Junior Sisk drops Honky Tonked To Death

| August 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Honky Tonked To Death - Junior Sisk & Rambler's ChoiceThe first single from Junior Sisk & Rambler’s Choice’s upcoming Rebel project, Trouble Follows Me, was released today.

Honky Tonked To Death was written by Bill Castle, and tells of romance destroyed by a cheating lover who wrecked his life running ’round. As the chorus puts it, “Love didn’t die of natural cause, it was honky tonked to death.”

Junior gives his plaintive best along with his touring band on this number. Special kudos to former Rambler’s Choice member, Billy Hawks, for the fiery five-string fiddle intro.

 

Honky Tonked To Death is available for download purchase now online, and to radio programmers at Airplay Direct.

Look for Trouble Follows Me on September 16 with new songs from Ronnie Bowman, Milan Miller, Tom T. and Dixie Hall, and Junior Sisk.

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