Van McCoy

Real Name:Van Allen Clinton McCoy

For "McCoy" songwriting credits, do NOT confuse with Rose Marie McCoy
American solo artist, singer, songwriter, arranger and producer. Co-founder of the Vando label. Often thought of as a disco producer because of his work in the 1970s. Van Allen Cinton McCoy was born on January 16, 1940. He died of a heart attack at age 39 on July 6, 1979. He was in a doo wop group called The Starlighters with his brother Norman McCoy in the early days. They released the single "The Birdland". As a solo artist, he released numerous singles throughout the 1960s to the 1970s. He also wrote hits for and produced for many other artists. His last album was The Lonely Dancer. Often associated with publisher Blackwood Music

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Aliases:Andy Alston (2)
In Groups:Four Buddies, Jack & Jill (3), Machine (23), McCoy-Kipps Productions, The Fantastic Vantastics, The Pacettes, The Starlighters (6), The Van McCoy Strings, Van McCoy & Friends, Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony, Van McCoy And His Orchestra
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