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Video tribute to Bart Wiseman RIP Bart

Bat Wiseman playing on tv

I only knew Bart Wiseman from the Music on the mountain Videos with Jimmy Fleming and recently started chatting with him about including Jimmy’s performance of “Just my Imagination” which you can see on our Dystonia awareness page.

Sadly Bart Passed away at the Weekend from a heart attack at the time he was actually doing a fundraiser for another local musician who had died. He was a big supporter of the Jackson County Roots Concert.

This is the live video he broadcast with the Honey Robbers shortly before his Death we are also featuring a from Bart’s last band below in another video.

As a Tribute Today I am sharing Ross Wiseman Performing Amazing Grace and a second Video from another channel on YouTube Total Media and Jimmy and Bart on the Music on the Mountian Show.

This is a Tribute to Bart from the Total Media Youtube Channel we hope to add our own full tribute here later. This video shows Bart performing classics like “House of the Rising Sun”, “Harvest Moon” and “Hello” by Lionel Richie and tells us why His Favorite song of all time is because of its sad background “American Pie By Don Mcclaean”. The Chat with the host shows the true down-to-earth and funny guy Bart was and how easy he was to chat with.

Bart and The Honey Robbers

Remembering Bart Wiseman Video Tribute

Bart Wiseman the music on the mountain series with Jimmy Fleming

We wish Bart’s family and Friends our condolences here on Guitardoor RIP Bart Wiseman wonderful musician with a heart of Gold.

4 thoughts on “Video tribute to Bart Wiseman RIP Bart”

  1. This tribute to my son Bart Wiseman was so beautiful. I cannot thank you enough!! There was only one Bart….there will never be another one. Words cannot describe how much I loved him and how much I miss him.

  2. Bart was not only so very gifted and inspiring in the decades we were friends and shared the stages, He was The example of what a Human should be. He and I shared the Philosophy of life that when you knew to do good for others, we did. We did the same for each other. It’s gonna be difficult to not have him on the other end of the phone talking about what is right and wrong in the human experience. The Man was as Spectacular a Musician as he was a Man.

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