Mack, Jack and McConaughey joined by Kristofferson for concert with a cause

AUSTIN- The Mack, Jack & McConaughey team is at it again. Legendary football coach Mack Brown, award-winning recording artist Jack Ingram and Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey are teaming up for the fifth year in a row to throw a star-studded fundraiser weekend in Austin.

The trio just announced Kris Kristofferson will be headlining for the annual  ‘Jack Ingram & Friends concert on Friday, April 21 at Austin City Limits (ACL) Live at The Moody Theater.


“Jack & Friends has become the best pickin’ party all year with so many talented musicians lending their time to support the MJ&M mission of empowering kids. I am so grateful to our returning friends Kris Kristofferson, Butch Walker, Jessi Alexander, Jon Randall and all of the musicians performing this year,” Matthew McConaughey said.

Jack Ingram added, “This is truly my favorite night of the year because I get to be with the most incredibly talented and generous musicians I know, and we are able to do what we love: playing music for a great cause.”

“This concert is a real treat for me,” said Kris Kristofferson. “The talent that is brought together by Mack, Jack, and McConaughey is truly incredible, and I’m grateful to once again be a part of such a great cause.”

MJ&M supports non-profit organizations that share the important goal to empower kids. Funds raised at MJ&M 2017 will support the just keep livin Foundation, CureDuchenne, Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas, HeartGift, and the Rise School of Austin.

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Information for this article was provided by the MJ&M organization.

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