LeRoy Mack McNees got his musical start with the Kentucky Colonels, he joined the group in 1959. LeRoy Mack, a native of Southern California, first got the Bluegrass bug after hearing a Flat and Scruggs record. The Kentucky Colonels recorded many albums together and appeared on local and network television shows, including the Andy Griffith Show.
In 1963 LeRoy Mack committed his life to Jesus Christ and co-founded the Born Again Blues Grass Band that was together for 31 years and recorded 12 albums. Currently LeRoy Mack has formed a new group LeRoy Mack and Gloryland, and they bring a special breed of bluegrass style music to an event.
In 2005 LeRoy Mack was the recipient of the prestigious L.A. treasure award for outstanding contributions to the City of Los Angeles in the area of Bluegrass.
September 26, 2019 LeRoy Mack as part of the Kentucky Colonels was inducted into the International Bluegrass Music association Hall of Fame.
LeRoy Mack has five CD solo projects and has recorded with Andy Griffith, Vince Gill, John Denver, Nashville Bluegrass Band and Laurel Canyon Ramblers.