Junior Sisk

Age, Biography and Wiki

Junior Sisk was born on 6 November, 1964, is a Musician. Discover Junior Sisk’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born6 November 1964
Birthday6 November

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Junior Sisk Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Junior Sisk worth at the age of 56 years old? Junior Sisk’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from . We have estimated Junior Sisk’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Junior Sisk


In 2017, Sisk released the album The Mountains Are Calling Me Home on the Mountain Fever label. The current lineup of Ramblers Choice includes Sisk, Jason Davis (banjo), Johnathan Dillon (mandolin), Jamie Harper (fiddle), and Kameron Keller (bass).


In 2013, Sisk released the album The Story of the Day That I Died with Ramblers Choice, and also in 2013, released Hall of Fame Bluegrass, an album of duets with banjoist Joe Mullins. They selected songs from first and second generation bluegrass artists that has rarely been covered or heard.

In 2013, Ramblers Choice won the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America (SPBGMA) Bluegrass Band of the Year award.


In 2012, Sisk won the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) award for Song of the Year for “A Far Cry from Lester and Earl,” and he also won Album of the Year for The Heart of a Song. In 2013, he won the IBMA award for Male Vocalist of the Year, and in 2016, he won the award for Recorded Event of the Year for The song “Longneck Blues” (with Ronnie Bowman).


Sisk and Ramblers Choice released Heartaches and Dreams in 2010, then in 2011 released The Heart of a Song which contained the popular song “A Far Cry From Lester and Earl” and climbed the bluegrass charts.


In 2007, Sisk re-formed Rambler’s Choice with Massey, Darrell Wilkerson (banjo), Chris Harris (mandolin), and Billy Hawks (fiddle) and in 2008, they released the album Blue Side of the Blue Ridge on Rebel Records. The album contained original and traditional songs, and was produced by Ronnie Bowman.


In 2001, Sisk worked with the band Lost and Found, then in 2002, he joined Baucom, Bibey and BlueRidge. BlueRidge toured extensively and recorded three albums, and disbanded in 2006 because Bibey wanted to join Grasstowne.


Sisk formed Rambler’s Choice in 1998. Besides Sisk, the band included Massey, Elmer Burchett, Jimmy VanCleve, and Allan Perdue. Rambler’s Choice released the album Sounds of the Mountains on Rounder Records, but dissolved in 2001.


In 1995, Sisk and his cousin songwriter Tim Massey began playing with Wyatt Rice and Santa Cruz, which also included Elmer Burchett (banjo) and Ricky Riddle (mandolin). They released the album Picture in a Tear in 1996.


In the early 1990s, Sisk wrote songs made popular by the Lonesome River Band, such as “A Game (I Can’t Win),” “My Heart Belongs to You,” and “Tears are Blinding Me.” Playing bluegrass every Saturday at Partners II bar in Centreville, Virginia, he met many other bluegrass musicians, such as Del McCoury, the Johnson Mountain Boys, and the Bluegrass Cardinals.