This site has been temporarily disabled.
ATBS is not a ticket broker and does not sell tickets. ATBS cannot assist with ticket-related questions.
If you want to purchase tickets or have already purchased tickets, please contact OnlineTickets directly 713-629-4747.
Fans with David Allan Coe tickets expect a great and brazen show, and are never disappointed. Always loud & proud, David Allan Coe has personified the term “Outlaw”. Going against both the constant pressure of Music Row & weathering the powers of political correctness, David Allan Coe has stood tall over all detractors.
With hits like “You Never Call Me by My Name”, “Take This Job and Shove It” & “Longhaired Redneck” to his credit, along with over 20 studio albums in his discography, David Allan Coe is a musical phenomenon. Order David Allan Coe tickets from OnlineTickets.com!
|David Allan Coe||The Machine Shop
|Sat, Feb 24
|David Allan Coe||Lafayette Theater
|Sat, Mar 31
|David Allan Coe||Lincoln Theatre - NC
|Sat, Apr 7
|David Allan Coe||Palace Theater - CT
Stafford Springs, CT
|Tue, May 15
|David Allan Coe||B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
New York, NY
|Wed, May 16
|David Allan Coe||Jergel's Rhythm Grille
|Sat, May 19
Joining Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and George Jones in forming the Outlaw Country scene, David Allan Coe has always bucked trends. David Allan Coe has long prided himself on being anti-Pop Country and politically incorrect. With proud followers like Hank Williams III carrying the flag, the style and attitude of David Allan Coe is burning hotter than ever and shows no signs of stopping after four decades in music.
After a few Blues-flavored albums, David Allan Coe released The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy in 1974. Single “Will You Lay With Me? (In a Field of Stones)” kicked off 1975 album Once Upon a Rhyme and was a critical success. Songs such as “Willie, Waylon, and Me” and “Longhaired Redneck” were also classic David Allan Coe numbers. David Allan Coe changed musical direction with hit album Tattoo, shifting to lyrics more about urban cowboys. Deep lyrics in songs like “Just in Time to Watch Love Die” and “Face to Face” showed David Allan Coe’s soft side.
Human Emotions was another deep and powerful album released by David Allan Coe, while. Invictus (Means) Unconquered was possibly the best album of David Allan Coe’s career. Released in 1987, A Matter of Life and Death was another critically acclaimed album. David Allan Coe also shocked listeners with controversial album 18 X-Rated Hits. David Allan Coe also released critically acclaimed and fan-favorite Live at Billy Bob’s Texas in 2003, showing his strength as a live performer and songwriter.
David Allan Coe introduced himself to a new generation of fans by teaming with Pantera to make Rebel Meets Rebel. David Allan Coe gained more fame with younger listeners by guest starring on the show Squidbillies, where he sang “The Okaleechee Dam Jam”. David Allan Coe continues to shock and entertain audiences all over the nation with his classic live act. Order your David Allan Coe tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!