Mack Meadows is a North Carolina native but happily trapped in sunny Florida.
A music degree in classical guitar enhances his eclectic style- good music is good music in any genre.
But his heart is in Classic Country and his soul is in Seventies Rock
Playing guitar is a challenging and rewarding skill that can bring a lifetime of enjoyment…whether you strum in your living room or on a stage, music is a wonderful gift.
Based in the Upper Keys, Mack Meadows is a diverse guitarist in genres across the spectrum.
Mack has always loved sharing the gift of music and has built his career performing before audiences and teaching guitar professionally.
In addition to his command of contemporary music, he has studied with acclaimed classical guitarist, Dr. Stephen Robinson.
Prior to managing music stores across the Southeast for several years, Mack appeared as a solo recitalist and chamber musician.
He played three seasons at Seaside Music Theater in the pit orchestra as a guitarist, in such shows as Evita, Anything Goes, and Little Me, as well as flamenco guitarist in Man of La Mancha.
He has also worked as a studio session musician in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee.
Mack earned a Bachelor of Music Degree from Stetson University, where he was an original founder of the Stetson Guitar Quartet.
He is a current member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).
After living in Vero Beach for more than a decade, Mack recently relocated to Key Largo with his wife and family.
One of their favorite pastimes is snorkeling the crystal clear waters with their two boys, ages 12 and 17.