Junior Sisk - Lost & Alone
  • Patches on My Heart (single)
  • I Wanna Be Where You Are (single)
  • Patches on My Heart (single)
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:20) [7.63 MB]
  • I Wanna Be Where You Are (single)
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:55) [8.95 MB]

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Mark Hodges - President mark@mountainfever.com
Melody Cochran - Radio / Artist Relations
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Mountain Fever Music Group
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Willis, VA 24380

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Mountain Fever Records presents the new Junior Sisk single "Patches On My Heart." Available to the public January 25, 2022. Available here for radio now. We know you'll enjoy this song by 2021 IMBA nominated male vocalist of the year, and 2022 SPBGMA winner Junior Sisk, and his outstanding band. This single and the previous one are off of the upcoming release Lost & Alone.

In 2015, Sisk signed with Mountain Fever Records and has been happily turning out hit after hit for them ever since. His most recent album, LOAD THE WAGON currently tops the National Survey Chart with Bluegrass Unlimited as well as ranking in the top 5 on Bluegrass Today and the Roots Music Chart with various singles multiple times.

Junior Sisk is widely recognized as one of today's top bluegrass vocalists and is a constant reminder that traditional bluegrass is still alive and well. A longtime resident of the Virginia Blue Ridge, his bluegrass pedigree runs deep. Influenced by a father who wrote songs and played guitar and a mother who sang, Sisk first learned to play around age 14.

His early influences included The Stanley Brothers, Larry Sparks, and Dave Evans, but he often credits the Johnson Mountain Boys with inspiring him to pursue bluegrass professionally. Sisk first made his mark in bluegrass as a songwriter in the early 1990s, penning classic Lonesome River Band songs like "Game (I Can't Win)" and "Tears Are Blinding Me."

As a member of Wyatt Rice & Santa Cruz and Blueridge, he helped define the sound of driving, modern traditional bluegrass. Sisk founded Ramblers Choice in 1998, releasing Sounds of the Mountains on Rounder Records. After leaving Blueridge in 2006, he reformed the group and began a successful career with Rebel Records. His 2011 album Heart of a Song helped bring the band into the spotlight and eventually was named IBMA Album of the Year in 2012. Its single "A Far Cry from Lester and Earl," which Sisk co-wrote, became a rallying cry for a resurgence of traditional sounds in bluegrass and received the 2012 Song of the Year Award from the IBMA. Sisk was furthered honored when he was named 2013 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year, while his band earned the 2014 SPBGMA Bluegrass Band of the Year award. In 2016, "Longneck Blues," a collaboration with noted singer-songwriter Ronnie Bowman, was named Recorded Event of the Year by the IBMA. Most recently, Sisk received the 2017 Male Vocalist of the Year award from SPBGMA. He and his band now record for Mountain Fever Records and are currently promoting their third album for the label, LOAD THE WAGON
  • Members:
    Junior Sisk, Heather Berry Mabe, Tony Mabe, Jonathon Dillon, Curt Love, Doug Bartlett
  • Sounds Like:
    Junior Sisk, Lonesome River Band, Bill Monroe, Wyatt Rice & Santa Cruz, Blueridge
  • Influences:
    Stanley Brothers, Larry Sparks, The Johnson Mountain Boys,
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  • Profile Last Updated:
    05/16/22 12:05:46
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