –  For more than three decades, Country Recording Artist Neal McCoy has remained one of the most iconic names in American music. With one foot planted in the traditions of country-music and the other deep in his Patriotism with his Live Pledge of Allegiance daily on Facebook™.  Neal continues to tour and release music, influencing multiple generations of audiences and Artists along the way. Today, McCoy will release a 12-track Album titled “Neal McCoy’s Favorite Hits” (Neal McCoy Enterprises). The collection includes 10 of Neal’s biggest hits on country radio (“Wink,” “The Shake,” “Billy’s Got His Beer Goggles On,” and more), along with two never released tracks (“I Like It Loud” and “I Miss You Already”).

“I’m so excited to be releasing my Favorite Hits Album. Folks have been asking me for some time and it is finally here! On this Album, I’ve recorded some of my favorite hits along with two new songs. These favorites are pretty darn close to the originals, but done more in tune with the way we perform them today.” Says McCoy.

Neal McCoy’s Favorite Hits is available at, Itunes, Spotify Google Play, Amazon. This collection represents some of our proudest musical moments over the past three decades… Hope you’ve enjoyed the journey nearly as much as I have… And to my fans… Thanks for making it all possible!!

Track Listing:

  1. No Doubt About It
  2. Wink
  3. The City Put The Country Back In Me
  4. They’re Playing Our Song
  5. If I Was A Drinkin’ Man
  6. You Gotta Love That
  7. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
  8. The Shake
  9. Billy’s Got His Beer Googles On
  10. Rednecktified
  11. I Like It Loud
  12. I Miss You Already
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