Mack Rice

Nov 10, 1933 – Jun 27, 2016 (Age 82)


Mack Rice, the singer-songwriter who penned "Mustang Sally" and other hits made famous by Wilson Pickett and other big-name artists, died June 27 of Alzheimer's disease complications at his home in Detroit, Michigan, according to multiple news sources. For full obituary and coverage by, click here.

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Loved all the songs by Wilson Pickett! Thanks for writing the classic songs we still sing and dance to!

rest in peace sir Mack rice we will miss you from Kenneth floyd and family

Our thoughts are with the Rice family.
Continue to rely on God, and know that he hears your prayers in this difficult time. With caring thoughts.

Mack I really truly will miss you. You are a legend , a Saint and You gave me so much love. Ride on cuz ride on !!! R.I.P

RIP to my cousin Sir Mack Rice !...... I've always looked up to you, you've left our family with a lot of great memories and your great legacy . Your truly gonna be missed by all of us . Always , always for ever Love ❤ Mack Man

Please accept my sincere condolences. May the family know that God is near those calling on him(Psalms 145:18), and will give comfort during this grevious time.

RIP Mack, Thanks for all the wonderful music. A true Blessing. May the God of comfort, Comfort friends and family.