Jericho Jones (3)

Jericho Jones (3)

Real Name:
Clifford Joseph Trahan
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Clifford Joseph Trahan (September 25, 1938 – September 3, 2016), best known as Johnny Rebel, Pee Wee Trahan, and Jericho Jones was an American white supremacist singer, songwriter, and musician. Trahan used the Johnny Rebel name for a series of recordings for J. D. "Jay" Miller's Reb Rebel label in the 1960s, which feature overtly racist lyrics. His songs frequently used the racial epithet nigger and they often voiced sympathy for Jim Crow-era segregation and the Ku Klux Klan.

Trahan rarely allowed himself to be photographed, although he claimed there were genuine images of him on the Internet. He said he had no idea where those photos originated. In 2015, however, he appeared in the Canadian documentary Acadie black et blanc (released in English as Acadie Black and White), in which he defended his recordings and his views on race.
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Jericho Jones (3) Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

Fl 1950 Jericho Jones (3) Can A Young Love (Turn To Old Love Overnight) / Black Magic(7", Single) London Records Fl 1950 UK & Europe 1959 Sell This Version
45-1038 Jericho Jones (3) Can A Young Love (Turn To Old Love Overnight) / Black Magic(7", Single) Todd 45-1038 US 1959 Sell This Version
45-1007 Jericho Jones (3) Save Your Lovin' For Sis / Blues Knocked On My Door(7") Todd 45-1007 US 1959 Sell This Version

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