Mac Davis Death – Dead : Mac Davis Obituary : Country Music Artist Dies at 78.
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Mac Davis, the country singer and songwriter who fist found fame writing A Little Less Conversation and In The Ghetto for Elvis Presley has died at 78. He also had own hits like Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me and Stop and Smell the Roses and a cool TV variety show in the ‘70s. pic.twitter.com/Mi797xtgd3
— Eric Alper 🎧 (@ThatEricAlper) September 30, 2020
My buddy #MacDavis went home last night. What a legacy he has left in the world of music that we will forever cherish. Thankful for the songs, the conversations, and the memories. Til we see you again friend….. pic.twitter.com/1dVXr4zBlZ
— Shawn Parr (@DJ_Shawn_Parr) September 30, 2020
Mac Davis was once asked by a TV audience member to write a song about a rubber duck. He instantly wrote: “I was sitting in the bathtub when my toe got stuck. The jerk I made caused a tidal wave and squashed my rubber duck!” Funny guy with a tremendously quick wit. 😂
— Travis Tritt (@Travistritt) September 30, 2020
I am heartbroken this morning learning of the passing of my friend Mac Davis. He was an incredible songwriter and guitar player. He’d penned songs for Elvis to Avicii. More importantly, he was a great husband and a father. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Love ya Mac
— Jake Owen (@jakeowen) September 30, 2020
Rest in Peace Mac Davis. He was a famous country music star but we knew him mostly as Seth Maxwell in North Dallas Forty- our favorite football movie ever. Supposedly Davis’s QB character was based on Don Meredith. Either way he was the perfect on-screen compliment to Nick Nolte. pic.twitter.com/KTxI5ntivk
— Ken Gelman (@kengfunk) September 30, 2020
We’re sad to hear of the death of #MacDavis (1942–2020) — Singer, songwriter, actor, host, superstar.
“I was blessed with a gift,” he once said, and he shared it with us for 50 years.
— getTV (@gettv) September 30, 2020
I tweeted about Mac Davis and his 1972 “Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me” LP two days ago and he passed away last night. I feel so bad! Of course, I didn’t know that he was ill or having a heart operation. I hope this doesn’t cost me any karma points. RIP to the great Mac Davis! pic.twitter.com/XTDLYpO6j5
— Traces of Texas (@TracesofTexas) September 30, 2020
Very sad tonight! I just heard that legendary singer, songwriter and actor, Mac Davis has passed away after heart surgery. I grew up watching The Mac Davis show and loving his talent. This is heartbreaking!
— Travis Tritt (@Travistritt) September 30, 2020
Ann Marie Rutkowski Horning wrote
We was talented and funny. I remember watching his tv show. At the end of his show he would compose a song from a random line/sentence from the audience which isn’t easy. He also played spoons and eefed which I’ve never heard done before or since. RIP Mac.
Karen Anderson Whalen wrote
Prayers for his family. I was a big fan of his music since the 1970’s. Had All of his albums. Played them for hours. He will be greatly missed
Ann Fisher wrote
My prayers and condolences go out to his family. My hugs and prayers are with you, Steve, as well. Loved Mac Davis music and seeing him on TV shows all the time…these made me smile and sing and dance.
Nancy Thompson Ashmore wrote
Such a talented man. Growing up in the 70s and 80s, his music, show and movies were a part of my life. Watched Dolly’s Heartstrings on Netflix last week and was elated to see him on one of the shows.
Bill Black wrote
So sad but he will live forever through his wonderful music thoughts and prayers God bless the family and comfort them in their time of sorrow and grief our condolences
Chris Simpson wrote
I always liked his songs “Baby don’t get hooked on me” and “Texas in my rearview mirror” and I also thought that he was good in North Dallas Forty. RIP Mac Davis.
Kauleen Sharp Fru Fru wrote
His Record, Happiness was Lubbock Texas in my rear view mirror was The very first song I played as a dj on the radio in 1979 at My first radio station, WBZI in Dayton/Xenia. Met and introduced a lot of stars, including you but never got to meet him. Wound up with most of my career in Baltimore/Washington. He will Always be special in my heart. Love and prayers to his wife and family. Sorry you lost your friend, Steve.
Eric J Mathias wrote
We were driving through Lubbock last week and looked into my rear view and started singing .Happiness is Lubbock, TX in my rear view mirror!. My wife thought I had lost my mind. RIP Mac.
Sandra Earwood Carroll wrote
It always seems when we are about to lose someone that is close to our heart God always moves one or the other to make that call. I am so glad you got to speak with him last week. Tight hugs! RIP Mac Davis you will be missed .
Judy F. Amyx wrote
He always seemed to be a down to earth kind of guy. Loved his music. I had an album of his back in the day.
Diane Ables Roland wrote
A couple of his tunes are favorites of ours when my husband gets out his guitar. Very sad to be losing such a talent.
Kathy McElheran wrote
Love his songs. Truly will be missed. Loved watching him great songwriter, singer and had a good sence of humor.
Laurie M Burgess Auxier wrote
I know Steve Wariner he was an awesome muscian ..heaven has gained an awesome performer and muscian in Mac always loved his music also Helen Reddy she was awesome too.
Jo Hoeppner wrote
This made me SO SAD this morning. He had such a smooth voice, was a phenomenal songwriter, who had a great sense of humor, and seemed to be a genuinely nice person. I remember watching his variety show weekly without fail. RIP Mac.
Gayla Coon Mullins wrote
The funniest thing I ever heard him say was when he was about to turn 40, he fretted and worried about it so much. But the morning of his birthday he woke up, looked in the mirror and said “hey, I still look 39”!
Brandy Phillips wrote
My ex in-laws grew up with him. A few years back, he came to town & I stopped by their house I’ll never forget walking in seeing him, this “big star”, sitting at the table eating a hot dog off of a paper plate. He had a big smile on his face. He was such a wonderful person.
Adrina Day wrote
Yo very sad is just being no bad news I thought he would make it through his heart surgery and then I heard that Helen Reddy passed away also alarm people back in the 70s so sad rest in peace Mac Davis and Helen Reddy
Kathryn Davidson Maynard wrote
I loved his tv show! I was always impressed with his ability to write a song from a random idea from the audience. What a truly talented man. He will be missed!
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