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Fifty Cents and a Box Top: The Creative Life of Nashville Session Musician Charlie McCoy
by Charlie McCoy and Travis D. Stimeling
West Virginia University Press, 2017
eISBN: 978-1-943665-72-3 | Paper: 978-1-943665-71-6
Library of Congress Classification ML419.M355A3 2017
Dewey Decimal Classification 781.64092

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
From Ann-Margret to Bob Dylan and George Jones to Simon & Garfunkel, Nashville harmonica virtuoso and multi-instrumentalist Charlie McCoy has contributed to some of the most successful recordings of country, pop, and rock music of the last six decades. As the leader of the Hee Haw “Million-Dollar Band,” McCoy spent more than two decades appearing on the television screens of country music fans around the United States. And, as a solo artist, he has entertained audiences across North America, Europe, and Japan and has earned numerous honors as a result. Fifty Cents and a Box Top: The Creative Life of Nashville Session Musician Charlie McCoy offers rare firsthand insights into life in the recording studio, on the road, and on the small screen as Nashville became a leading center of popular music production in the 1960s and as a young McCoy established himself as one of the most sought after session musicians in the country. 
 
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