Thanks so much to Tad Dickens for the great write up in the Roanoke Times and World News..
“Way out in the sticks north of Willis, where most people don’t go and most people don’t know, a serious case of “empty nest syndrome” led a Floyd County man to create a bluegrass, Americana and folk music hot spot.
It’s the home of the Mountain Fever studio, where for about a dozen years, performers from across the country, including bluegrass stars Volume Five, Mountain Faith and Ferrum’s own Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice, have come to record.
Recently, Mountain Fever Records released a collection of music from Country Music Hall of Fame member Mac Wiseman, “I Sang the Song (Life of the Voice with a Heart).” It features performances from John Prine, Alison Krauss, Sierra Hull, Sisk, Shawn Camp and Andrea Zonn. The disc made a USA Today list this month of the best albums out of Nashville, Tennessee, so far this year, ranked with music from Chris Stapleton, Krauss and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit.”
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