Jerry Mac

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  • Jerry Mac's Tribute To Hank Williams, Sr.

    This show was on Nov 5th, 2014 | 5 people watched
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We begin this introduction to Jerry Mac with a promise that it will not take you long to read. It is our desire to express to you our true feelings about this man and his contributions to country music.
Jerry Mac is definitely no spring chicken. He's been around a long time, but still meets life head on with the vigor and enthusiasm of a much younger man. He was born on Christmas Day,... more

We begin this introduction to Jerry Mac with a promise that it will not take you long to read. It is our desire to express to you our true feelings about this man and his contributions to country music.
Jerry Mac is definitely no spring chicken. He's been around a long time, but still meets life head on with the vigor and enthusiasm of a much younger man. He was born on Christmas Day, 1940, and until this century was performing regularly at some of Nashville's most famous venues. He has entertained thousands upon thousands of tourist in Music City, USA year after year. The folks came from all over the world to Nashville, and it was amazing how many of them would start asking where Jerry Mac was doing his show even before they checked into their motel. But he wasn't hard to find, because he's known and liked by so many of the Nashville insiders. He may have been doing his show on stage at one of the clubs in World Famous Printers Alley, or he could have been doing one somewhere out near Opryland in Music Valley, or maybe he was somewhere on Music Row. He may have been doing his show in a nice club with the white table cloths and all, or he may have been performing in a real Honky Tonk, or he could have been somewhere on stage outside or maybe under a tent. There was one thing you could be assured of, however. Wherever Jerry Mac was, there was a show going on, and people were having fun.
The old timers in Memphis remember Jerry from his earlier days. Yep, Jerry Mac was there when it was happening. I'm writing of the '50's. Jerry Mac was 16 in 1957 when he was working at the now "WORLD FAMOUS MEMPHIAN THEATRE" which was made world famous due to the fact that ELVIS would rent the theatre. Jerry Mac was the kid that served ELVIS and his entourage their popcorn and cokes during those late night hours. He recalls fondly the 1st time he met "THE KING".
Yes, Jerry Mac has been associated with a lot of folks in the entertainment industry. A list of his friends would read like a WHO'S WHO OF THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD. It would be easier to list the entertainers he doesn't know than to list the ones he does know. However, if you want to know more about Jerry Mac, you can read the book, "JERRY MAC, COUNTRY TO THE BONE". The book will be available at your favorite book stores and on the internet in January of 2016.
Jerry Mac is not only a singer/songwriter but is one of the most sought after MASTER OF CEREMONIES in the entertainment industry.

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