Jason McCoy - Sins, Lies & AngelsMinesing, Ont. native Jason McCoy sounds like the genuine article with his brand of country music. Unlike some of his cowboy-hat-wearing contemporaries in Canada, McCoy puts a convincing spin on rugged honky-tonk numbers and bittersweet hurtin’ songs. McCoy’s latest, co-produced with Colin Linden (Bruce Cockburn, Blackie & the Rodeo Kings), features such first-rate originals as the playful “Please Please” and the smoldering “Still” as well as a fine cover of Billy Joe Shaver’s “Old Chunk of Coal.”


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