Elizabeth Cook and Chance McCoy performing “Stanley By God Terry” and “See Me Shine” live on Lightning 100


West Virginia native Chance McCoy was teaching fiddle lessons to make ends meet when he got the call from Old Crow Medicine Show asking him to join them on the road in support of the band’s 2012 record “Carry Me Back.” Five years and one Grammy Award later, McCoy is carving out his own musical spot, with “Electric Crow Residency” a live EP featuring songs that evoke a folksy, Appalachian roots rock. In March, McCoy dropped by the Lightning 100 studio to perform a song from his EP, “See Me Shine,” and was accompanied by Opry regular and country songsmith Elizabeth Cook, who performed her new song “Stanley By God Terry.” Listen to or watch both performances below.

Casey is that rarest of creatures…a Native Tennesseean. His love of music can be traced to the day his dad sat him down and played him Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love?” Everything pretty much changed after that. He began his broadcasting career at the age of 14 at an AM station in Northern Middle Tennessee. It was there he learned how to cue vinyl records, splice tape with razor blades, and other skills that no longer serve any purpose. In the late nineties, he was the host of our evening show until management decided that probably wasn’t a good idea anymore. Casey returned to Nashville airwaves in 2016. When he isn’t on the air, he spends his time with his wife and son. He would also appreciate it if you’d get offa his lawn.