Geoff Mack, Australian country singer-songwriter, Died at 94


Albert Geoffrey McElhinney was born on December 20, 1922 and died on 21 July 2017.

He better known as Geoff Mack.

He was a country singer-songwriter.

McElhinney was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia on 13 June 2005 with the citation, For service to country music and to the community, particularly through support for senior citizens’ groups.

Whiles he was a songwriter, McElhinney wrote “I’ve Been Everywhere” which was an Australian hit for Lucky Starr in April 1962 and became popular in North America when adapted for Hank Snow in November.

There where more than 130 cover versions have been recorded.

Albert Geoffrey McElhinney passed away at 94 years old.