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David Allan Coe

w/ Eugene Tyler Band
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Doors: 12:00am / Show: 7:30pm
General Admission – Standing Room
• $32.50 Advance / $40 Day of Show
• Limited Seating Available First Come, First Served

VIP Side Wing Seating
• $72.50
• Includes Guaranteed Seating in Designated Section

• Full Dinner Menu Available
• All Ages|General Admission – Standing Room
• $32.50 Advance / $40 Day of Show
• Limited Seating Available First Come, First Served

VIP Side Wing Seating
• $72.50
• Includes Guaranteed Seating in Designated Section

• Full Dinner Menu Available
• All AgesCoe appears incapable of separating the good from the ridiculous and his albums are erratic. At his best, he is a sensitive, intelligent writer. Similarly, his stage performances with his Tennessee Hat Band differ wildly in length and quality: sometimes it is non-stop music, sometimes it features conjuring tricks. Coe’s main trick, however, is to remain successful, as country music fans grow exasperated with his over-the-top publicity. He may still be an outlaw but as Waylon Jennings remarks in ‘Living Legends’, that only means double-parking on Music Row.

Coe became one of the most desired songwriters in the Nashville scene, writing hit songs for artists such as Billie Joe Spears’ 1972 song “Souvenirs and California Mem’rys” and Tanya Tucker’s number one hit in 1973, “Would You Lay With Me (in a field of stone). Despite this success, he had not managed to forge a path with his own career as a solo artist, remaining an underground talent, unable to break into the mainstream charts. Although in 1975, his second record, “Once upon a Rhyme, “ featured the number ten hit of his cover of Steve Goodman’s and John Prine’s “You Never Even Called Me By My Name.”

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