Country singer, songwriter, and actor Mac Davis died yesterday. He was 78. Mac started as a successful songwriter He wrote two Elvis Presley hits with "In the Ghetto" and "Don't Cry Daddy" . . . and Bobby Goldsboro's "Watching Scotty Grow". Mac's solo career included six Top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.His biggest hits included "Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me", "One Hell of a Woman", and "Stop and Smell the Roses". Hollywood came calling in 1974. "The Mac Davis Show" ran for two years, and his movie roles included "North Dallas Forty" and "Cheaper to Keep Her". He continued to act through the years with roles on "That '70s Show" and as the voice of Sheriff Buford on "King of the Hill". His last appearance was playing Preacher J.J. Sneed on one of Dolly Parton's "Heartstrings" TV movies on Netflix. He will be missed. To read more about Mac, just click here. I always enjoyed Mac Davis, even though that hit, Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me is a pretty chauvinistic song. But for the 70's, it fit. He was incredibly talented and was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame He and his talent will be missed. Rest in peace Mac Davis.