I remember a few years back, getting picked to help at Jeremy Camp’s souvenir table at The Rock & Worship Roadshow. Talk about fun!! Granted, I didn’t get to even meet Jeremy, which stunk, but I got free tickets for my husband, our son and myself to enjoy the show. I remember getting ready at Jeremy’s table, and seeing Adam Cappa putting his table together in the foyer. He was pretty new to the scene, and it really struck me that he didn’t have anyone doing everything for him, like most of the others. I went over and talked to him, and he was talking about his bus breaking down, and trying to get there on time, etc. He was a really friendly guy and had a warm demeanor about him. When I heard that he was going to be having a concert near me, I really wanted to go!
So on March 25th, my son and I headed down the highway to enjoy the show. We stopped for dinner first and really had a great Mom & Son day! Arriving at the Snowflake High School auditorium, we saw a few friends, and enjoyed some fellowship before taking our seats. When the show was getting ready to start, a gentlemen took the microphone that I had never seen before. I figured that he was just an announcer, or something like that. It turned out to be Isaac Bradford from Payson, AZ. He said that his band would be opening up with some music, before Adam was to come on. I figured it would be fun to hear someone else play, so I was ready!
A friend from our local Starbucks’ told me that her husband was filling in for someone on drums that night, and that was even more exciting to be able to see how he did. They got started, and all I can say is it was AMAZING! Isaac’s voice and all of the music was absolutely incredible. He has one of those voices that are perfect for being on the radio, and his style was so relatable. At first, I thought he might be related to Zach Williams, who I’ve found to also be amazing!
As the worship continued, I was so impressed with how well the guys did. I’m a sucker for the sound of the bass guitar (especially when my husband plays it), so hearing that sound from his band was awesome. They all had such great talent and weren’t overpowering each other, which is something that really impresses me. It all blended together really well. Being a high school auditorium, and knowing that the sound boards aren’t always up to par, I was very inspired by their talent.
After them, Adam came up and it was just him and his guitar. He did a great job, as well! He has very impressive vocal skills, and a talent for playing the guitar and engaging the audience. All in all it was a great show. My mind however, kept coming back to Isaac and his band. Being a neighbor in the mountains, down the hill a bit, I wanted to go up and talk to him to see what they were all about. It turns out that he is a Pastor at Calvary Chapel Payson and is trying hard to get his foot in the door of commercial worship. I asked if it would be okay to share about his band on my blog, and he was super happy and said “absolutely.” So here it is, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
Here’s a preview of some of Isaac’s songs:
He’s also got a GoFundMe page going to help fund a record deal. Knowing the cost of doing that, it would be great if you could help. Check that out HERE.
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