Byron Isaacs plays bass and sings with The Lumineers. He's also one half of Tiny Language, a project born out of writer's block. In this episode, we talk about getting past that block and creating an EP together, songwriting clubs, the balance of being an artist parent, and what it's like playing with one of the most popular bands in the world. Learn more about Byron HERE Songs featured in this episode: Almost Gone Gallery Girl Full episode notes, workshops, and more at www.thesonginside.me Buy me a mocha or leave me a note! www.buymeacoffee.com/thesonginside Please rate and review! Apple Spotify
Angélique is joined by musician, singer, songwriter Byron Isaacs (The Lumineers, Lost Leaders, Ollabelle) for a very special birthday episode. Our host chats with Isaacs about choosing music as a profession, how he is still creating, what trends he is seeing with musical collaboration and how he is staying busy and grounded as calls for self-isolation and social distancing in New York extend throughout the month of April. WATCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkNfxAZwnaE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Retired police captain Rita Mullaney tells a story about two dislocated people who secretly lived for years in New York City police precincts, and veteran musician Byron Isaacs, of the Lumineers, shares a song he wrote in response.SongWriterPodcast.comTwitter.com/SnogWriterInstagram.com/SongWriterPodcastFacebook.com/SongWriterPodcast
Byron is an in-demand session/touring bassist whose main band since 2004 has been NYC's Ollabelle. We talk about "Losing You" and "Gypsy Wind" from his debut solo album, Disappearing Man (2018), plus "Gone Today” by Ollabelle from Riverside Battle Songs (2007), and finish with"Horizontal Man" by Lost Leaders from their 2014 eponymous album. Intro: “Heaven’s Pearls” by Levon Helm from Electric Dirt (2009). For more, visit byronisaacs.com.Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon.
I can’t believe this is episode 95! Thank you for tuning-in and being with us for the last couple of years. This week’s guest is bass player/singer/songwriter Byron Isaacs. A Texas native, and proud former Hoosier, this Brooklyn resident, and Woodstock frequenter, is currently playing with The Lumineers as well as Lost Leaders. He’s also just completed a solo album, Disappearing Man, set for release on June 12, 2018 at the City Winery in NYC. Byron Isaacs is a founding member of the Americana band Ollabelle and has played with Levon Helm live at his Midnight Rambles and on both of his Grammy-winning studio albums. He played with Amy Helm and produced her album Didn’t It Rain. In the last fifteen years he’s also toured and/or recorded with Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, The Weight Band, Joan Baez and many more. Today’s episode is sponsored by ShowPro Beard Co.