Jason Tomlin, who has played bass and sung tenor and baritone as a member of Junior Sisk & Rambler’s Choice this past few years, has announced that he will be leaving the band this Fall.
In a statement released today, Jason says…
“I have decided that I will be leaving Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice in October of 2014. I am so thankful to have gotten the opportunity to run the roads and play some great, fun music with an awesome bunch of guys! My dream as a kid was to play music on the road, and thanks to JS&RC, I got to live my dream, and for that, I am forever grateful!
I’ll be focusing more of my time on playing with the band that my brother, Justin Tomlin, my best friend, Cason Ogden, and I started years ago, The Deer Creek Boys. I will also be working part-time for Tru-Ball Archery.
I would like to thank everyone who has been a part of this awesome part of my life! There’s too many to list here, but thank you all for all the great memories and I hope to make many more down the road!”
Tomlin was a favorite on Junior’s show for his overwhelming enthusiasm, and his quirky, passionate expressions while playing. He is affectionately known to fans and friends as Tater.
Accompanying Jason’s statement was a note from Sisk wishing him nothing but the best.
You can check Junior’s web site for a chance to catch the Sweet Tater with the band before he takes his leave.