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Grammy Nominations for the Isaacs' "Nature's Symphony in 432"
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The Isaacs latest CD, Nature's Symphony in 432: A Journey from Pain to Praise, is winning fans all over since its September release. It debuted at No. 1 on Soundscan's Southern Gospel chart and No. 8 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart.

This deeply personal album chronicles through song the journey through some "dark valleys of the soul" that the Isaacs have experienced, both individually and as a family, including disease, addiction and a stillborn baby. Still, as the title suggests, the theme is really about the goodness of God and His enduring faithfulness through every tearful moment.

The heartfelt lyrics, combined with the Isaacs' trademark floating harmonies, complex arrangements and expert musicianship, make for a collection that listeners will enjoy over and over. And the family has recently learned that this project has already been nominated for two Grammy awards in the first round of voting. The upbeat, victorious song "This Is the Year" has been nominated for Best Gospel Performance/Song, and the album is up for Best Roots Gospel Album. And the Isaacs continue to gain greater visibility through recent interviews with Rolling Stone, Guideposts, The Tennessean, Paste Magazine and more, as well as regular appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and a recent performance on "Fox & Friends."

Nature's Symphony in 432 features 14 new original songs along with a cover of "Great Is Thy Faithfulness." On that beloved hymn, the Isaacs are joined by the album's executive producer, Terry Bradshaw ... yes, that Terry Bradshaw. The football legend and the gospel/bluegrass group struck up a friendship a few years ago when Sonya and Terry met each other at the BMI Country Awards.

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Terry joined the family at the CD's release party, held at BMI in Nashville, along with a lively crowd of friends, family, colleagues and media personnel. Click below to see the Isaacs performing new material from Nature's Symphony in 432 at the event: