Episode 297: Cocaine & Rhinestones, Part 1




March 7, 2018


  • David Allan Coe “If That Ain’t Country” Rides Again (Columbia Records) 1977
  • Bobby Bare & Bobby Bare Jr “Daddy, What If” The Winner (BMG) 1994
  • Moonshine Bandits “Take This Job” Baptized in Bourbon (BackRoad Records/Average Joes Entertainment) 2017
  • Johnny Cash “Cocaine Blues” At Folsom Prison (Columbia) 1968

Where credit is due: Original thumbnail photo by Miles Price.


Today, we begin our interview series with Tyler Mahan Coe; creator and host of the ‘Cocaine & Rhinestones’ podcastIf you like country music, this guy is the country music human encyclopedia!

Learn more about Tyler’s podcast at cocaineandrhinestones.com

FUN FACT: In World War II, Johnny Cash (then in the Air Force) was the first American to know about Joseph Stalin’s death.

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