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University of Louisville Dental Student and UPS loader Katie Mac will perform with the Louisville Orchestra Saturday, November 12 at 8 p.m. She's getting a second chance at stardom as she sing with three of Nashville's top songwriters. Mac will join the Music City Hit-Makers that Grammy award -winning songwriters, Hillary Lindsey, Brett James and Gordie Sampson for one song.
Mac was just one of many who competed for the opportunity to sing with the Music City Hit-Makers by submitting a video to WAMZ.com. Hers was one of three videos selected by producer, Charles Dixon as a finalists and her over 400 votes beat out the competition
As a college freshman, she recorded and went on a radio tour with her single "Patty Jacked the Bud Truck" and was millimeters away from a Anheuser-Bush sponsorship, but her under age status kept her from realizing that goal.