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Mac Wiseman Obituary

Mac Wiseman (Photo by Terry Wyatt-Getty Images for CMHOF)
Mac Wiseman (Photo by Terry Wyatt-Getty Images for CMHOF)
Mac Wiseman was a bluegrass legend known as “The Voice with a Heart.” The singer/guitarist’s big break came when he was asked to join the Foggy Mountain Boys. He moved on to Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys, singing on the classic, “Can’t You Hear Me Calling.” Wiseman had a long solo career that included the hit song “Jimmy Brown the Newsboy,” and worked with artists of various genres such as John Prine and funk master Bootsy Collins.

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Published online on February 24, 2019 courtesy of Tributes.com
Mac Wiseman was a bluegrass legend known as "The Voice with a Heart." For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here . Read Obituary

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