American country artist who released four albums and had a #1 single called "I Don't Call Him Daddy" in 1993.
He was a member of his high school golf team and went to college on a golf scholarship, but dropped out before working briefly on an oil rig and playing in local bands.
He gained a lot of media attention after having numerous arrests and being admitted to a mental institution due to bizarre comments made in court.
He grew up with his mother who was a fan of country music and introduced him to the genre.
His #1 song "I Don't Call Him Daddy" was also a #86 single for Kenny Rogers in 1988.