Sixfinger Severson is really a nation blues guitarist who have performed with David Allan Coe through the mid-’90s and embarked on a short-lived single profession afterward. Created Wayne Severson on Sept 14, 1955, he performed guitar on several Allan Coe albums released by Ruler Information: Lonesome Fugitive (1994), AN IDEAL Country and Traditional western Music (1994), and Truckin’ Outlaw (1994). While these little-heard albums hardly ever come in discographies from the outlaw nation legend, whose industrial fortunes got bottomed out ten years previously, the association between Severson and Allan Coe was a benefit towards the guitarist’s profession leads. Severson embarked on a single profession afterward, focusing on humorous nation blues with some rock and roll. He self-released the albums No I Don’t Play Golf ball (1995) and Refinished (1998). After that he released the recording Bite the Buddha (2000) on Lion Feather Information. In old age he performed guitar in Great Beenz, a self-described blues-rock party music group located in Branson, MO, that performed regularly through the entire state.