Junior Sisk announces new line-up
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Junior Sisk announces new line-up

Tuesday, July 12, 2011 – The line-up of bluegrass band Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice changed, Sisk announced.

Singer Tim Massey left the band. "He is getting married and is pursuing new endeavors," Sisk said. "I will miss Timmy, but would like to wish him and Patty all the happiness in the world and success in their future together."

Jason "Sweet Tater" Tomlin moved over to the bass with newcomer Chris Davis on mandolin

Sisk and band will release "The Heart of a Song" on Rebel Records in September. "We have a full schedule this year and are looking forward to a stellar year in 2012," Sisk said.


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CD review - The Mountains Are Calling Me Home Junior Sisk & Rambler's Choice has a couple of great things going on on "The Mountains Are Calling Me Home." Foremost, the quality of the songs included; the selection is simply genius. Listeners are almost dared to find a song that is not top notch, catchy or meaningful. It cannot be done; the songs are of the highest quality. Secondly, through the years Sisk has developed a distinguishable voice among his peers. Granted, Sisk is not completely unmistakable like Ralph Stanley ...
CD review - Poor Boy's Pleasure Traditional bluegrass doesn't get much more traditional these days than the kind being made by Junior Sisk and Rambler's Choice; his Jimmy Martin and Stanley Brothers inspired style feels at times as if Sisk and his band are channeling the ghosts of those giants of the genre. This collection of classic-sounding new songs follows the 'if it ain't broke' model of continuing to do what the band does best. Sisk nods directly to Martin on the tribute "Jimmy, J.D. ...
CD review - Trouble Follows Me There's a direct line from classic country music to the bluegrass traditionalists, and Junior Sisk walks it better than anyone in the business. Call it high lonesome honky-tonk, a distillation of Bill Monroe's attitude into the heart of the legacy left behind by George Jones. Sisk and company are still a bluegrass band in practice as well as sound, with the standard drum-less banjo-fiddle-mando-bass lineup intact, and the pickers in Ramblers Choice are among the best in their respective fields. ...


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