McAnally offers first single.
Monday, March 30, 2009 – Mac McAnally, musician, songwriter and singer, is out with his first single for ShowDog Nashville You First. The song is the first from his upcoming debut CD for the label.
Last month, McAnally, a member of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band, had a number song he wrote for Kenny Chesney, Down the Road. He sang on the track with Chesney, his sixth number one as a writer and his first as a recording artist.
More news for Mac McAnally
- 05/21/20: For McAnally, it's "Once in a Lifetime"
- 11/20/17: McAnally suffers heart attack
- 07/28/15: McAnally readies solo disc
- 11/05/14: McAnally sets record at CMAs
- 02/12/14: McAnally finally makes Opry debut
- 03/02/11: Mississippi honors McAnally
- 11/10/10: McAnally wins CMA for Musician of the Year
- 11/11/09: McAnally wins musician of the year award
CD reviews for Mac McAnally
Nashville-based singer/songwriter Mac McAnally is best known as a member of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band and for writing such hits as Alabama's "Old Flame," but he has also been a recording artist in his own right since 1977. With "Once in a Lifetime," McAnally delivers social commentary with a sense of nostalgia and a biting sense of humor. In "Almost All Good," McAnally laments that we are "living in the misinformation age" in which ...
Surely, the title of Mac MacAnally's new album drips with irony; if there's anyone who's never been a nobody, it's this brilliant songwriter, singer and guitarist. The Alabama-born musician has penned songs for Kenny Chesney ("Down the Road"), Alabama ("Old Flame") and Shenandoah ("Two Dozen Roses"), toured with Jimmy Buffett, sat in on studio dates with everyone from Linda Ronstadt and Lee Ann Womack to George Strait and George Jones, was honored ...
Mac McAnally has been in the music industry as a songwriter, producer, and studio musician since the 1970s, working with Alabama (he penned their hit,Old Flame), Jimmy Buffet (as part of his Coral Reefers band), Amy Grant, Dolly Parton and Roy Orbison. McAnally has recorded 11 albums of originals, which were unable to compete with the 20-something, pop-country singing, coifed performers popular today. That changed when he teamed with Kenny Chesney for their number one single, Down the Road. ...
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