Charlie McCoy's Credits

Grammy Award 1972
CMA Awards 1972-’73
Academy Of Country Music 1977, ’78, ’79, ’80, ’81, ’83, ‘88
Reunion Of Professional Entertainers 1994
German American Country Music Hall Of Fame Inductee 1998
Golden Voice Award 1999
North American Country Music Asso. Intl. Hall Of Fame Inductee 2000
Old Time Country Music Hall Of Fame Inductee 2007
International Musicians’ Hall Of fame Inductee 2007
West Virginia Music Hall Of Fame Inductee 2008
Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee 2009
“The Real McCoy” album
“Instrumentalist Of The Year”
“Instrumentalist Of The Year, Specialty Instrument”
“Instrumentalist Of The Year”
Golden Voice Award 1999 “Instrumentalist Of The Year”
Instrumentalist of the Year
Elvis Presley: 7 movie soundtracks. Single records; “Big Boss Man”, “High Heel Sneakers"
Bob Dylan: “Obviously Five Believers”
Simon and Garfunkle: “The Boxer”
Perry Como: “Dream On Little Dreamer”, “Seattle”
Paul Simon: “Papa Hobo”
Ann Margaret: “I Just Don’t Understand”
Roy Orbison: “Candy Man”, “Blue Bayou”
George Jones: “He Stopped Loving Her Today”
Tom T. Hall: “Old Dogs, Children And Watermelon Wine”
Loretta Lynn: “When The Tingle Becomes A Chill”
Dolly Parton: “My Tennessee Mountain Home”, “Joshua”
Conway Twitty: “Play, Guitar Play”
Johnny Cash: “Orange Blossom Special”, “It Ain’t Me Babe”
Vince Gill: “Christmas Won’t Be The Same This Year”
Barbara Mandrell: “I Was Country, When Country Wasn’t Cool”
Johnny Paycheck: “Take This Job And Shove It”, “Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets”
Ronnie Milsap: “I Wouldn’t Have Missed It For The World”
Tanya Tucker: “Delta Dawn”, “Blood Red And Going Down”, “What’s Your Mama’s Name”
Bobby Bare: “Five Hundred Miles”
Nancy Sinatra: “Jackson”
Ringo Starr: album “Beaucoup Of Blues”
Patti Page: “Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte”
Gordon Lightfoot: “Canadian Railroad Trilogy”
Manhatten Transfer: “Love For Sale”
Peter, Paul and Mary: “Album Seventeen”
Steve Miller Band: “Going Back To The Country”
Flatt And Scgruggs: “Times They Are Changing”, Instrumental with Doc Watson
Steve Wariner: “Tennessee Christmas”
Osborn Brothers: “Midnight Flyer”
Anne Murray: “I’m In Love With You”
Jerry Lee Lewis: “What Made Milwaukee Famous”
Waylon Jennings: “Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line”, “Brown Eyed Handsome Man”
Blake Shelton: “The Baby”
Josh Turner: “Jacksonville”
Wilma Burgess: “Baby”
Marie Osmond: “Paper Roses”
Jim Ed Brown: “Southern Lovin’”
Chet Atkins: “Chet Atkins Picks On The Beatles”, “Superpickers”
Ray Stevens: “The Streak”
Bellamy Brothers: “Old Hippie”
Willie Nelson: “Songs Of Cindy Walker”
Willie Nelson, Ray Price and Merle Haggard: “Last Of A Breed”
Wynonna: “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”
Sammy Kershaw: “Tattoo”
Rodney Crowell: “Candy Man”
Leon Russell: “Hank Wilson’s Back”
Sonny James: “Bright Lights, Big City”
B.J. Thomas: "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"

Bob Dylan: “John Wesley Harding”, “Nashville Skyline”, “Self Portrait”
Charlie Rich: “Mohair Sam”
Bobby Goldsboro: “It’s Too Late”
Jeannie Seely: “Don’t Touch Me”
Peggy Scott and Jo Jo Benson: “Soul Shake”
Leonard Cohen: “Songs From A Room”

Bob Dylan: “Desolation Row”, “Blond On Blond”
Bobby Bare: “Detroit City”
Joe Simon: “The Choking Kind”

MALLET PERCUSSION SESSIONS (vibes, marimba, bells)
Bobby Vinton: “Blue Velvet”
Lynn Anderson: “Rose Garden”, “Cry”
Ronnie Milsap: “Almost Like A Song”, “Let’s Take The Long Way Around The World”, “Smokey Mountain Rain”, “Any Day Now”

Freddy Hart: “Easy Lovin’”
Elvis Presley: “The Next Step Is Love”
Bobby G. Rice: “You Lay So Easy On My Mind”
Johnny Carver: “Tie A Yellow Ribbon”

Bob Dylan: “Rainy Day Women Number 12 and 33” (“Everybody Must Get Stoned”)

Roy Orbison: “Pretty Woman”
Joe Henderson: “Snap Your Fingers”

Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan: “Washing Harry Down The Sink”
Roy Clark: “The Lawrence Welk Counter Revolutionary Polka”

OTHER ARTISTS (various instruments)
Statler Brothers, Pam Tillis, Joan Baez, Buffy St. Marie, Brook Benton, Carl Perkins, Johnny Tillotson, Fats Domino, Peaches And Herb, Paul and Paula, Eddie Hodges, Vicki Carr, Billy Daniels, Tony Martin, Robert Mitchum, The Oak Ridge Boys, Connie Smith, Tammy Wynette, Roy Drusky, Jimmy C. Newman, Skeeter Davis, Kitty Wells, Roy Acuff, Jeannie Pruitt, Johnny Rodriguez, Floyd Cramer, Boots Randolph, Charley Pride, Dave and Sugar, The Jordanaires, Eddy Arnold, Kenny Price, Dave Dudley, Bill Anderson, Gene Watson, Jody Miller, Barbie Benton, Ronnie Dove, Pasty Cline, Brenda Lee, Jim Reeves, The Lewis Family, Chris Ledoux, Ween, The Happy Goodman Family, The Dixie Echos.

FOREIGN ARTISTS (various instruments)
FRANCE Eddy Mitchell, Johnny Hallyday
ENGLAND Cliff Richard
DENMARK Jodle Birge, Wenche, Tamra Rosanes, Anni Filt, Ole Berthelsen, Sös
Fenger, Henning Steark, Susanne Lana, Lissa Ladefoged, Dorte Johansen
GERMANY Tom Astor, Linda Feller, Anthony Ventura, Truckstop,
IRELAND Johnny Logan, Trudy Lawlor
JAPAN Kenji Nagatomi, Mari Nagatomi, Heroshi Asada

Note: These are just a few.

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