The Isaacs are a Nashville based, multi-award winning family group, consisting of siblings Ben Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs Yeary and Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, and their mother, Lily Isaacs, who is the daughter of Polish, Jewish Holocaust survivors. The band’s unique style showcases tight family harmony and blends their multi-genre musical influences of bluegrass, rhythm and blues, folk, country, and southern gospel. Known for their high profile collaborations, The Isaacs biggest fans and contemporaries include Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Alison Krauss, Alabama, Big & Rich, Trisha Yearwood, Merle Haggard, Don Williams, Paul Simon, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Ralph Stanley, Mark Lowry and Dailey & Vincent.
The family group can be seen on select dates with Football Hall of Famer, Terry Bradshaw, who executively produced their album Nature's Symphony in 432, which added a Grammy nomination and 2 Dove awards to their extensive list of accolades.
Frequent performers at the Grand Ole Opry, they are also regulars on the Gaither Homecoming Videos & Concert Series, and RFD’s Country’s Family Reunion programs. Other notable performances include Carnegie Hall, CMA Music Fest, and professional sporting events, including NFL, MLB and NHL games.
What People Are Saying
If you have never experienced the Isaacs in concert, there is your life before and your life afterwards. They are spellbinding! Quite frankly, the Isaacs are the best, to see and hear them is to witness masters at work. No matter what genre of music the Isaacs are invited into, their sincerity and authenticity always makes them the stand out group of the night. I dearly love the Isaacs and their music. – Marty Stuart
Oh, how I love The Isaacs. I love their hearts, their souls and their look. And, of course, God never gave anyone more beautiful voices than the Isaacs. They have been so generous through the years singing with me on different recordings of mine. And those are among some of the greatest of my personal treasures and pleasures. To know the Isaacs and to hear them is to love them. – Dolly Parton
Wow! Such talented people. You can't beat their family harmony. – Reba Mcentire