Johnny Rebel (singer)

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Johnny Rebel
Birth name Clifford Joseph Trahan
Also known as Tommy Todd
Jericho Jones
Johnny "Pee Wee" Blaine
Johnny "Pee Wee" Trayhan
Johnny "Pee Wee" Trahan
Filthy McNasty
Born October 3, 1938 (1938-10-03) (age 75)
Moss Bluff, Louisiana, United States
Origin Crowley, Louisiana, U.S.
Genres Country, Rockabilly, Swamp pop
Occupations singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1958-present
Labels Reb Rebel, Zynn, Todd, Flyright, Viking, Ringo, WOW, X-Rated, Wildwood, Master-Trak, AggWood, Try It Man, Johnny Rebel
Associated acts Pee Wee Whitewing & The Country Boys
Johnny Blaine & Cross Country, Alex Bertrand, Al Foreman, Abe Manuel, Bobby McBride, Warren Storm, Alton Thibodeaux, Rufus Thibodeaux, Pee Wee Whitewing

Clifford Joseph Trahan (born October 3, 1938 in Moss Bluff, Louisiana) beter known as Johnny Rebel or Pee Wee Trahan is an American country music singer-songwriter who is known for writing and performing racist songs under the name, Johnny Rebel. His songs usually use the racial epithet nigger and sometimes he voices sympathy for Jim Crow-era segregation and the Ku Klux Klan. He went on hiatus for about three decades and then came back in 2001 after the September 11, 2001 attacks and issued his CD single "Infidel Anthem"[1].

Discography[change | edit source]

Studio albums[change | edit source]

Year Album
1971 For Segregationists Only
2003 The Complete Johnny Rebel Collection
2003 It's the Attitude, Stupid!

Singles[change | edit source]

Year Song
1966 Lookin' for a Handout/Kajun Klux Klan
1966 Nigger Hatin' Me/Who Likes a Nigger
1967 (Federal Aid Hell!) The Money Belongs to Us/Keep a Workin' Big Jim
1968 Nigger, Nigger/Move Them Niggers North

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