David Allan Coe

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A life-long renegade, singer/songwriter David Allan Coe is one of the most colorful and unpredictable characters in country music history. One of the pioneering artists of the outlaw country movement of the '70s, he hasn't had many big hits — only three of his singles hit the Top Ten — but he has been among the biggest cult figures in country music throughout his career. Born in Akron, OH, Coe first got into trouble with the law at age nine. As a result, he was sent to reform school. Read more on Last.fm

David Allan Coe
Just Divorced
Album (2005)
David Allan Coe
Rough Rider
Album (2005)
David Allan Coe
Ghost of Hank Williams
Album (1997)
David Allan Coe
Living on the Edge
Album (1996)
David Allan Coe
Headed for the Country
Album (1995)
David Allan Coe
The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy / Once Upon a Time
Album (1993)
David Allan Coe
Granny's Off Her Rocker
Album (1993)
David Allan Coe
Castles in the Sand
Album (1983)
David Allan Coe
Underground Album
Album (1982)
David Allan Coe
D.A.C.
Album (1982)
David Allan Coe
David Allen Coe
Album (1981)
David Allan Coe / Willie Nelson
Sun Collector Classics
Album (1980)
David Allan Coe
Compass Point
Album (1979)
David Allan Coe
Human Emotions
Album (1978)
David Allan Coe
Family Album
Album (1978)
David Allan Coe
Nothing Sacred
Album (1978)
David Allan Coe
Buckstone County Prison
Album (1978)
David Allan Coe
Tattoo
Album (1977)
David Allan Coe
Rides Again
Album (1977)
David Allan Coe
Texas Moon
Album (1977)
David Allan Coe
Longhaired Redneck
Album (1976)
David Allan Coe
Once Upon a Rhyme
Album (1975)
David Allan Coe
The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy
Album (1974)
David Allan Coe
Requiem for a Harlequin
Album (1970)
David Allan Coe
Penitentiary Blues
Album (1969)