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Toward the end, I didn't even go to the studio. Me and the guys in the band thought we were finished, anyway.

It was the most expensive record I ever made. The worst thing was that I could have gone on making records like that for hundreds of years.

Hell, as long as you sell a few records and the record company isn't putting a lot of money into promotion, you're making money for 'em and that's all they care about.

PolyGram loved Nothin' Matters. They thought I was going to turn into the next Neil Diamond. In , Mellencamp released his breakthrough album, American Fool , which contained the singles " Hurts So Good ", an uptempo rock tune that spent four weeks at No.

The record company thought it would bomb, but I think the reason it took off was — not that the songs were better than my others — but people liked the sound of it, the 'bam-bam-bam' drums.

It was a different sound. With some commercial success under his belt, Mellencamp had enough clout to force the record company to add his real surname, Mellencamp, to his stage moniker.

In , Rolling Stone magazine called this version of Mellencamp's band "one of the most powerful and versatile live bands ever assembled.

Since college, Mellencamp, with the exception of his continuing addiction to nicotine, has lived a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.

In , when asked about his views on drugs, he told Bill Holdship of Creem magazine, "If you want to stick needles in your arms, go ahead and fucking do it.

You're the one that's going to pay the consequences. I don't think it's a good idea, and I sure don't advocate it, but I'm not going to judge people.

Hell, if that was the case, you wouldn't like anyone in the music business because everyone's blowing cocaine. In , Mellencamp released Scarecrow , which peaked at No.

A Salute to '60s Rock " No. According to the February edition of Creem Magazine , Mellencamp wanted to incorporate the sound of classic '60s rock into Scarecrow , and he gave his band close to a hundred old singles to learn "almost mathematically verbatim" prior to recording the album.

Take an old Rascals song for example — there's everything from marching band beats to soul music to country sounds in one song.

Learning those opened the band's vision to try new things on my songs. It wasn't let's go back and try to make this part fit into my song, but I wanted to capture the same feeling — the way those songs used to make you feel.

After a while, we didn't even have to talk about it anymore. If you listen to the lead Larry [Crane] plays on 'Face of the Nation,' he never would have played that 'cause he didn't really know who the Animals were.

He's young, and he grew up listening to Grand Funk Railroad. You hear it, and it's like 'where did that come from?

Scarecrow was the first album Mellencamp recorded at his own recording studio, jokingly dubbed "Belmont Mall", located in Belmont, Indiana and built in Mellencamp sees Scarecrow as the start of the alternative country genre: "I think I invented that whole 'No Depression' thing with the Scarecrow album, though I don't get the credit," he told Classic Rock magazine in October Part of the No Depression mythology requires either a tragic early death or decades of unacknowledged masterpieces created during a life of grueling poverty.

Prior to the —86 Scarecrow Tour, during which he covered some of the same s rock and soul songs he and his band rehearsed prior to the recording of Scarecrow , Mellencamp added fiddle player Lisa Germano to his band.

Germano would remain in Mellencamp's band until , when she left to pursue a solo career. We had a very distinct vision of what should be happening here.

At one point, The Lonesome Jubilee was supposed to be a double album, but at least 10 of the songs I'd written just didn't stick together with the idea and the sound we had in mind.

So I just put those songs on a shelf, and cut it back down to a single record. Now, in the past, it was always 'Let's make it up as we go along' — and we did make some of The Lonesome Jubilee up as we went along.

But we had a very clear idea of what we wanted it to sound like, even before it was written, right through to the day it was mastered.

As Frank DiGiacomo of Vanity Fair wrote in , " The Lonesome Jubilee was the album in which Mellencamp defined his now signature sound: a rousing, crystalline mix of acoustic and electric guitars, Appalachian fiddle, and gospel-style backing vocals, anchored by a crisp, bare-knuckle drumbeat and completed by his own velveteen rasp.

During the —88 Lonesome Jubilee Tour, Mellencamp was joined onstage by surprise guest Bruce Springsteen at the end of his May 26, gig in Irvine, California, for a duet of Bob Dylan 's " Like a Rolling Stone ", which Mellencamp performed as the penultimate song during each show on that tour.

The album, which Mellencamp called at the time the most "earthy" record he'd ever made, is also the last to feature the "Cougar" moniker.

In , Mellencamp said: "'Big Daddy' was the best record I ever made. Out of my agony came a couple of really beautiful songs. You can't be 22 years old and had two dates and understand that album.

Mellencamp was heavily involved in painting at this time in his life and decided not to tour behind Big Daddy , stating: "What's the point?

This other step that people keep wanting me to take to become another level of recording artist — to be Madonna?

To sell out? To bend over? To kiss somebody's ass? I ain't gonna do it. Mellencamp's album, Whenever We Wanted , was the first with a cover billed to John Mellencamp; the "Cougar" was finally dropped for good.

In , he released Human Wheels , and the title track peaked at No. We explored what a lot of these current bands are doing — these young black bands that are doing more than just sampling.

The album also contained two protest songs in "L. Others have just one guitar, bass, and drums, which I haven't done since American Fool.

With guitarist Andy York now on board as Larry Crane's full-time replacement, Mellencamp launched his Dance Naked Tour in the summer of , but suffered a minor heart attack after a show at Jones Beach in New York on August 8 of that year that eventually forced him to cancel the last few weeks of the tour.

It was just a terrible lifestyle. He returned to the concert stage in early by playing a series of dates in small Midwestern clubs under the pseudonym Pearl Doggy.

In September , the experimental album Mr. Happy Go Lucky , which was produced by Junior Vasquez , was released to critical acclaim.

The arrangements are more ambitious, with programs and loops going right along with real drums and guitars.

Happy Go Lucky spawned the No. After the release of Mr. Happy Go Lucky and a subsequent four-month tour from March—July to promote it, Mellencamp signed a four-album deal with Columbia Records , although he wound up making only three albums for the label.

The switch in labels coincided with Dane Clark replacing Aronoff on drums. Donovan made a record in , Sunshine Superman , and I wanted to start with that same kind of vibe—Eastern, very grand stories, fairy tales.

In , Mellencamp covered his own songs as well as those by Bob Dylan and the Drifters for his album Rough Harvest recorded in , one of two albums he owed Mercury Records to fulfill his contract the other was The Best That I Could Do , a best-of collection.

In May , he gave the Indiana University commencement address, in which he advised graduates to "play it like you feel it!

Following the delivery of his address, Indiana University bestowed upon him an honorary Doctorate of Musical Arts. In August , Mellencamp played a series of unannounced free concerts in major cities on the East Coast and in the Midwest as a way of giving back to fans who had supported him the previous 24 years.

With a lo-fi setup that included portable amps and a battery-powered P. At these dozen shows, which ranged in length from 45 to 60 minutes, Mellencamp covered a number of rock and folk classics and sprinkled in a few of his own songs.

To anybody who's said thank you to me, I say, 'You're very nice, but, really, thank you. The early 21st century also found Mellencamp teaming up with artists such as Chuck D and India.

Mellencamp embarked on the Cuttin' Heads Tour in the summer of , before the album was even released. He opened each show on this tour with a cover of the Rolling Stones ' " Gimme Shelter " and also played a solo acoustic version of the Cuttin' Heads track "Women Seem" at each show.

The album was also dedicated to Mellencamp's friend, Billboard magazine editor-in-chief Timothy White , who died from a heart attack in Columbia Records executives, who were in attendance at the benefit shows, were so impressed with Mellencamp's live renditions of "Stones in My Passway" that they convinced him to record an album of vintage American songs, which ultimately became Trouble No More.

Trouble No More spent several weeks at No. Mellencamp participated in the Vote for Change tour in October leading up to the U.

Presidential election. In , Mellencamp toured with Donovan and John Fogerty. The first leg of what was called the Words and Music Tour in the spring of featured Donovan playing in the middle of Mellencamp's set.

Mellencamp would play a handful of songs before introducing Donovan and then duetting with him on the hit "Sunshine Superman".

Mellencamp would leave the stage as Donovan played seven or eight of his songs backed by Mellencamp's band and then return to finish off his own set after Donovan departed.

On the second leg of the tour in the summer of , Fogerty co-headlined with Mellencamp at outdoor amphitheaters across the United States.

Mellencamp released Freedom's Road , his first album of original material in over five years, on January 23, He intended for Freedom's Road to have a s rock sound while still remaining contemporary, and he feels that goal was achieved.

I think we came up with a pretty timeless sounding album", Mellencamp told his online radio station in late Although Mellencamp had always been outspoken and adamant about not selling any of his songs to corporations to use in commercials, he changed his stance and let Chevrolet use "Our Country" in Chevy Silverado TV commercials that began airing in late September I'm taking heat because no one's ever done this before.

People have licensed songs that have already been hits, but nobody's licensed a brand-new song to a major company, and people don't know how to react.

Freedom's Road peaked at No. On August 13, , Mellencamp began recording his 18th album of original material, titled Life, Death, Love and Freedom.

The album, which was released on July 15, , was produced by T Bone Burnett. The first song with video, "Jena", was introduced on Mellencamp's website in October The album's first single was "My Sweet Love".

A video for the song was filmed in Savannah, Georgia on June 9, Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town is featured in the video.

She harmonizes with Mellencamp on "My Sweet Love" and provides background vocals to three other songs on Life, Death, Love and Freedom , which became the ninth Top 10 album of Mellencamp's career when it debuted at No.

On September 3, , Mellencamp made available on his website a home-video recording of his solo acoustic cover of Bob Dylan's " The Times They Are A-Changin' " as a sign that the Presidential Election was going to bring about change in America.

The show featured performers returning to small venues where they performed during the early stages of their careers.

Mellencamp had last played at the Crump Theatre on October 4, The program aired on December 11, and also featured an in-depth documentary tracing Mellencamp's roots.

Crow joined Mellencamp on stage to duet on "My Sweet Love" during the last seven shows. Mellencamp participated in a tribute concert for Pete Seeger 's 90th birthday on May 3, at Madison Square Garden in New York City which raised funds for an environmental organization founded by Seeger to preserve and protect the Hudson River.

In the summer of , Mellencamp embarked on a tour of minor league ballparks with Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson that ran from July 2 — August Mellencamp recorded the album using a Ampex portable recording machine and only one microphone, requiring all the musicians to gather together around the mic.

The album was recorded in mono. Mellencamp wrote over 30 songs for the record only 13 made the final cut , and he wrote one song specifically for Room at the Gunter Hotel Mellencamp told the San Antonio Express-News :.

I wrote it just for this room. I could have done this in my studio. But I want to do it this way, and if I can't do what I want at this point, I'm not going to do it.

If it's not fun, I'm not going to do it. I'm through digging a ditch. Live at the Royal , which peaked at No. On December 6, , Mellencamp performed " Born in the U.

A career-spanning box set of album tracks and demos titled On the Rural Route was released on June 15, , nine weeks before No Better Than This hit stores.

Mellencamp, who co-headlined 11 shows in the summer of with Bob Dylan , launched the No Better Than This theater tour on October 29, in his hometown of Bloomington, Indiana.

On this tour, which ran through the summer of and covered the entire United States and Canada and much of Europe, Mellencamp opened each concert with a showing of a Kurt Markus documentary about the making of No Better Than This called "It's About You" before hitting the stage to play three different sets: a stripped-down acoustic set with his band, a solo acoustic set, and a fully electrified rock set.

I'm gonna come out and play with upright bass and cocktail [drum] kits and a lot of acoustic instruments. I'll play for, like, 40 minutes that way.

Then the band will leave and it'll just be me with an acoustic guitar for 40 minutes, and then there'll be 40 minutes of rock 'n' roll.

You'll get three different types of John Mellencamp, and you'll get a movie. Mellencamp played for over two hours and included 24 songs in his setlist on the tour.

One reviewer called the opening gig of the European leg of the tour "maybe the best rock-performance ever in Denmark. The tour finally concluded with a tour of Canada in the summer of Mellencamp took part in two Woody Guthrie tribute concerts in as part of a year-long celebration surrounding the year anniversary of the folk icon's birth.

The album captures his live performance at Town Hall in New York City on July 31, , in which he performed every track from his Trouble No More covers album in addition to a rendition of "Highway 61 Revisited" by Bob Dylan and reworked versions of three of his own songs.

In October , Mellencamp revealed that he was working on a new album, and he offered this update on the project to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune : "I've had a couple rehearsals with the band, and T Bone [Burnett] and I go in the studio in January.

I'm not part of the music business. I want to write my songs, do some little shows. T Bone Burnett is going to come out to Indiana sometime in early January and we're gonna go into the studio for however long it takes to make a new album.

I haven't done one in five years. In January , Mellencamp began recording the project, which would ultimately be titled Plain Spoken and would become his 20th album of original material and 22nd studio album overall.

The album was released on September 23, In the summer of , Mellencamp conducted a brief show tour. During these concerts, which primarily took place at casinos and festivals across the United States and Canada, he gave the first taste of Plain Spoken by playing "Troubled Man", the album's first track and first single.

Outside of the Plain Spoken Tour, Mellencamp's most noteworthy live performance in came on February 6, when he paid tribute to Bob Dylan at the annual MusiCares Person of the Year event by performing piano-and-vocal rendition of "Highway 61 Revisited" the piano was played by Troye Kinnett from Mellencamp's band.

USA Today wrote: "The musical high point in a night of many highlights was probably John Mellencamp's interpretation of 'Highway 61 Revisited;' with a vocal tone and timbre that channeled Tom Waits', he made this usually scorching rocker into a blues dirge.

Never has Mellencamp sounded so artful. After a star-studded lineup paid tribute to Dylan with cover versions of some of his greatest songs, Dylan closed the evening with a minute speech that included a reference to Mellencamp's song "Longest Days".

Dylan said: "And like my friend John Mellencamp would sing—because John sang some truth today—'one day you get sick and you don't get better.

I ain't lying. In December , Mellencamp began recording a duets album with Carlene Carter , who was his opening act for all shows on the Plain Spoken Tour and would join Mellencamp for two songs during his set.

John got the idea to do an album together. I was blown away. I think we're onto something really interesting, but I won't give the surprise away.

It's different, because I've never really sat down and tried to write duets. That's going to be a fun challenge. While it is considered a duets project, Carter gave Pacific University the first piece of insight that the album wouldn't consist strictly of duets.

Some are duets and some are by themselves—it's different, but really kind of the way John and I roll. We are very like-minded and on musical ground that really feels right.

It's been quite a wonderful ride. I know this sounds crazy, but it happens a lot, I think, to songwriters—you can't tell it by looking, but I was working out—and all of a sudden I just started singing 'easy targets' and I thought, 'oh no, now I've got to stop what I'm doing" and it took me The melody came [intact], the lyrics It started out like 'Look, lets go back and do an old country religious record.

We'll try to write songs that sound like those songs, but they'll be new. The leg of the tour concluded on September 3 in Canfield, Ohio.

Carter did not accompany Mellencamp on the Canadian portion of the tour. Instead, a minute documentary film was shown before Mellencamp hit the stage each night.

Mellencamp released a compilation album of cover songs titled Other People's Stuff on December 7, In two separate television interviews, Mellencamp teased a new musical he is working on based on his No.

This is also a story about a town in free-fall, and the tough choices people make, not always in their best interests. In a September interview, Mellencamp guitarist Andy York said that 10 songs have already been recorded and mixed for the new album, but a planned final session in April to complete the project was scuttled because of the COVID pandemic.

During the pandemic, Mellencamp has written at least 15 new songs, and it appears some of them will find their way onto the new record.

The album was scheduled for release in , but the pandemic has pushed its release time frame back indefinitely. Mellencamp lives five miles outside of Bloomington, Indiana , on the shores of Lake Monroe , [47] but he also has a vacation home on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina.

Mellencamp was married to Priscilla Esterline from until and to Victoria Granucci from until He married fashion model Elaine Irwin on September 5, On December 30, , Mellencamp announced that he and Irwin had separated after 18 years of marriage.

Mellencamp has five children from his three marriages: daughter Michelle from his marriage to Esterline; daughters Teddi Jo and Justice from his marriage to Granucci; and sons Hud and Speck from his marriage to Irwin.

After his divorce from Irwin, Mellencamp began dating actress Meg Ryan. In September , Mellencamp reportedly started dating former supermodel Christie Brinkley.

In July , it was reported that Mellencamp and Ryan had reunited and were dating again. In April , it was reported that Mellencamp has been dating skincare expert Jamie Sherrill since the beginning of the year.

In , Mellencamp became one of the first entertainers to speak out against the Iraq War when he released the song "To Washington", which was also critical of the U.

Presidential elections. The Governor of California was removed from office based on finance troubles. And yet, George W.

Bush has lied to us, failed to keep our own borders secure, entered a war under false pretense, endangered lives, and created financial chaos.

How is it that he hasn't been recalled? Perhaps this time we could even have a real election Take an election; take an oil field; take advantage of your own people — a game of political Three-Card Monte.

Bush "The bloody red eyes of the rodeo clown". However, Army officials barred Baez from performing. He told Rolling Stone magazine:.

They didn't give me a reason why she couldn't come. We asked why and they said, 'She can't fit here, period. According to a February 8, , Associated Press report, Mellencamp's camp asked that the campaign for presidential candidate Sen.

McCain's campaign responded by pulling the songs from their playlist. Mellencamp's publicist, Bob Merlis, noted to the Associated Press:.

If [McCain is] such a true conservative, why [is he] playing songs that have a very populist pro-labor message written by a guy who would find no argument if you characterized him as an ardent leftist?

Merlis also noted that the same songs had been used, with Mellencamp's approval, by John Edwards's campaign ; in response, the McCain campaign ceased using the songs.

Mellencamp also performed "Our Country" at a rally for Hillary Clinton in Indianapolis , Indiana, on May 3, , although he never came out in support of either Obama or Clinton during the primaries.

In , Mellencamp's music was used by the National Organization for Marriage at events opposing same-sex marriage. Mellencamp's views on same sex marriage and equal rights for people of all sexual orientations are at odds with NOM's stated agenda" and requesting that NOM "find music from a source more in harmony with your views than Mr.

Mellencamp in the future. Mellencamp supported Michael Bloomberg in his presidential campaign by taping a Bloomberg campaign ad that featured Mellencamp singing Small Town.

Mellencamp's musical style has generally been described as rock , [6] [68] heartland rock , [69] roots rock [6] [70] and folk rock.

Noted art writer Hilarie M. Sheets, a contributing editor to ARTnews who writes regularly for The New York Times , called Mellencamp "a natural storyteller" in a essay she wrote about his artwork.

Known over the course of his successful four-decade music career for his acutely observed songs about the American landscape and its cast of characters, Mellencamp has been equally productive as a painter mining similar terrain.

Mellencamp's interest in painting began in early life, but was superseded in the s by his skyrocketing musical career. However, throughout his life, Mellencamp has continued to seriously explore painting.

Mellencamp's late mother, Marilyn, loved to paint landscapes and flowers and her son fell in love with both art and music at an early age.

Mellencamp came to New York in the mids with the intention of studying painting if his music-career aspirations didn't pan out.

In , he joined the Art Students League and had his first formal training with portrait painter David Leffel, who taught him the technique of painting dark to light in the manner of Rembrandt and other old masters.

His discovery of early 20th-century modernists including Chaim Soutine, Walt Kuhn, and particularly the German Expressionists Otto Dix and Max Beckmann pointed the way toward a visceral, pared down approach to portraiture.

His portraiture evolved to a personal style that some critics describe as similar to the dark and shadowy paintings of the German Expressionists.

They involve expressiveness by means of exaggeration and distortion of line and color, in favor of a simplified style intended to carry an emotional impact.

According to Mellencamp, "German painting remains the basic foundation for what I do same as folk music is the foundation of my songs. Mellencamp's paintings from the s—of family and friends and many of himself—show lone figures isolated frontally against simple, shadowy backgrounds.

They stare at the viewer or off into space with eyes both tough and vulnerable, projecting intensity akin to Beckmann's self-portraits with his sad, glowering eyes.

Art writer Doug McClemont, in a review for Art Space , stated: "Mellencamp paints handsomely grotesque portraits in oil that are as solemn and stirring as his hit songs are catchy and inspirational.

They depict existential scenes and human beings ridden with the angst of the everyday. There are no smiles on the faces of Mellencamp's painted figures.

His sad clowns, ex-girlfriends, creative heroes, imagined outliers, and hillbilly singers are often endowed with oversize hands and facial features and always with deadpan, proud stares.

Mellencamp's art work has been the focus of a number of exhibitions. According to Dr. Louis A. Zona, director and curator of the Butler Institute: "I was interested in the dialogue between Mellencamp's work and the Butler's more traditional collection of 19th- and 20th- century American art by masters including John Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, and Raphael Soyer.

John's work is beautifully executed with incredibly fascinating studies. A full-color page catalogue with the aforementioned essay by Sheets accompanied the exhibition.

Writes Sheets, "While Mellencamp has never been interested in whether he captures a faithful likeness of his subjects; he is after a kind of emotional realism and does follow certain "rules" of painting.

For Mellencamp, painting has always been a refuge, a solitary antidote to the hectic life of touring and performing.

He doesn't see it as a precious or rarified activity but rather about staying productive, keeping his mind engaged, making something out of nothing.

Mellencamp has also honed his skills by his own self-education in art history, visiting museums across Europe and America whenever he was on tour and studying a broad spectrum of artists and the mechanics of their work and by looking at signs and billboards out the windows of cars and buses while crisscrossing the country.

According to Sheets, "In recent years, Mellencamp has incorporated the looser, more jangly rhythms of street art into panoramic canvases that reflect his social and political activism also present in his music.

Everything is a possible painting. Nationally known art writer Lilly Wei, who interviewed Mellencamp for Studio International , also wrote a brief essay, in which she points out, "Mellencamp is a writer and often uses words in his paintings, from the graffiti scribbled across earlier work inspired by what he saw in the streets and Jean-Michel Basquiat to his present versions of text painting, a genre that is increasingly commonplace in works by artists such as Lawrence Weiner, Richard Prince, Glenn Ligon and Christopher Wool.

Mellencamp, who works in a very different, very personal idiom, makes plainspoken paintings, he says, because he's a plainspoken man.

If these works are any indication, plain painting can be extraordinarily eloquent. The exhibit included 50 oil and mixed-media paintings, including several never-before seen by the public.

Mellencamp's latest painting exhibition, titled Life, Death, Love, and Freedom named in honor of his critically acclaimed album's 10th anniversary , ran at the ACA Galleries from April 26 through June 2, Harper Collins published Paintings and Reflections , an overview of Mellencamp's earlier work as a painter, in Mellencamp co-wrote several of his best-known songs with his childhood friend George Green who, like Mellencamp, was born and raised in Seymour, Indiana.

Mellencamp and Green's final collaboration was "Yours Forever", a song that was included on the soundtrack to the movie, The Perfect Storm.

Mellencamp and Green had a falling out in the early s, and Green ultimately moved from Bloomington, Indiana to Taos, New Mexico in George has written some great lyrics and we've written some great songs together, but I just couldn't do it any more.

On August 28, , Green died in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the age of 59 after losing a battle with a rapid-forming small cell lung cancer.

We had a lot of fun together when we were kids. Later on, we wrote some really good songs together," Mellencamp told the Bloomington Herald Times shortly after Green's death.

Mellencamp has made several forays into acting over the years, appearing in four films: Falling from Grace which he also directed , Madison , narration only , After Image , and Lone Star State of Mind His older brother, Joe Mellencamp, appears in Falling from Grace as the bandleader during the country club scene along with his band Pure Jam.

In , Mellencamp turned down the lead role in the movie The Idolmaker because, as he told the Toledo Blade in , "I was afraid that if I made too much money, I'd have no motivation to make records anymore.

Mellencamp told VH1 that he was originally offered the Brad Pitt role in Thelma and Louise : "You know they used to want me to be an actor all the time and I used to get more movie role offers.

That's when I was — believe it or not, I used to not be as ugly as I am now. I was that close. Mellencamp began working on a musical with horror author Stephen King , entitled Ghost Brothers of Darkland County , in The musical debuted in the spring of at Alliance Theatre in Atlanta , Georgia, where it ran from April 4 through May Conservation status.

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Take an old Rascals song for example — there's everything from marching band beats to soul music to country sounds in one song. Learning those opened the band's vision to try new things on my songs.

It wasn't let's go back and try to make this part fit into my song, but I wanted to capture the same feeling — the way those songs used to make you feel.

After a while, we didn't even have to talk about it anymore. If you listen to the lead Larry [Crane] plays on 'Face of the Nation,' he never would have played that 'cause he didn't really know who the Animals were.

He's young, and he grew up listening to Grand Funk Railroad. You hear it, and it's like 'where did that come from?

Scarecrow was the first album Mellencamp recorded at his own recording studio, jokingly dubbed "Belmont Mall", located in Belmont, Indiana and built in Mellencamp sees Scarecrow as the start of the alternative country genre: "I think I invented that whole 'No Depression' thing with the Scarecrow album, though I don't get the credit," he told Classic Rock magazine in October Part of the No Depression mythology requires either a tragic early death or decades of unacknowledged masterpieces created during a life of grueling poverty.

Prior to the —86 Scarecrow Tour, during which he covered some of the same s rock and soul songs he and his band rehearsed prior to the recording of Scarecrow , Mellencamp added fiddle player Lisa Germano to his band.

Germano would remain in Mellencamp's band until , when she left to pursue a solo career. We had a very distinct vision of what should be happening here.

At one point, The Lonesome Jubilee was supposed to be a double album, but at least 10 of the songs I'd written just didn't stick together with the idea and the sound we had in mind.

So I just put those songs on a shelf, and cut it back down to a single record. Now, in the past, it was always 'Let's make it up as we go along' — and we did make some of The Lonesome Jubilee up as we went along.

But we had a very clear idea of what we wanted it to sound like, even before it was written, right through to the day it was mastered.

As Frank DiGiacomo of Vanity Fair wrote in , " The Lonesome Jubilee was the album in which Mellencamp defined his now signature sound: a rousing, crystalline mix of acoustic and electric guitars, Appalachian fiddle, and gospel-style backing vocals, anchored by a crisp, bare-knuckle drumbeat and completed by his own velveteen rasp.

During the —88 Lonesome Jubilee Tour, Mellencamp was joined onstage by surprise guest Bruce Springsteen at the end of his May 26, gig in Irvine, California, for a duet of Bob Dylan 's " Like a Rolling Stone ", which Mellencamp performed as the penultimate song during each show on that tour.

The album, which Mellencamp called at the time the most "earthy" record he'd ever made, is also the last to feature the "Cougar" moniker.

In , Mellencamp said: "'Big Daddy' was the best record I ever made. Out of my agony came a couple of really beautiful songs.

You can't be 22 years old and had two dates and understand that album. Mellencamp was heavily involved in painting at this time in his life and decided not to tour behind Big Daddy , stating: "What's the point?

This other step that people keep wanting me to take to become another level of recording artist — to be Madonna? To sell out? To bend over?

To kiss somebody's ass? I ain't gonna do it. Mellencamp's album, Whenever We Wanted , was the first with a cover billed to John Mellencamp; the "Cougar" was finally dropped for good.

In , he released Human Wheels , and the title track peaked at No. We explored what a lot of these current bands are doing — these young black bands that are doing more than just sampling.

The album also contained two protest songs in "L. Others have just one guitar, bass, and drums, which I haven't done since American Fool.

With guitarist Andy York now on board as Larry Crane's full-time replacement, Mellencamp launched his Dance Naked Tour in the summer of , but suffered a minor heart attack after a show at Jones Beach in New York on August 8 of that year that eventually forced him to cancel the last few weeks of the tour.

It was just a terrible lifestyle. He returned to the concert stage in early by playing a series of dates in small Midwestern clubs under the pseudonym Pearl Doggy.

In September , the experimental album Mr. Happy Go Lucky , which was produced by Junior Vasquez , was released to critical acclaim.

The arrangements are more ambitious, with programs and loops going right along with real drums and guitars.

Happy Go Lucky spawned the No. After the release of Mr. Happy Go Lucky and a subsequent four-month tour from March—July to promote it, Mellencamp signed a four-album deal with Columbia Records , although he wound up making only three albums for the label.

The switch in labels coincided with Dane Clark replacing Aronoff on drums. Donovan made a record in , Sunshine Superman , and I wanted to start with that same kind of vibe—Eastern, very grand stories, fairy tales.

In , Mellencamp covered his own songs as well as those by Bob Dylan and the Drifters for his album Rough Harvest recorded in , one of two albums he owed Mercury Records to fulfill his contract the other was The Best That I Could Do , a best-of collection.

In May , he gave the Indiana University commencement address, in which he advised graduates to "play it like you feel it!

Following the delivery of his address, Indiana University bestowed upon him an honorary Doctorate of Musical Arts. In August , Mellencamp played a series of unannounced free concerts in major cities on the East Coast and in the Midwest as a way of giving back to fans who had supported him the previous 24 years.

With a lo-fi setup that included portable amps and a battery-powered P. At these dozen shows, which ranged in length from 45 to 60 minutes, Mellencamp covered a number of rock and folk classics and sprinkled in a few of his own songs.

To anybody who's said thank you to me, I say, 'You're very nice, but, really, thank you. The early 21st century also found Mellencamp teaming up with artists such as Chuck D and India.

Mellencamp embarked on the Cuttin' Heads Tour in the summer of , before the album was even released.

He opened each show on this tour with a cover of the Rolling Stones ' " Gimme Shelter " and also played a solo acoustic version of the Cuttin' Heads track "Women Seem" at each show.

The album was also dedicated to Mellencamp's friend, Billboard magazine editor-in-chief Timothy White , who died from a heart attack in Columbia Records executives, who were in attendance at the benefit shows, were so impressed with Mellencamp's live renditions of "Stones in My Passway" that they convinced him to record an album of vintage American songs, which ultimately became Trouble No More.

Trouble No More spent several weeks at No. Mellencamp participated in the Vote for Change tour in October leading up to the U.

Presidential election. In , Mellencamp toured with Donovan and John Fogerty. The first leg of what was called the Words and Music Tour in the spring of featured Donovan playing in the middle of Mellencamp's set.

Mellencamp would play a handful of songs before introducing Donovan and then duetting with him on the hit "Sunshine Superman".

Mellencamp would leave the stage as Donovan played seven or eight of his songs backed by Mellencamp's band and then return to finish off his own set after Donovan departed.

On the second leg of the tour in the summer of , Fogerty co-headlined with Mellencamp at outdoor amphitheaters across the United States.

Mellencamp released Freedom's Road , his first album of original material in over five years, on January 23, He intended for Freedom's Road to have a s rock sound while still remaining contemporary, and he feels that goal was achieved.

I think we came up with a pretty timeless sounding album", Mellencamp told his online radio station in late Although Mellencamp had always been outspoken and adamant about not selling any of his songs to corporations to use in commercials, he changed his stance and let Chevrolet use "Our Country" in Chevy Silverado TV commercials that began airing in late September I'm taking heat because no one's ever done this before.

People have licensed songs that have already been hits, but nobody's licensed a brand-new song to a major company, and people don't know how to react.

Freedom's Road peaked at No. On August 13, , Mellencamp began recording his 18th album of original material, titled Life, Death, Love and Freedom.

The album, which was released on July 15, , was produced by T Bone Burnett. The first song with video, "Jena", was introduced on Mellencamp's website in October The album's first single was "My Sweet Love".

A video for the song was filmed in Savannah, Georgia on June 9, Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town is featured in the video. She harmonizes with Mellencamp on "My Sweet Love" and provides background vocals to three other songs on Life, Death, Love and Freedom , which became the ninth Top 10 album of Mellencamp's career when it debuted at No.

On September 3, , Mellencamp made available on his website a home-video recording of his solo acoustic cover of Bob Dylan's " The Times They Are A-Changin' " as a sign that the Presidential Election was going to bring about change in America.

The show featured performers returning to small venues where they performed during the early stages of their careers. Mellencamp had last played at the Crump Theatre on October 4, The program aired on December 11, and also featured an in-depth documentary tracing Mellencamp's roots.

Crow joined Mellencamp on stage to duet on "My Sweet Love" during the last seven shows. Mellencamp participated in a tribute concert for Pete Seeger 's 90th birthday on May 3, at Madison Square Garden in New York City which raised funds for an environmental organization founded by Seeger to preserve and protect the Hudson River.

In the summer of , Mellencamp embarked on a tour of minor league ballparks with Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson that ran from July 2 — August Mellencamp recorded the album using a Ampex portable recording machine and only one microphone, requiring all the musicians to gather together around the mic.

The album was recorded in mono. Mellencamp wrote over 30 songs for the record only 13 made the final cut , and he wrote one song specifically for Room at the Gunter Hotel Mellencamp told the San Antonio Express-News :.

I wrote it just for this room. I could have done this in my studio. But I want to do it this way, and if I can't do what I want at this point, I'm not going to do it.

If it's not fun, I'm not going to do it. I'm through digging a ditch. Live at the Royal , which peaked at No. On December 6, , Mellencamp performed " Born in the U.

A career-spanning box set of album tracks and demos titled On the Rural Route was released on June 15, , nine weeks before No Better Than This hit stores.

Mellencamp, who co-headlined 11 shows in the summer of with Bob Dylan , launched the No Better Than This theater tour on October 29, in his hometown of Bloomington, Indiana.

On this tour, which ran through the summer of and covered the entire United States and Canada and much of Europe, Mellencamp opened each concert with a showing of a Kurt Markus documentary about the making of No Better Than This called "It's About You" before hitting the stage to play three different sets: a stripped-down acoustic set with his band, a solo acoustic set, and a fully electrified rock set.

I'm gonna come out and play with upright bass and cocktail [drum] kits and a lot of acoustic instruments. I'll play for, like, 40 minutes that way.

Then the band will leave and it'll just be me with an acoustic guitar for 40 minutes, and then there'll be 40 minutes of rock 'n' roll. You'll get three different types of John Mellencamp, and you'll get a movie.

Mellencamp played for over two hours and included 24 songs in his setlist on the tour. One reviewer called the opening gig of the European leg of the tour "maybe the best rock-performance ever in Denmark.

The tour finally concluded with a tour of Canada in the summer of Mellencamp took part in two Woody Guthrie tribute concerts in as part of a year-long celebration surrounding the year anniversary of the folk icon's birth.

The album captures his live performance at Town Hall in New York City on July 31, , in which he performed every track from his Trouble No More covers album in addition to a rendition of "Highway 61 Revisited" by Bob Dylan and reworked versions of three of his own songs.

In October , Mellencamp revealed that he was working on a new album, and he offered this update on the project to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune : "I've had a couple rehearsals with the band, and T Bone [Burnett] and I go in the studio in January.

I'm not part of the music business. I want to write my songs, do some little shows. T Bone Burnett is going to come out to Indiana sometime in early January and we're gonna go into the studio for however long it takes to make a new album.

I haven't done one in five years. In January , Mellencamp began recording the project, which would ultimately be titled Plain Spoken and would become his 20th album of original material and 22nd studio album overall.

The album was released on September 23, In the summer of , Mellencamp conducted a brief show tour. During these concerts, which primarily took place at casinos and festivals across the United States and Canada, he gave the first taste of Plain Spoken by playing "Troubled Man", the album's first track and first single.

Outside of the Plain Spoken Tour, Mellencamp's most noteworthy live performance in came on February 6, when he paid tribute to Bob Dylan at the annual MusiCares Person of the Year event by performing piano-and-vocal rendition of "Highway 61 Revisited" the piano was played by Troye Kinnett from Mellencamp's band.

USA Today wrote: "The musical high point in a night of many highlights was probably John Mellencamp's interpretation of 'Highway 61 Revisited;' with a vocal tone and timbre that channeled Tom Waits', he made this usually scorching rocker into a blues dirge.

Never has Mellencamp sounded so artful. After a star-studded lineup paid tribute to Dylan with cover versions of some of his greatest songs, Dylan closed the evening with a minute speech that included a reference to Mellencamp's song "Longest Days".

Dylan said: "And like my friend John Mellencamp would sing—because John sang some truth today—'one day you get sick and you don't get better.

I ain't lying. In December , Mellencamp began recording a duets album with Carlene Carter , who was his opening act for all shows on the Plain Spoken Tour and would join Mellencamp for two songs during his set.

John got the idea to do an album together. I was blown away. I think we're onto something really interesting, but I won't give the surprise away.

It's different, because I've never really sat down and tried to write duets. That's going to be a fun challenge. While it is considered a duets project, Carter gave Pacific University the first piece of insight that the album wouldn't consist strictly of duets.

Some are duets and some are by themselves—it's different, but really kind of the way John and I roll. We are very like-minded and on musical ground that really feels right.

It's been quite a wonderful ride. I know this sounds crazy, but it happens a lot, I think, to songwriters—you can't tell it by looking, but I was working out—and all of a sudden I just started singing 'easy targets' and I thought, 'oh no, now I've got to stop what I'm doing" and it took me The melody came [intact], the lyrics It started out like 'Look, lets go back and do an old country religious record.

We'll try to write songs that sound like those songs, but they'll be new. The leg of the tour concluded on September 3 in Canfield, Ohio.

Carter did not accompany Mellencamp on the Canadian portion of the tour. Instead, a minute documentary film was shown before Mellencamp hit the stage each night.

Mellencamp released a compilation album of cover songs titled Other People's Stuff on December 7, In two separate television interviews, Mellencamp teased a new musical he is working on based on his No.

This is also a story about a town in free-fall, and the tough choices people make, not always in their best interests.

In a September interview, Mellencamp guitarist Andy York said that 10 songs have already been recorded and mixed for the new album, but a planned final session in April to complete the project was scuttled because of the COVID pandemic.

During the pandemic, Mellencamp has written at least 15 new songs, and it appears some of them will find their way onto the new record.

The album was scheduled for release in , but the pandemic has pushed its release time frame back indefinitely. Mellencamp lives five miles outside of Bloomington, Indiana , on the shores of Lake Monroe , [47] but he also has a vacation home on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina.

Mellencamp was married to Priscilla Esterline from until and to Victoria Granucci from until He married fashion model Elaine Irwin on September 5, On December 30, , Mellencamp announced that he and Irwin had separated after 18 years of marriage.

Mellencamp has five children from his three marriages: daughter Michelle from his marriage to Esterline; daughters Teddi Jo and Justice from his marriage to Granucci; and sons Hud and Speck from his marriage to Irwin.

After his divorce from Irwin, Mellencamp began dating actress Meg Ryan. In September , Mellencamp reportedly started dating former supermodel Christie Brinkley.

In July , it was reported that Mellencamp and Ryan had reunited and were dating again. In April , it was reported that Mellencamp has been dating skincare expert Jamie Sherrill since the beginning of the year.

In , Mellencamp became one of the first entertainers to speak out against the Iraq War when he released the song "To Washington", which was also critical of the U.

Presidential elections. The Governor of California was removed from office based on finance troubles. And yet, George W.

Bush has lied to us, failed to keep our own borders secure, entered a war under false pretense, endangered lives, and created financial chaos.

How is it that he hasn't been recalled? Perhaps this time we could even have a real election Take an election; take an oil field; take advantage of your own people — a game of political Three-Card Monte.

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They didn't give me a reason why she couldn't come. To the Apache and Walapai of Arizona , the wail of the cougar was a harbinger of death. In professional hockey, the cougar was used by two mid-western teams and one northwestern team.

The Detroit Cougars were actually related to the Victoria Cougars of the Western Hockey League , which had won the Stanley Cup in , in that when the Victoria Cougars, which had operated as the Aristocrats from to and as the Cougars from —, disbanded in , the owners of the newly formed Detroit club purchased the rights to many of the players of the Victoria club and retained the Cougar nickname.

The University of Vermont also uses the mascot, but uses the term "catamount" instead of cougar, as was traditional in the region where the school is located.

The University of Pittsburgh in western Pennsylvania also uses the cougar as its sports mascot and for many other clubs and organizations, but also uses the locally preferred name, "panther", corresponding to nearby geographic features Panther Hollow and Panther Hollow Lake which were named that by , 24 years before the University selected the name for its teams.

Many high schools also use the cougar as their sports team mascot. The Carolina Panthers of the National Football League have a black cat on their uniforms as opposed to a brownish- or tawny-coloured cat so it is most often presumed to represent a black panther , the black melanistic phase of either the jaguar , which actually only lived in the far southwestern United States not the southeastern United States where Carolina is located, or the leopard of Africa and Asia.

Most sports team named the "Wildcats" use a logo similar to a bobcat, or in some cases in Canada, a lynx, names which are often used for sports teams in their own right.

By contrast, Wildcat Lager Beer brewed by Labatt, has always shown a picture of a cougar on its label. A pumapard is a hybrid animal resulting from a union between a puma and a leopard.

Whether born to a female puma mated to a male leopard or to a male puma mated to a female leopard, pumapards inherit a form of dwarfism.

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The mountain lion Puma concolor is sometimes called cougar, puma, catamount and panther. Mountain lions once lived in much of the eastern United States.

They were extirpated from Indiana by the late s. The DNR maintains mountain lion sightings using a system to receive, record and review mountain lion reports.

The only confirmed mountain lion reports were in fall in southern Clay County and spring in northern Greene County. It is not known if these reports were the same animal, but their proximity makes it possible they were.

The DNR receives many mountain lion reports through this system. However, most sightings prove to be a species other than a mountain lion, are inconclusive, or are part of an internet hoax.

Indiana has no breeding population of mountain lions.

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