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I would lie there, listening to Roxy Music, right next to the record player so I wouldn't have to get up to flip the record over. There would be four or five days like that when I would be completely gone." Upon graduating from Vincennes University in 1974, Mellencamp played in several local bands including the glitter-band Trash, which was named for a New York Dolls song, and he later got a job in Seymour installing telephones.
At this time, Mellencamp, who had given up drugs and alcohol before graduating from college, decided to pursue a career in music and traveled to New York City in an attempt to land a record contract.
Mellencamp became a father in December 1970, only six months after he graduated from high school.
His daughter, Michelle, later became a mother at age 18, making Mellencamp a grandfather at 37.
After about 18 months of traveling between Indiana and New York City in 19, Mellencamp finally found someone receptive to his music and image in Tony De Fries of Main Man Management.
De Fries insisted that Mellencamp's first album, Chestnut Street Incident, a collection of covers and a handful of original songs, be released under the stage name Johnny Cougar, insisting that the bumpy German name "Mellencamp" was too hard to market.
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The advertisement features a cocktail-toting blonde, dressed in what’s either a JWoww castoff or Jem and the Holograms costume, and the tagline: “Cougar Life.com…For Mother F***ers.” According to the site, a cougar is a woman 35 years or older who’s seeking or involved with a “cub” at least five years younger.
He is known for his catchy, populist brand of heartland rock, which emphasizes traditional instrumentation. His latest album of original songs, Sad Clowns & Hillbillies, was released on April 28, 2017 to widespread critical acclaim.
Mellencamp rose to fame in the 1980s while "honing an almost startlingly plainspoken writing style” that, starting in 1982, yielded a string of Top 10 singles, including "Hurts So Good," "Jack & Diane," "Crumblin' Down," "Pink Houses," "Lonely Ol' Night," "Small Town," "R. Mellencamp is also one of the founding members of Farm Aid, an organization that began in 1985 with a concert in Champaign, Illinois, to raise awareness about the loss of family farms and to raise funds to keep farm families on their land.