John Cougar Mellencamp is an American singer who  was gigging in local bars and fronting a soul band by the time he was 14. His professional music career began in earnest in 1976 when MCA Records released his first album, The Chestnut Street Incident. This was followed by more albums until he broke out in 1979 with his first hit, “I Need A Lover”. In 1982 his fifth album American Fool was the year’s best-selling album on the strength of two huge hits, “Hurts So Good,” and the number 1 single “Jack & Diane,” The albums that followed in the 80’s, Uh-Huh, Scarecrow, Lonesome Jubilee, and Big Daddy, were released under the name John Cougar Mellencamp. Hit singles during this period included “Crumblin Down,” “The Authority Song,” “Small Town,” “Rain On The Scarecrow,” “Lonely Ol Night,” “”R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A.,” “Paper In Fire,” “Check It Out,” “Cherry Bomb,” “Pop Singer,” and “Jackie Brown.”

John Cougar Mellencamp Backing Tracks – Authority Song  …  Check It Out  …  Cherry Bomb  …  Crumblin’ Down  …  Hurts So Good  …  Lonely Ol’ Night  …  Paper In The Fire  …  Pink Houses  …  Rain On The Scarecrow  …  R.O.C.K. In The USA  …  Small Town  …  What You Say  …  


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