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Spotlight Artist: Mac Davis


Howdy Folks!

Hope things are warming up in your neck of the woods! It’s just starting to show signs of spring here in Nashville. We’ve been thawing out and dusting off some of our older records… and while we were doing just that, we remembered how much we love Mac Davis. So… he’s in our spotlight this week on the show!

Surely you remember his hit single “Baby, Don’t Get Hooked On Me.” It was EVERYWHERE in 1972. But… did you know that he also wrote several hit songs for Elvis, among many others? And who can forget his 1981 solo hit, “You’re My Bestest Friend”? All of these great songs, and MORE are on our playlist this week, so don’t miss out!

Click READ MORE to see and hear Mac sharing a story about Elvis…

Join Us This Week For The Mac Davis Show!


 

This week, we’ve got a show planned for you that is really going to knock your socks off. We’ve got all your classic country favorites lined up, plus….we’ve got some of the best tunes from singer-songwriter Mac Davis.

I know you remember Mac. How could you not? His hit “Baby, Don’t Get Hooked On Me” was absolutely everywhere in 1972. But he’s had plenty of other hits as well, and has also written a handful of hit songs for other artists.  Most famously, he wrote “In The Ghetto,”  and “Don’t Cry Daddy” for Elvis Presley.

You won’t want to miss this one folks, so tune in and see what all the fuss is about!