Mac has got guitar chops up the wazoo, as we say, and he can sing an old ragtime hokum tune with a just the right bit of cheek and playfulness. Outside North Carolina it doesn't get much better than this!
Mary Elen Leibowitz
Hi! Great to meet you!

My annual Guitar Retreat with Homesick Mac has been held for the 6th time in July this year! The 5th year great milestone has been marked with a Retreat Festival in July 2016, a guest teacher on mouth harmonica and loads of fun! Please check the dates for the 2018, we'll be waiting for you at the wonderful Island of Ven in southern Sweden.

Due to the very successful Christmas Retreat 2016, we'll be welcoming one group of Santa Claus Retreaters on Dec. 9th 2017. The location is still the (now windy and maybe snowy) Island of Ven. Please read more on the Christmas Retreat 2017 page.

I offer individual or small group guitar lessons upon request, both on the set and in addition to the Retreat. I call this "Mac Attack", a 4 hour long workshop that's turbo-charged with new skills _you_ want to learn, inspiration, optional video & audio recordings of the session and more. Please contact me for more info.
Homesick Mac's humble rendition of "Doc's Guitar" by Doc Watson
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    Blues Trio - a killer live act!

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    Sliding during the Malmö City Festival

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    Please visit the Sanden Guitars website
"Homesick Mac sings blues and traditional country tunes in a southern baritone as rich as molasses; his fingerpicking calls to mind Doc Watson, among others; and listening to Leaving, it is difficult to believe that he is a Yugoslav (now living in Sweden) who has never set foot in the US. But Mac has absorbed American musical idioms so well that he doesn't merely imitate Watson on "Deep River Blues," but takes the blueprint and runs with it. Exemplified by the title track, which could pass for a 70-year-old country blues standard, Mac's originals bespeak an artist contributing his own voice to the story and deserving greater recognition in the music's birthplace". (Vertical Jazz,
Ian Zack, Acoustic Guitar Magazine, USA