Search

Artist

David Allan Coe

visual
Aliases
The David Allan Coe Band
Born
September 6, 1939
Country
United States
IPI
00053130717 6 works
00063870172 30 works
Affiliation
BMI
Comments
Outlaw country music singer and songwriter
Family
Deborah Coe Wife (1976-1978)
Shelli Coe Daughter
Buy

Meta

Added by koan
Managed by Bastien

Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
1986 Dean Dillon
June 1975 Roger Humphries [GB]
June 1974 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
1981 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
April 1984 The Eddie Adcock Band
June 1974 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
April 8, 1983 Confederate Railroad
1983 (2 artists)
1999 Red Jenkins with Miss Leslie
November 1975 (3 artists)
1979 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Fuckin in the Butt David Allan Coe 1982 Unverified
December 28, 1979 Wendel Adkins
April 8, 1983 Wendel Adkins
January 1977 (2 artists)
November 3, 1978 (6 artists)
1981 Jack Daniel's Band
June 1974 George Jones
April 1984 Rankarna & Mats Rådberg ‎
November 3, 1978 (2 artists)
Juanita David Allan Coe August 14, 1981 Unverified
1973 The Badnads
June 1975 Roger Humphries [GB]
November 1975 (2 artists)
April 8, 1983 Wendel Adkins
April 1984 (5 artists)
1987 (3 artists)
1982 (3 artists)
May 1970 Thore "Henki" Holm Hansen
June 1975 (2 artists)
1979 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
March 1976 The Flaming Stars [GB]
June 1974 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
November 1984 (3 artists)
1981 (2 artists)
1987 Alabama
March 1976 (2 artists)
June 1981 (41 artists)
April 8, 1983 (5 artists)
April 1984 Western Express
1982 Michael Roycroft & Jan Cooper
November 3, 1978 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
May 1970 (2 artists)
November 3, 1978 Freud Marx Engels & Jung
1982 Jack Daniel's Band
August 1976 (2 artists)
January 1977 Freud Marx Engels & Jung

Covers by David Allan Coe

Title Performer Release date Originally by
November 22, 1995 Red Sovine
June 1974 Mickey Newbury
1985 Sonny Throckmorton
August 1977 Red Hays
1998 Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two
  March 14, 1997 Luke the Drifter (Hank Williams) REL, "Little" Jimmy Dickens REC
August 13, 2002 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
January 1985 J.J. Cale
March 14, 1997 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
1986 Jerry Jeff Walker
1998 Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two
1979 Chinga Chavin
March 1976 Larry Murray
June 1974 Jerry Jeff Walker
August 14, 1981 Otis Redding
1998 Jimmie Skinner
November 22, 1995 Eddie Rabbitt
August 13, 2002 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
1998 Gordon Jenkins, Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two
April 1984 Jerry Butler and The Impressions
June 1, 2000 Jim Reeves [US]
  1994 The Leighton Brothers REC, Paul Biese Trio REL
June 1975 Bobby Helms
May 1980 Bill Anderson [US1]
1998 Johnny Cash and Tennessee Two
November 22, 1995 The Willis Brothers
August 1977 Johnny Cash The Tennessee Two
April 8, 1983 Bob Dylan
August 1977 John Greer and The Rhythm Rockers
1982 Johnny Darrell
March 14, 1997 Luke the Drifter (Hank Williams)
1983 John Prine
1983 Jerry Butler
1998 Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two
April 16, 2002 Vernon Dalhart
November 22, 1995 Claude Gray
1994 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
March 14, 1997 Luke the Drifter (Hank Williams)
1989 George Jones
June 6, 1980 (unknown)
1985 Bellamy Brothers
1989 Porter Wagoner
1998 Johnny Cash and Tennessee Two
1994 Nelstone's Hawaiians
1981 Jerry Jeff Walker
August 13, 2002 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
1994 Lefty Frizzell
March 14, 1997 Leon Payne
1994 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
March 14, 1997 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
1982 Johnny Darrell
November 22, 1995 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
January 1985 Curly Putman
January 1985 The Temptations [US1]
  March 14, 1997 Hank Williams REC, Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys REL
March 14, 1997 Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys
April 16, 2002 Bentley Ball, (unknown)
April 16, 2002 (unknown), (unknown)
1998 Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Three
September 24, 2002 Kid Rock
November 22, 1995 Willie Nelson
1994 Garth Brooks
August 1976 B.W. Stevenson
August 14, 1981 Johnny Ace - Johnny Otis Orchestra
April 16, 2002 (unknown), (unknown), Frederick H. Potter
November 22, 1995 Merle Haggard
1983 Paul Davis [US]
August 1977 Bobby Bare - Vocal Accompaniment by The Jordanaires
1998 Anita Carter
November 22, 1995 Alabama
1994 Dick Haymes
August 1977 The Box Tops
April 16, 2002 John Goss and the Cathedral Male Voice Quartet
June 1975 Tom Jans
August 13, 2002 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
November 22, 1995 Paul Davis [US2]
April 16, 2002 (unknown)
1985 Hoyt Axton
1985 Neil Young
1981 Tammy Wynette
1986 Jessi Colter
April 16, 2002 Arizona Wranglers, Ken Maynard
1998 Ray Stevens
April 16, 2002 Radio Mac (Harry McClintock)
March 14, 1997 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
1978 Johnny Paycheck
1982 Percy Sledge
August 1977 Jerry Jeff Walker
November 1978 Leona Williams
August 13, 2002 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
September 30, 1997 Stoney Edwards, (unknown)
June 1974 Carolina Tar Heels
August 1977 Nico [DE]
1987 Harvey and The Moonglows
November 22, 1995 Dick Curless
1994 Terry Fell and The Fellers
  1985 Liberace REL, Todd Duncan BRD
August 13, 2002 Jimmie Rodgers [US1]
1994 Merle Haggard and The Strangers
August 1977 Kris Kristofferson
August 1977 Johnny Darrell
November 22, 1995 Johnny Darrell
  1985 Roy Clark REL, George Jones REC
June 1975 Tanya Tucker
April 16, 2002 Ben Jarrell - Acc. by Da Costa Woltz‘s Southern Broadcasters
1983 Willie Nelson
June 1975 Steve Goodman
January 1985 Johnny Paycheck

Songs written by David Allan Coe

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Another Pretty Country Song David Allan Coe, Oris R. Clark David Allan Coe June 1975 Covered by Roger Humphries [GB]
A Sad Country Song David Allan Coe David Allan Coe January 18, 1974 Covered by Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Cocaine Carolina David Allan Coe Johnny Cash October 21, 1974 Covered by Jimmy Rabbitt and Renegade
Drink My Wife Away David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1999 Covered by Red Jenkins with Miss Leslie
Family Reunion David Allan Coe David Allan Coe October 1975 Covered by (3 artists)
Fuck Anita Bryant David Allan Coe The David Allan Coe Band 1979 Covered by Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Fuckin in the Butt David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1982 Unverified
Heads or Tails David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1979 Covered by Wendel Adkins
If This Is Just a Game David Allan Coe David Allan Coe November 3, 1978 Covered by (6 artists)
I Love Robbing Banks Guy Clark, David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1981 Covered by Jack Daniel's Band
I Still Sing the Old Songs David Allan Coe David Allan Coe June 1974 Covered by George Jones
It's Great to Be Single Again David Allan Coe David Allan Coe April 1984 Covered by Rankarna & Mats Rådberg ‎
Jack Daniels, If You Please David Allan Coe David Allan Coe November 3, 1978 Covered by (2 artists)
Keep Those Big Wheels Hummin’ David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1973 Covered by The Badnads
Loneliness in Ruby's Eyes David Allan Coe David Allan Coe June 1975 Covered by Roger Humphries [GB]
Longhaired Redneck David Allan Coe, Jimmy Rabbitt David Allan Coe November 1975 Covered by (2 artists)
Missin' the Kid David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1982 Covered by Wendel Adkins
Need a Little Time Off for Bad Behavior David Allan Coe, Bobby Keel, Larry Latimer David Allan Coe 1987 Covered by (3 artists)
Panheads Forever David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1982 Covered by (3 artists)
Penitentiary Blues David Allan Coe David Allan Coe May 1970 Covered by Thore "Henki" Holm Hansen
Pussy Whipped Again David Allan Coe The David Allan Coe Band 1979 Covered by Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Revenge David Allan Coe, Jimmy Sadd David Allan Coe March 1976 Covered by The Flaming Stars [GB]
River David Allan Coe, Marty Yonts David Allan Coe 1974 Covered by Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Single Father Kid Rock, David Allan Coe Kid Rock 2003 Unverified
Spotlight David Allan Coe David Allan Coe March 1976 Covered by (2 artists)
Take This Job and Shove It David Allan Coe Johnny Paycheck August 24, 1977 Covered by (17 artists)
Thief in My Bedroom David Allan Coe David Allan Coe April 1984 Covered by Western Express
Time After Time David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1982 Covered by Michael Roycroft & Jan Cooper
Tomorrow Is Another Day David Allan Coe David Allan Coe November 3, 1978 Covered by Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Voices David Allan Coe Bobby Angel & Barbara Ray 1983 Covered by Springbok
Whiskey and Women David Allan Coe David Allan Coe November 3, 1978 Covered by Freud Marx Engels & Jung
Whiskey Whiskey (Take My Mind) David Allan Coe David Allan Coe 1982 Covered by Jack Daniel's Band
Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone) David Allan Coe Tanya Tucker December 1973 Covered by (25 artists)
You'll Always Live Inside of Me Bobby Charles, David Allan Coe Bobby Charles March 2010 Covered by Dayna Kurtz

Adapted songs

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
20 Road Music Hits David Allan Coe November 22, 1995 TeeVee Records
A Matter of Life... and Death David Allan Coe 1987 Columbia [US]
Biketoberfest '01 David Allan Coe September 24, 2002 Coe Pop Records
Castles in the Sand David Allan Coe April 8, 1983 Columbia [US]
Compass Point David Allan Coe December 28, 1979 Columbia [US]
Country & Western David Allan Coe April 16, 2002 King [US]
Crazy Daddy David Allan Coe 1989 Columbia [US]
D.A.C. David Allan Coe 1982 Columbia [US]
Darlin', Darlin' David Allan Coe January 1985 Columbia [US]
David Allan Coe Rides Again David Allan Coe January 1977 Columbia [US]
David Allan Coe Sings Merle Haggard David Allan Coe August 13, 2002 King [US]
Family Album David Allan Coe 1978 Columbia [US]
Hello in There David Allan Coe 1983 Columbia [US]
Human Emotions - Happy Side - Su-I-Side David Allan Coe November 3, 1978 Columbia [US]
Invictus (Means) Unconquered David Allan Coe 1981 Columbia [US]
I've Got Something to Say David Allan Coe June 6, 1980 Columbia [US]
Johnny Cash Is a Friend of Mine David Allan Coe 1998 King [US]
Just Divorced David Allan Coe April 1984 Columbia [US]
Long Haired Country Boy David Allan Coe June 1, 2000 King [US]
Longhaired Redneck David Allan Coe March 1976 Columbia [US]
Nothing Sacred The David Allan Coe Band 1979 D A C Records
Once Upon a Rhyme David Allan Coe June 1975 Columbia [US]
Penitentiary Blues David Allan Coe May 1970 SSS International
Recommended for Airplay David Allan Coe 1999 Lucky Dog
Rough Rider David Allan Coe 1982 Columbia [US]
Son of the South David Allan Coe 1986 Columbia [US]
Tattoo David Allan Coe August 1977 Columbia [US]
Tennessee Whiskey David Allan Coe August 14, 1981 Columbia [US]
Texas Moon David Allan Coe August 1977 Plantation Records
The Ghost of Hank Williams David Allan Coe March 14, 1997 King [US]
The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy David Allan Coe June 1974 Columbia [US]
The Perfect Country and Western Song David Allan Coe 1994 King [US]
Truckin' Outlaw David Allan Coe 1994 King [US]
Unchained David Allan Coe 1985 Columbia [US]
Underground Album David Allan Coe 1982 D A C Records

Performances also appear on