Nashville, Tenn (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Legendary musician and artist Charlie McCoy recently wrote "The Hatfields and McCoys," a song about the mountainous feud between the Hatfields and McCoys, and has teamed up with his long-time friend Vince Hatfield.
Charlie McCoy has been a fixture in the Nashville music scene for nearly a half century. He is best known for his brilliant playing on the harmonica but has played rock, rhythm and blues, and pop. He has played with Elvis, Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, George Jones, Conway Twitty, Ronnie Milsap, and many more. He continues to record with the great artists in Nashville, tours all over the world, and writes and records his own music. He has won Instrumentalist of the Year from the CMA and also from the Academy of Country Music; he is a Grammy winner and also in the Country Music Hall of Fame. He is truly a legend in his time.
Vince Hatfield has always loved the sound that only Charlie McCoy can deliver in his harmonica playing and felt it would be an honor to be able to do a duet with this legendary musician.
When the idea was approached it was a natural for Vince Hatfield and Charlie McCoy to sing about the Hatfields and McCoys. It is an upbeat song about the feud about the tragedies of these two families which lasted for years.