Home » People » Mac McAnally

Mac McAnally's Pets

Does Mac McAnally Have Any Pets?

Mac McAnally's pet No Pets (Mac McAnally)

No Pets (Mac McAnally)

Mac McAnally does not have any reported pets.

Mac McAnally

Mac McAnally Pets


July 15, 1957 (67)

Links (Tags)


Mac McAnally is an American country music singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer, known primarily for his work as a member of Jimmy Buffett‘s Coral Reefer Band and for his solo career, which includes several chart-topping singles and award-winning albums.

McAnally’s career in music began in the late 1970s with the release of his debut album “Mac McAnally.” He achieved success with his 1990 hit single “Back Where I Come From,” which became a notable song in country music. As a songwriter, McAnally has penned numerous hits for other artists, including Alabama’s “Old Flame” and Sawyer Brown’s “All These Years.” He is a key member of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band, contributing significantly to Buffett’s sound. McAnally has also produced albums for various artists.

Throughout his career, McAnally has collaborated with several prominent figures in the music industry. His partnership with Jimmy Buffett is one of the most notable, as McAnally’s contributions as a guitarist and vocalist have been integral to the Coral Reefer Band’s success. He has worked extensively with Kenny Chesney, co-writing and producing tracks that have become staples in Chesney’s discography. Collaborations with Sawyer Brown’s lead vocalist Mark Miller resulted in some of the band’s biggest hits. His work with Alabama includes writing the hit “Old Flame.” McAnally’s musical versatility is further demonstrated through his collaborations with Zac Brown, Toby Keith, George Strait, Martina McBride, and Keith Urban.