Tennessee Proclaims Sept 14 “The Isaacs Day” In Honor Of Grand Ole Opry Induction

The multi-award-winning family group, The Isaacs, are honored to be citizens of Hendersonville, Tennessee and the sentiment is mutual.  Mayor Jamie Clary deemed Tuesday, September 14, “The Isaacs Day.” This honor commemorates the day they become members of The Grand Ole Opry.

“Congratulations to The Isaacs! As the home to many musicians, Hendersonville continues to be the place where artists write songs and rest between performances. As mayor, I am extremely proud to see our own residents performing on the world’s stage,” states Mayor of the City by the Lake-Hendersonville, Tennessee Jamie Clary.

“We are beyond honored and humbled to receive this proclamation by Mayor Clary.  Hendersonville is a great place to live.  We all are raising our families here and wouldn’t want it any other way.  Now, we are off the our induction to the Grand Ole Opry,” says The Isaacs.

The Isaacs are currently on tour in support of their recently released The American Face project.

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