David Allan Coe discography This is a detailed discography for American country music artist David Allan Coe. He started his career in 1970 on SSS International Records before signing with Columbia Records and staying with the label for 15 years. In the 1990s, he released albums through several independent labels such as his own DAC Records.
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David Allan Coe's 20 Greatest Hits highlights the gruff-voiced outlaw/singer's entries from the late '70s and early '80s. These original Columbia recordings include "You Never Even Called Me by My Name," "The Ride," "Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile," "Willie, Waylon and Me," and "If That Ain't Country."
26.05.2022 · Enigmatic outlaw-country artist David Allen Coe (born September 6th, 1939), has built notoriety through his wild reputation, offering a riveting brand of honky-tonk country blues with a hard-rocking attitude. Born in Akron, Ohio, US, Coe lived a troubled youth, spending much of his time in and out of various youth correctional facilities.
21.09.2021 · David Allan Coe celebrated his 82nd birthday on September 6th in the hospital after being admitted in August after testing positive for COVID-19, and registering low oxygen levels. He never had to be intubated, and instead was treated with supplemental oxygen and high doses of vitamins. He also had to be fed intravenously.
Epic self-mythologist David Allan Coe arrived in Nashville on November 3, 1968, one year and one day after his release from Marion Correctional Institute in Ohio. He signed with music publisher Audie Ashworth, who'd just signed J.J. Cale. After trying to land a contract for Coe without any success, Ashworth encouraged him to get a day job.
03.06.2021 · Country, country rock, outlaw country. Underground Album is the 21st studio album by American country musician David Allan Coe. It was released as a mail order album, not sold in stores, only through the back pages of the motorcycling magazine Easyriders and in the concession stand at his shows. Underground Album is Coe's follow-up to his 1978 ...