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Get ready to experience some amazing music at the Alabama Theatre in Myrtle Beach, SC by booking tickets to see the Isaacs. For one night only, visitors will be able to tap along with some of the best tunes from this performance group. It makes for a great time for music lovers of all ages!
The Isaacs group is comprised of a family who dedicates itself to providing some of the best vocals around. The family group has won many awwards and has more than 35 years of singing experience. Having honed their vocal skills for this long, it is no surprise that their tight-knit harmonies and masterful melodies are certain to impress. With contemporary stylings and a unique sound paired with acoustic instruments, this music style has been inspired by genres like folk, country, acoustic, southern gospel, and bluegrass.
The group is made up of mother Lily Isaacs and siblings Ben, Sonya, and Rebecca Isaacs. Each of the members is multi-talented in vocals and various instruments. With their impressive showmanship, they have earned the honor of performing at the Grand Ole Opry several times. They are also members of the Gaither Homecoming Videos and Concert Series and have performed their beloved music internationally. Just a few of the places they have performed include South Africa, Norway, Scotland, and Ireland. They have also performed at the Dove Awards ceremony, for the International Bluegrass Music Association, for the National Quartet Convention, and at the Inspirational Christian Country Awards. They've performed at CMA Fest, Carnegie Hall, and plenty of sports games to. Their awards include more than 7 Dove Awards as well as having been nominated for a few Grammy Awards.
Don't miss out on some amazing music with this beloved family group! The Isaacs are certain to impress with their bluegrass and folk sounds, acoustic skills, and masterful voices. It's the perfect addition to your Myrtle Beach vacation!
- Approximately how long is the The Isaacs?
It lasts approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?