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Jason "Sweet Tater" Tomlin Departs Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice

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Jason TomlinJunior Sisk writes, "for the past several years fans of Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice have noticed the tight comradery within the band, especially during their live performances. While the band members maintain a very close friendship, we would like to announce bassist Jason "Sweet Tater" Tomlin's departure from the group."

Jason comments saying, "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!"

Junior and the rest of the band wish Jason nothing but the best!

One of today’s top voices in bluegrass, Junior Sisk has won the acclaim of fans and critics alike for his hard-driving style and commitment to the traditional sound. His distinctive, lonesome vocals earned him the honor of being named 2013 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year. Hailing from southwest Virginia, the epicenter of traditional bluegrass music, Sisk and his talented band continue to lead the way in keeping those beloved sounds alive as evidenced by them recently being named SPBGMA’s 2014 Best Bluegrass Band Overall.

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