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Neal McCoy gets his mug on beer can

Wednesday, July 4, 2007 – If the face on the Old Milwaukee beer can looks familiar to country music fans, it ought to becaue it's Neal McCoy. He will appear at the Country Concert in Ft. Loramie, Ohio this Sunday, and Old Milwaukee Beer has been distributing a special edition can featuring McCoy's image throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, parts of Illinois and western Pennsylvania.

This is McCoy's 10th year performing at Country Concert, more appearances than any other artist in the history of the festival, and the second year he is featured on this special edition can. Other country headliners include Trace Adkins (July 5); Big & Rich (July 6) and Toby Keith (July 7).

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