David Allan Coe
|Genres:||Country & Bluegrass Pop / Rock Western Movies|
|Tags:||outlaw country country has balls rebel meets rebel jack daniels ex-con beer for my horses johnny paycheck john hartford ex-convict steve goodman cocaine carolina underdog badass biker|
|Decades:||1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s|
|Links:||Official Homepage VIAF Wikipedia YouTube|
6 September 1939, Akron, Ohio, USA. From the age of nine, Coe was in and out of reform schools, correction centres and prisons. According to his publicity handout, he spent time on Death Row after killing a fellow inmate who demanded oral sex. When Rolling Stone magazine questioned this, Coe responded with a song, Id Like To Kick The Shit Out Of You. Whatever the truth of the matter, Coe was paroled in 1967 and took his songs about prison life to Shelby Singleton who released two albums on his SSS label. Coe wrote Tanya Tuckers 1974 US country number 1, Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)?. He took to calling himself Davey Coe - the Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy, performing in a mask, and driving a hearse. He satirized the themes of country music with hilarious additions to Steve Goodmans You Never Even Called Me By My Name, but has often used the clichés himself. His defiant stance and love of...