Isaacs Warmly Received At Grand Ole Opry

As the first family of Southern Gospel/Bluegrass, the Isaacs are entering territory others have dreamed of going. Performing fairly often at the Opry, the Isaacs once again received a very warm welcome when they sang on Saturday, August 31st.
The crowd was into their singing from the first song, “The Living Years”, but when they sang “Mr. In-Between” and the ladies broke into those close harmony parts, you could actually hear some swooning going though the crowd.
For their last two numbers special guest Bill Gaither joined them on stage. The audience cheered when Bill joined them on the a capella rendition of “Walk together Children”, however with the final song of the classic Dottie Rambo tune “If That Isn’t Love” the crowd erupted giving them a standing ovation.
On top of their Opry success the Isaacs have also been garnering attention with several award nominations, including Ben winning the NQC/SGMG Producer of the Year Award.
2013 Dove Nominations include Song of the Year – “Why Can’t We”, The Isaacs, (writers) Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, Sonya Isaacs, Jimmy Yeary, (publisher) R.I.Bowman Music (BMI)//Sonya Isaacs Music/Nashvistaville Songs (BMI)//EMI Blackwood Music Inc/Beattyville Music/Great Day A This Music (BMI
Southern Gospel Performance of the Year – “Why Can’t We”, The Isaacs , Gaither Music Group, (producer) Ben Isaacs
Producer of the Year – Ben Isaacs
In addition to the three Isaacs nominations, Ben Isaacs was nominated for co-producing two other projects, “Glorious Freedom”, Gaither Vocal Band, Gaither Music Group, (producers) Bill Gaither, Ben Isaacs, Michael English, David Phelps in the Southern Gospel Performance of the Year category. Ben was also co-producer on the Country Album of the Year – “Mercy”, Aaron & Amanda Crabb, (producers) Aaron Crabb, Ben Isaacs, as well as Back Home Again, Oak Ridge Boys, (producer) Ben Isaacs.
Lastly Ben was co-arranger of the Bluegrass Song of the Year nomination of “Standing in the Need Prayer”, Oak Ridge Boys, (writer)Traditional, Arr. by Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden, Richard Sterban & Ben Isaacs .
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