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The Isaacs at the Opry
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Way to go, Isaacs! Showcasing the amazing harmonies that Gaither Homecoming audiences have come to love, the Isaacs gave a spectacular performance at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry on July 5th. This group is so talented that it is hard to find a category to place them in, but they are right at home on the Opry and the fans loved them. The Isaacs performed on two shows during this star-studded night that included artists Carrie Underwood and The Band Perry as well as the great Opry regulars.

Lily Isaacs stated “The people at the Opry always make us feel so comfortable. General Manager of the Opry, Pete Fisher, never fails to make this a pleasant experience, and the performers are the greatest musicians in the world.”

The Isaacs are known for their close family harmony, and their extraordinary abilities to play all those instruments delight listeners everywhere they go. The Opry was no different, as the group set the crowd on fire, singing songs from their soon-to-be released album The Living Years. The audience loved their rendition of the Dottie Rambo classic “If That Isn't Love," and there was plenty of hand-clapping when they started singing “Walk On,” penned by Sonya Isaacs Yeary, Becky Isaacs Bowman, and Ronnie Bowman (coincidentally not related to Becky).

Ben Isaacs really enjoyed the experience, saying “Being at the Opry is always a fun-filled night, but this time we had Becky's husband John Bowman and my Gaither Homecoming buddy Kevin Williams playing with us. It was a great night. All of the kids were excited when they got their pictures taken with Carrie Underwood and The Band Perry.”

You can find out more about the Isaacs at theisaacs.com or facebook.com/TheIsaacs. And click here for more great Homecoming Magazine articles about this talented group!