Junior Sisk to Mountain Fever Records

Mountain Fever Records has announced that Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice has signed with their label, with plans for a new album to be released next spring. 

"I had given great thought to my future and the path I wanted to take which would result in making some significant changes and gaining more control of my business," states Sisk. "I kept hearing such great things about Mark Hodges and Mountain Fever. Mark and I became friends over a very short period of time and I really feel like we are on the same page about my music. It's going to be a brand new start for the band with a new label, a new bus, a new website, and new songs on a new CD, and I'm also handling the booking in house. It's going to be an exciting time for us all and I can't wait to get started with Mountain Fever!"

The band plans to head into the studio this fall, with a tentative album release date of March 2016.

Trouble Follows Me

Check out Trouble Follows Me, the latest release from Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice! Released in September 2014 from Rebel Records, the album features twelve tracks from such well-known songwriters as Ronnie Bowman, Bill Castle, Tom T. and Dixie Hall, and Junior himself! 
  • Five songs on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 weekly airplay chart
  • Two number one singles - "Honky Tonked to Death" in Bluegrass Unlimited, and "I'd Rather Be Lonesome" in Bluegrass Today
  • Nine months on the Bluegrass Unlimited album chart
  • Nine months on the Bluegrass Unlimited singles chart for "Honky Tonked to Death"
  • Featured on Sirius/XM Bluegrass Junction's "Track by Track" show
"Any fan of traditional bluegrass will appreciate the quality of musicianship, songwriting, and singing that Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice deliver here."
       - Chris Shouse, Lonesome Road Review

"Sisk... imparts personality and emotion into every song in ways that mirror the greats of country music such as Haggard or Jones."
-Kevin Oliver, Country Standard Time

"Junior has proven that down-the-middle, hard core bluegrass can still be successful and relevant in the 21st century."
-Daniel Mullins, Bluegrass Today