Dove Award Winning Bluegrass/Gospel recording artist The Isaacs will be featured in an exciting event, set to take place at the First Baptist Church of Indian Rock in Largo, FL. The Isaacs will be featured on Saturday, November 4 at 6:00pm.
This popular family group, comprised of family matriarch Lily Isaacs, son Ben Isaacs, daughters Sonya Isaacs and Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, as well as son-in-law John Bowman, originally organized 30 years ago. Their musical influences encompass varying musical genres, including bluegrass, rhythm and blues, contemporary acoustic and Southern Gospel, creating a unique style of their own, as they marry bluegrass harmonies and instrumentation with modern Gospel lyrics. This unique style has captured the hearts of listeners nationwide. Honors and accolades have flowed their way in bunches. In 2005, they received a Dove Award from the Gospel Music Association, as well as two International Bluegrass Music Association Award nominations. They have enjoyed regular appearances on the famed Grand Ole Opry, and throughout 2006, in addition to their own concert events, the group will perform in excess of 60 dates on the highly successful Gaither Homecoming Tour with Gospel Music Hall of Fame songwriter Bill Gaither.
On Saturday, November 4, this nationally acclaimed musical family, who is enshrined in the International Country Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame, will bring its unique musical presentation to the First Baptist Church of Indian Rock in Largo, FL. This exciting musical event, featuring The Isaacs, promises to be one to remember. The Isaacs performance will include many songs which have soared up the Southern and Bluegrass Gospel music charts nationwide, including He Aint Done Me Nothing But Good, I Surrender All, Heroes, Friend Till The End, and their current radio release, Peace, which recently became the groups latest Top 40 hit.
To obtain additional information, call 727-595-3421. Make plans to join The Isaacs at the First Baptist Church of Indian Rock in Largo, on Saturday, November 4.
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