MAC DAVIS - SOLD OUT!
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Showings
Franklin TheatreFri, Dec 15 8:00 PM
$49 • $55 • $68 Additional fees may apply SOLD OUT!
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Franklin TheatreSat, Dec 16 8:00 PM
$49 • $55 • $68 Additional fees may apply
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Event Info
Doors Open:1 Hour Before Show
VIP Meet and Greet:Cabaret Ticket Holders ONLY
Description
Mac Davis has established himself as an all around entertainer: songwriter, singer, film and stage actor, T.V. and radio personality.... performer and legend. He has enjoyed success in almost every facet of show business, starting in the late sixties all the way to the present.

In the late sixties, Mac’s song writing talent paid off: he wrote several hits for Elvis Presley, including “In the Ghetto”, “Memories”, “Don’t Cry Daddy” and “A Little Less Conversation”, which was re-released in 2002 and became a #1 hit in 26 countries around the world. Nominated three times for Grammy Awards, he has written hits for Kenny Rogers (“Somethin’s Burnin”), Bobby Goldsboro (“Watchin’ Scotty Grow”), Gallery (“I Believe in Music”), O.C. Smith, Freddie Hart, Ray Price, Low Rawls, Dolly Parton, Rascal Flatts, and many others.

Hit songs that he recorded himself include, “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me”, “Stop and Smell the Roses”, “One Hell of a Woman”, “Hooked on Music”, “My Bestest Friend”, “It’s Hard to be Humble”, and “Texas in My Rearview Mirror”.

His successful television series, “The Mac Davis Show” on NBC, and many T.V. Specials over the years enabled him to be selected as the Academy of Country Music’s “Entertainer of the Year”, and The People’s Choice Awards’ very first “Favorite Male Singer”.

As for movies, Mac costarred with Nick Nolte in one of the greatest football movies of all time, “North Dallas Forty”, and went on to starring roles in “The Sting II”, “Cheaper to Keep Her”, and the family film “Possums”, which had audiences cheering at the Sundance Film Festival.

Over the last few years, Mac has received notable awards and accolades such as a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, being inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville’s Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Texas Heritage Songwriters’ Association, the National Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in New York and the Alabama Music Hall Of Fame’s first ever Jerry Wexler Award.

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