People tend to have their own taste in music. For this one pup, it is pretty obvious what kind of sound gets him howling…literally!
Before pressing play, Phil looks like a normal person enjoying a meal with his friends at the bar top, but once he opens his mouth he is anything but normal.
By now, it seems that almost everyone out there has offered up a cover of “Tennessee Whiskey.” In fact, Chris Stapleton‘s famous recording is a cover itself, though it is certainly responsible for renewing interest in the song. “Tennessee Whiskey” was first released in 1981 by outlaw artist David Allan Coe off of his album of the same name. […] More
The mastermind that John Prine called, “One of the best songwriters in Nashville…make that the United States,” has passed away. Richard Dobson died on Saturday (Dec. 17) in a hospital in Switzerland at the age of 75, according to Rolling Stone. Dobson had written for Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Carlene Carter, Guy Clark, David […] More
A Song Built For DAC When it comes to the “outlaw” label, David Allan Coe fits it completely. Known as one of the leading stars of the outlaw country movement, Coe made a name for himself with his rebellious attitude and equally rowdy songs. No song better captures the essence of what Coe is all […] More
With some of the biggest names in country music history like Waylon Jennings, Charley Pride, Merle Haggard, and David Allan Coe, this truly marvelous rendition of a country classic will blow you away – and have you begging for more! Taken from his 1994 album, Deep Thoughts from a Shallow Mind, Doug Supernaw recorded his […] More
First, Kid Rock made his way out on stage and joined Chesney in a duet of “Cowboy,” which Rock released as a single in 1999…