Neal Mccoy Tickets
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Arlington Music Hall
Nov 12 2016
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Neal McCoy is about to hit your town for a spectacular live concert. A renowned country musician, he has produced twelve studio albums in his career and released over thirty hit singles on country radio. Having earned a lot of acclaim for bringing something new to the table, McCoy is all set to make you dance at his latest live concert. This is your chance to grab Neal McCoy tickets and make your way to the arena for a wonderful event. Don't miss out on the chance of seeing one of the most famous names in country music play his tunes right in front of you.
From the time he made his debut, Neal McCoy has had critics and fans raving about his talents. He made his mark right at the beginning of his career when he made it to the Billboard Hot Country charts. Only a couple of months later he scored a place on the Top 40 with the single, Where a Forever Begins. After that, McCoy produced two back-to-back number one songs, No Doubt About It and Wink, both of which garnered a lot of popularity. That was the start of a career that has seen McCoy produce several chart topping studio albums and singles over subsequent years.
Neal McCoy hit the music scene in 1988 with the singles, That's How Much I Love You and That's American. Produced by Avenue Records, both tracks were very well received and went on to capture prominent positions on various charts. In 1990, however, he signed a deal with Atlantic Records and even changed his name to McCoy as that was how his fans had started referring to him as back then.
He released his debut album, "At This Moment" and a single from it, If I Built You a Fire reached the Top 20 country charts in Canada. The album also included a cover of the single, This Time I've Hurt Her More by Billy Vera. After the release of At This Moment, McCoy began touring extensively and created quite a stir with his exciting live shows.
McCoy's second album, "Where Forever Begins" was released in 1992. It featured hit tracks like, There Ain't Nothin' I don't Like About You and Now I Pray for Rain. And that's not it. The album also marked his entry to the Top Country Album charts. McCoy released his third album, "Doubt About" in 1994 and it contained the number one single, Doubt About. The album also contained the hit track, Wink, which also scored a spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Doubt About was certified platinum by the RIAA and received gold certification from the CRIA. The album's single, The City Put the Country Back in Me also garnered a lot of fame and airtime.
McCoy released several albums till 2008, before coming out with his first compilation album, "The Very Best of Neal McCoy." It contained some of his biggest hits and also a new single, Rednecktified. The album was very well received by the audience too. In the same year McCoy released the song, For the Troops.
In 2011 he signed a deal with Blaster Music and released his twelfth album, "XII." It included the hit song, A-Ok which was produced with Blake Shelton and Miranda. In 2012 McCoy released the much awaited album, "Pride- A Tribute to Charley Pride" with Slate Records. It featured talented musicians like Darius Rucker, Raul Malo and Trace Adkins. The album received rave reviews and cemented McCoy's status as a country music superstar.
McCoy has recently been in the news for his "Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014" with Blake Shelton. Accompanied by famous artists such as The Band Perry and Dan + Shay, he is now all set to hit arenas all across the country. Book your Neal McCoy tickets and don't miss the chance of seeing your favorite country artist live on stage.