Singer Mac Davis passed away last week at the age of 78. Mac David known for many hits like "Lord It's Hard To Be Humble" and "Lubbock Texas In My Rearview Mirror."

"Lubbock Texas In My Rearview Mirror" was a song about leaving Lubbock to chase his dream, but at the end of the song, he talks about being buried in Lubbock and that is exactly what his family is doing.

Mac Davis will be laid to rest today in Lubbock. The service will be a private family service but the public is invited to the processional to Lubbock Cemetery.


As the legendary Mac Davis penned in his hit song, Texas In My Rear View Mirror, “When I die, you can bury me in Lubbock, Texas in my jeans.” Mac Davis will indeed be arriving in Lubbock on Monday, Oct. 5, where he will be laid to rest in a private ceremony at the Lubbock Cemetery. The entire community of Lubbock and Mac Davis fans are invited to welcome him home and pay their last respects by lining up their vehicles along Canyon Lake Drive, east off MLK Blvd. to the Lubbock Cemetery entrance.

UPDATE: Vehicles should be lined up no later than 12:15 p.m. on Canyon Lake Drive for the Mac Davis’ motorcade which will come through at roughly 12:30 p.m.

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