Wiseman refuses to slow down
Friday, January 20, 2017 – At 91, bluegrass great Mac wiseman shows no signs of slowing down. He is out with his latest, "I Sang the Song," on Mountain Fever Records. Wiseman recorded the disc with the help of Nashville singer/songwriter Peter Cooper and Thomm Jutz. The three met for nine Sundays at Wiseman's home to write the songs for the album. Wiseman was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2014.
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Mac Wiseman's album is one of the most unique collaborative efforts in recent memory. While many music figures have released late-career albums made in partnership with producers and musicians best-known for their work in other genres in an effort to either reinvent themselves or to bring their music to a new audience, bluegrass great Wiseman opted to partner with songwriters in order to turn stories from his life into new songs.
"I Sang The Song (Life Of The Voice With A Heart)" ...