country singer-songwriter who peaked in the late 1970s
personified outlaw country music with tattoos, ear rings, long hair and a connection to motorcycle gangs
Coe served time in an Ohio state prison
wrote the song Take This Job and Shove It, which became a #1 hit in 1978 as covered by Johnny Paycheck
wrote several racist, sexist and homophobic (the trifecta of anti-liberalism - yet funny) songs released as underground or X-rated albums
his underground album is difficult to find today and rare
among his underground songs is the classic "Fvck Anita Bryant"
David Allan Coe is one of the funniest racists in country music.
If you think Ice Cube is OK but hate the lyrics of David Allen Coe, you're a hypocrite.