The cover of the album "It's the attitude stupid" shows a hooded Klansman, holding what appears to be either a Walkman or MP3 player, and wearing headphones.The television series The Boondocks parodied Johnny Rebel's music in one of its episodes (entitled The Story of Jimmy Rebel).This article is about the American country singer Johnny Rebel.
The episode portrays a recording artist who is ostensibly Johnny Rebel.
The song "The White Man Marches on" can be heard in American History X being sang enthusiastically by Ethan Suplee's character whilst driving to meet Edward Norton.
The song "Some Niggers Never Die (They Just Smell That Way)" was featured in the 2005 surrealist film What Is It?
, in a scene where an African-American woman in an ape mask gives a handjob to a Caucasian man with cerebral palsy.
Some of Johnny Rebel songs have also been misattributed to Johnny Horton, an American country music and rockabilly singer.
The confusion comes from a song by Horton called "Johnny Reb".
Trahan's version of "Nigger Hatin' Me" has also appeared, wrongly attributed to Buddy Holly, on Holly releases such as, "The Apartment Demos".
The pseudonym Johnny Rebel is also used by a Columbus, Ohio, rockabilly singer named Sean Groves (born October 18, 1968).
an American outlaw country music singer who achieved popularity in the 1970s and 1980s.