Nashville, TN (December 10, 2018)
The Isaacs, one of contemporary music’s most harmonious groups, learned of their 2019 GRAMMY® nomination for the album, Favorites: Revisited by Request as “Best Roots Gospel Album.” This is the group’s second GRAMMY® nomination in two years. The album is produced by The Isaacs and executive produced by the legendary Terry Bradshaw. Be sure to catch them tonight on the “CMA Country Christmas” on ABC TV.

The Isaacs, Sonya, Ben, Becky and Lily, state, “We are overjoyed to learn of the 2019 GRAMMY® nomination for our latest album Favorites: Revisited By Request in the “Best Roots Gospel Album” category! After performing this collection of songs for over 20 years, we went back into the studio and re-recorded them the way we sound today. Songs develop the more you sing them…and we enjoyed revisiting these songs that were some of the first ever heard by the Isaacs. This nomination confirms our feeling that some older songs deserve to be heard by new generations. Our heartfelt thanks to the voters and to the Recording Academy!”

The group garnered their first GRAMMY® nod with the highly acclaimed 2017 release Nature’s Symphony in 432: A Journey From Pain to Praise.

You can currently catch The Isaacs in one of the following cities:
December 13  Elyria, Ohio
December 14  Renfro Valley, KY
December 15  Pelham, Tenn. (The Caverns)
December 16  Greenwood, MS
December 31  Canton, GA

For more information visit https://www.theisaacs.com

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Ross Cluver
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Ross Cluver is a 30 year Christian music veteran who has been with CCM Magazine since 1994. He is currently Associate Publisher at Salem Publishing & Managing Editor of CCM. Before coming to CCM, Ross managed the Harvest Rock Syndicate alternative Christian music magazine and also worked in concert promotion, artist management and radio. Send your industry news and press releases to Ross at: info@salempublishing.com

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