Country-pop singer/songwriter Mac Davis has been given a star on the
Walk of Fame in Hollywood, Calif., according to a United Press
International report. Davis had a major pop hit with "Baby, Don't Get
Hooked On Me" in 1972, followed by a run of singles throughout the early
'70s. He wrote several tunes that were big hits for Elvis Presley,
including "In The Ghetto," and his career peaked in the late '70s with the
country- and pop-crossover hit "It's Hard To Be Humble" and a starring role
as a quarterback in the film "North Dallas Forty" with actor Nick Nolte.