From Chance McCoy

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Chance McCoy was living in a broke down cabin in the mountains of Virginia raising his son alone and struggling to make a few hundred dollars a week teaching fiddle at the local school when a cold call from Ketch Secor, frontman of Old Crow Medicine Show, landed him a spot in the acclaimed string band of 'Wagon Wheel' fame. Lending his talents as a virtuosic multi-instrumentalist, singer and song writer, his work on the bands next album 'Remedy' earned them a Grammy. Now, after honing his talents behind the scenes in Nashville learning to record and produce his own music, he's remerged as a solo artist bringing an exciting new blend of folk, indie rock and electronica to his sound.