Nathan Shirai (mandolin, trumpet, percussion, and any instrument we throw at him) and Stephen Humphries (hammered dulcimer and percussion) often accompany the band and are affectionately referred to as band cousins.
As Isaac writes songs for the church but heir desire is to engage people with the story of life and truth.
As Isaac has toured around England, Ireland, and Wales and have played for Precept Transform student conferences in the United States and Canada. In their home town of Chattanooga they've played all over in churches, coffeehouses, private parties and galas. But they also have gotten around to South Carolina, Atlanta, Alabama and Mississippi, as far west as New Mexico, and as far north as Chicago, Sheboygan, and Rochester.
As Isaac has opened for Kristian Stanfill, Audrey Assad, The Vespers, and Nashville singer-songwriters like Christopher Williams, Eric Peters, and Brady Toops. And they were a featured artist at the internationally award winning Riverbend Festival.
They serve weekly at their church Calvary Chapel Chattanooga in youth ministry, where they all met, and how the band originally formed.
A Little History
Vignette No. 2: Live At The Neighborhood Show, released November 29, 2016.
An As Isaac Family Christmas released on cassette (yes, cassette) and digitally November 2015.
Their single For My Good (with a radio version available) released October 2015.
The first album of their Vignette series, Time To Move On: Vignette No. 1 was recorded in an historic chapel, mixed by Don Chaffer, of Waterdeep, and released April 2015.
Their live album On the Run: Bluegrass and B-sides from ReCreate Cafe was recorded by Joey Young and released September 2013.
Their first full length album Headed for My Home was produced by Don Chaffer, of Waterdeep, and Greg LaFollette, of Trouvere, released June 2013 after being fully corwdfunded when they raised over $20,000 in less than 30 days.
*As Isaac songs are registered with SESAC and CCLI.