Junior’s long-time singing partner, Tim Massey, is getting married and moving on, and Junior shared a few words about the upcoming personnel swap.
“I will miss Timmy but would like to wish him and Patty all the happiness in the world, and success in their future together.
Though I am sorry to see Timmy go, I am excited about the new changes in the band. We have moved Jason ‘Sweet Tater’ Tomlin over to the bass, and hired Chris Davis on mandolin. I think you will be pleased with the new configuration.”
In addition to Junior on guitar and lead vocals, Jason Davis is on banjo, and Billy Hawks on fiddle, with Tomlin on bass and Davis on mandolin. Chris will also take Timmy’s place singing tenor.
A few other bits of Junior Sisk news…
Their next CD, The Heart of a Song, is scheduled for a September release on Rebel Records. Sisk had previously suggested that the title would be Cold Heart, but it seems like those plans have changed.
Junior has also recently signed an agreement with Steve Johnson and Mountain Music Entertainment for exclusive representation and management.
You can follow their tour dates online.
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