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8/17/2021 - 7pm - Midnight Madness Show - Isaac Cole

Published August 17, 2021
The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

Isaac is a full time musician and songwriter.  Usually he plays acoustic guitar, some electric guitar, banjo, harmonica, and occasionally the fiddle. Shortly after Isaac graduated from home-school in June of 2018, he moved to Nashville, TN to pursue his music career by songwriting and networking in the Country Music Capital! He had auditioned for Dollywood in January of 2018 while he was still finishing high school. Between Christmas and New Year of 2018 Isaac received a job offer from Dollywood for the 2019 season, so after about six months in Nashville, he made the move to Pigeon Forge.

Isaac is still working on his own music as well. During his time in Nashville, Isaac wrote “Too Nice” with Devon O’Day, recorded it with Jeff Bates producing, and released it as a single in March of 2019. He traveled across the country to promote the single to country radio stations, and was able to appear on the Music Row Breakout Chart for the first time in his career, thanks to the help of his manager/promoter Sarah Reed. During the same year, Isaac also wrote quite a few Christmas songs, with some of his favorite co-writers, Corey Lee Barker, and Randy Finchum among others. He recorded his first six song Christmas EP “Cole for Your Stocking” with Kimo Forrest producing, and released it in October of 2019. The single “Christmas Shoppin’ Again” was released to Country radio for the Christmas season, and Isaac has a new single scheduled for release in the spring of 2020. -

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