Sisk --who is now a two time winner of the prestigious I.B.M.A Male Vocalist Of The Year award, continues to shine as one of the top traditional Bluegrass artists in action today. This is his 4th album for the Rebel label, and follows up his prior "Album of the Year" prize for his "HEART OF A SONG" album that featured FAR CRY FROM LESTER & EARL. Sisk continues to find good and interesting material to record, such as the title song here (written by Ashby Frank). Other excellent cuts include A HOUSE WHERE A HOME USED TO BE, and IF THE BOTTLE WAS A BIBLE. A special treat is a great duet with Joe Mullins on the old song LOVER'S QUARREL. With a quality band behind him, and a large following of traditional Bluegrass fans, Sisk continues to tour extensively and to issue great CDs.