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Gregory Alan Isakov (born in 1979 in Johannesburg, South Africa) is a South Africa-born American singer-songwriter. He released his first album, Rust Colored Stones, in 2003.

Isakov has been described by Boulder Weekly, "Strong, subtle, a lyrical genius" and has been compared to his influences; Bruce Springsteen, Kelly Joe Phelps, Iron & Wine and Gillian Welch. Isakov's humble presence and his overwhelming voice and guitar style has been treasured by an ever-growing and captivated fan base.

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  • Avatar for lowlander
    Liars , whoaw :-)
  • Avatar for cedricsell
    He has become one of my favorite musicians in the last years. Discovered him through 'Californication' (which has a lot of pretty damn good music) and loved his music ever since. Even had the chance to see him live.
  • Avatar for Wildwdt
    This music never fails to relieve stress
  • Avatar for joshuak89
    Any word on a new album ever?
  • Avatar for tallsaint is telling me I've listened to this guy 7000 times now. Wow.
  • Avatar for tallsaint
    @blakeandcamp The Weatherman is a stronger album as a whole. This Empty Northern Hemisphere is fantastic, but it's not nearly as consistent.
  • Avatar for whipy
    @blakeandcamp let's just agree to disagree then ;-) all of the albums are amazing, but The Weatherman has some real gems. Living Proof, Time Will Tell, All Shades of Blue and She Always Takes It Black... I have to admit in the last two years I've listened more to those four songs than all of the songs on the previous albums combined (maybe with the exception of Unwritable Girl). After listening to all the albums probably 100+ times, The Weatherman is still the one I'd prefer. Can't wait to see if the next album can raise the bar even more!
  • Avatar for blakeandcamp
    @whipy It's got some great songs on it (Second Chances, Amsterdam) but as a whole it's not nearly as good as This Empty Northern Hemisphere IMO. Still an enjoyable album though.
  • Avatar for robinsvedberg
    The Empty Northern Hemisphere is instalove for me. Long time since i've found such a perfect album. It makes me happy
  • Avatar for whipy
    What's with everyone dissing The Weatherman? The more I listen to it, the better it gets. It's become my favorite album of the three over the past two years.

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