Mac Davis


Born: 1/21/1942 in Lubbock, Texas, USA
Died: 9/29/2020
Age: 78
Cause of death: complications from heart surgery

Full name: Morris Mac Davis
Noted For: country singer-songwriter; wrote "A Little Less Conversation" (1968) and "In the Ghetto" (1969) recorded by Elvis Presley; his own hits include "Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me" (1972), "Stop and Smell the Roses" (1974), and "It's Hard to Be Humble" (1980). Actor; North Dallas Forty (1979).

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