Lubbock Lights: Celebrating the Life & Music of Mac Davis
Thursday, April 7, 2022 | 8:00PM
Lubbock native country-pop singer, songwriter and actor Mac Davis was a
true Lubbock Light. His early career saw success through Nancy Sinatra's Boot's Publishing,
Inc., and achieved international recognition when Elvis Presley recorded his songs
“Memories” and “In the Ghetto.” Davis also pursued his own successful solo career
producing many hits including "Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me, “Stop and Smell the Roses,”
and “It's Hard to Be Humble;” but a local fan favorite is “Texas in My Rear View Mirror.
He was a Grammy nominated artist, and named the Academy of Country Music Entertainer
of the Year in 1974. As an actor, he hosted The Mac Davis Show on NBC, appeared on
The Muppet Show and was cast in numerous films. His debut film cast him in a co-starring
role opposite of Nick Nolte in North Dallas Forty.
Let's celebrate Mac Davis's music and legacy together by remembering him
through an evening of conversation and listening to some of his best-known tunes.
This Texas Tech University Presidential Lecture & Performance Series Lubbock Lights
special event— hosted by Kenny Maines will feature many local musicians covering his
songs to honor Mac Davis's contribution to the world of entertainment.
Lubbock Lights: Celebrating the Life & Music of Mac Davis will be a recorded event. By purchasing or being in the possession of a ticket to Lubbock Lights, you consent to being filmed and or photographed, whereas your image, voice, and likeness may be used by the producers for promotional purposes. Any photography taken, whether in digital or analog format, is subject to mandatory, non-exclusive license to the producers for use in promotional purposes.
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