Whatever Happened To Mac Davis?
Where to start in talking about the multi-talented Mac Davis.
Legendary songwriter? Ok, the native of Lubbock, Texas wrote great hit’s for the legendary King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley, including the moving ‘In The Ghetto’.
Singer? Yep, he had huge hits with songs he wrote and recorded including ‘Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me’, ‘Texas In My Rearview Mirror’, ‘You’re My Bestest Friend’, ‘Stop And Smell The Roses’ and his ode to vanity, ‘It’s Hard To Be Humble’.
TV? Sure, he hosted his own variety show on network television.
Movies? Yes Sir, he co-starred in ‘North Dallas Forty’, ‘Sting II’ as well as others.
And his personal appearances and concerts were always packed.
All in all, quite a career!
So whatever happened to Mac Davis?
Well, Mac was plenty busy right into and through the 1980′s, including starring on Broadway in ‘The Will Rogers Follies’. He slowed down professionally through the 1990′s and 2000′s.
Now, at the age of 72, he says his office is…the golf course!