Carl McVoy (Glasscock) (1931 - 1992)

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About Carl McVoy (Glasscock)

Carl McVoy (January 1931 – January 3, 1992) was an American pianist.

McVoy was cousin to the younger Jerry Lee Lewis. He had been to New York with his father, who had been a minister there. McVoy got hooked on boogie-woogie while in New York, which he subsequently brought back to Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Jerry Lee Lewis would visit his older cousin and get him to show him things on the piano.

Plucked from the construction industry by Ray Harris, McVoy recorded "You Are My Sunshine" at Sun Records, which was the single that launched Hi Records. McVoy recorded a number of other sides at Sun in 1957 and 1958, most which have remained unissued.

He subsequently went back to Hi as pianist with The Bill Black Combo, but quit in the mid 1960s and returned to the construction industry forming his own company Carmack Construction. He died at the age of 61 early in 1992.


Carl McVoy's Timeline

January, 1931
January 3, 1992
Age 61