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Ironically, Life of the Party is one of the slowest albums Neal McCoy has ever recorded — not the bustling collection of honky tonk ravers and country-rockers the title promises. Instead, it's an accomplished collection of mid-tempo country-pop and tearjerker ballads, all of which McCoy can deliver quite convincingly. After all, by this stage in the game, McCoy is undoubtedly a professional. He knows all the right notes, all the strings to pull, even though ballads aren't necessarily his forté. As a result, Life of the Party is listenable, even though it only occasionally matches the heights of his previous work.


Born: 30 July 1958 in Jacksonville, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Neal McCoy's brand of neo-traditionalist honky tonk brought him a string of hits in the mid-'90s. McCoy was born Hubert Neal McGaughey, Jr. in Jacksonville, Texas, to a father of Irish descent and a Filipino mother. He grew up listening to all kinds of music -- country, swing, rock, disco, R&B -- and first sang in local gospel choirs. His voice developed into a rich baritone, and he first put it to professional use in an R&B band; soon, however, he returned to country music, playing bars and clubs...
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