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Neal McCoy to headline 2016 Railroad Festival

Neal McCoy will be in concert on the Main Stage on Saturday, Apr. 9, at 8 p.m. during the 2016 Louisiana Railroad Days Festival.

Here is McCoy’s official release:

RECORDING HIGHLIGHTS: Over 6 million records sold; 15 Career albums; 25 Charted singles; 3 Platinum albums - No Doubt About It, You Gotta Love That, Greatest Hits; 1 Gold album - Neal McCoy; Five # 1 singles - No Doubt About It, You Gotta Love That, They’re Playing Our Song, For a Change, Wink; Five Top 10 hits - Billy’s Got His Beer Goggles On, The Shake - Top 5, The City Put The Country Back In Me, Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, If I Was A Drinking Man

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Founded the East Texas Angel Network (ETAN) with wife, Melinda, to provide financial assistance to families with children suffering from serious illnesses (Raised over 7 million dollars since its inception; honored by the Masonic Grand Lodge in 2007 with the W. B. and Brandon Carrell Humanitarian Award, the highest honor given to a non-Mason;

Released Neal McCoy LIVE! On DVD in 2006; Owner and Founder of 903 Music, from 2005-2007; 2006 Country Radio Broadcasters Humanitarian of the Year; 2006 CRB Award; 2005 ACM/Home Depot Humanitarian Award Winner; 15 USO Tours Around the World since 2001; Two-time “Entertainer of the Year”;

CMT’s “Top 10 Video of the Year - The Shake”; “Video of the Year - Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye”; Robert J. Burton Award (BMI Country song most performed on Radio 1995) - Wink

Reggie Award Winner for Fleetwood Homes national advertising campaigns; Honored in 2006 at the 37th Annual Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, with the Country Radio Broadcasters’ Artist Humanitarian of the Year Award; Neal was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame on Aug. 15th, 2009; XII CD Produced by Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert & Brent Rowan; PRIDE CD Tribute to Charley Pride; 2014 Emcee/Host & performer on Blake Shelton’s 2014 -10 Times Crazier Tour; “You Don’t Know Me” is Neal’s Current CD with songs from the Great American Songbook.

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