Sir Mack Rice

A Detroit vocalist and composer, Sir Mack Rice was involved in the R&B/soul scene beginning in the late '50s. He was a member of the 5 Scalders vocal group in 1956 and then joined the Falcons from 1957 to 1963. Rice was later road manager for the new Falcons before becoming a solo vocalist. Rice wrote several selections, the most famous of which is "Mustang Sally," a number that has been recorded by many artists, including Wilson Pickett and the Young Rascals. Rice's version reached number 15 on the R&B charts in 1965, and was the only hit he ever enjoyed as a solo performer. ~ Ron Wynn

  • ORIGIN
    Clarksdale, MS
  • GENRE
    Soul
  • BORN
    Nov 10, 1933

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