"The JackTown Ramblers’ new release Ramblin’ On highlights the passion, breadth and inherent musicality of the seasoned musicians who make up this well-oiled and strong-sounding 4-piece bluegrass band. Featuring a delightful mix of the old and new, the scope of songs and the talents of the members keep the listener’s interest and showcase the musicians in good stead. The classic combination of 5-string banjo (Brett Setzer), flat-top guitar (Shannon Leasure), mandolin (Gabriel Wiseman) and string bass (Mike Ramsey) all deftly played and well-balanced in the mix, delivers the generous 10-song repertoire in fine form. Exhibiting traits from the 2nd and 3rd generational mix, the band’s formidable debut effort features material and a delivery style which recalls the timeless wellspring of IIIrd Tyme Out, The Lonesome River Band and J.D. Crowe & The New South. "

    Alan Niederland

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“As I sit here enjoying the new release by my pals, The JackTown Ramblers, it hits home. It’s heartfelt music, delivered in an honest way, that is true to our southern Appalachian heritage. It’s good clean picking, fun, energetic music that you will be tapping your toes to. Enjoy!! I sure did.”

Darren Nicholson Balsam Range

"Long a fan of the superb mandolin stylings of Gabriel Wiseman, his sense of taste, timing and tone--the three essential Ts--is equally shared by his bandmates in The Jacktown Ramblers and their marvelous new album entitled "Ramblin On." A most enjoyable and musically satisfying listen of mostly mainstream bluegrass with a dip or two into some infectious swing. Very highly recommended!"

-- Mandolin Cafe

Scott Tichenor

Mandolin Cafe

Since 1995



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