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McCoy plans new single for October

Monday, August 29, 2011 – After 11 albums and more then 25-charted singles, Neal McCoy is back in the studio making music. McCoy will release his new album, 'XII,' in January 2012.

The new collection of 12 songs, which is being produced by Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and Brent Rowan, marks McCoy's 12th studio album, and his first with new label home, Blaster Records, of Cleveland.

"Having Miranda and Blake involved in this project is 'Huge' for me. Not only do they have great vision, but they know when to have fun and when to get serious along with being Fantastic musicians," said McCoy.

McCoy's first single A-OK, which was penned by Barry Dean, Luke Laird and Brett Eldredge, will be released in October.


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