The McCoy Well Song – Hatfield & McCoy Heritage Music

This post was written by jshepherd1102 | September 9, 2016

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Hatfield McCoy Well
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Local musician Jim Hunt recently wrote and recorded a song about the legendary Hatfield McCoy Feud. Titled “The McCoy Well”, this song tells the story of one of the feud’s darkest hours, when the Hatfields attacked the McCoy’s homeplace. Performed in an Eastern Kentucky bluegrass style, Jim Hunt narrates the events of this infamous attack with a storytelling style made popular by the genre. We invite everyone to give the song a listen, and feel free to contact Jim Hunt if you are interested in purchasing an audio CD, or for event/wedding reception bookings: (606) 353-7209 or (606) 213-2110.

 

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2 thoughts on “The McCoy Well Song – Hatfield & McCoy Heritage Music”

  1. would love to visit this site …my husband is from Pikesville ky and is ,,I believe a 5th generation of the fued ,,,we hav been back to the cemetarys and some of the famous sites ….. such a sad time back then…….

  2. My name is Richard McCoy, my fathers name was Joe McCoy grand father Dock McCoy who died in the 70’s in LaFollette Tn. Can some one tell me where we fit in the McCoy family?

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