Strings of Praise

Date:  October 5, 2018


Time:  Friday 7 PM | Doors Open at 6 PM


City/State:  Weaverville, NC


Venue:  Brookstone Church
(90 Griffee Road, Weaverville, NC)

Tickets Go On Sale May 1st at 10:00 a.m.
$20 General Admission | $30 VIP Ticket
VIP ticket includes early admission, choice of seating,
and Meet & Greet with artists from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
To get your tickets call: 1-888-238-6858
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On October 5th near Asheville, North Carolina, Ray Flynn Ministries (RFM) will present Strings of Praise featuring Multi Grammy Nominated and 8 Time Dove Award Winning – The Isaacs.  Joining the Isaacs will be Bluegrass favorites Primitive Quartet, High Road and Emily Ann Roberts from The Voice.  RFM is offering concert goers the option to purchase a $30 VIP ticket which allows attendees early admission and choice of seating along with a special meet & greet with the artists from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  This is sure to be an exceptional evening of music that combines four powerhouse artists for one incredible night.  Save the date and come join us!

The Artists:

The Isaacs – a multi-award winning family group who began singing 35 years ago are based out of Hendersonville, TN. The vocalists are mother Lily Isaacs and siblings Ben Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs Yeary and Rebecca Isaacs Bowman. Playing their own acoustic instruments and joined by other band members, The Isaacs have a unique style that blends tight family harmony with contemporary acoustic instrumentation that appeals to a variety of audiences.  Their musical style has been influenced by many  genres of music including bluegrass, rhythm and blues, folk, and country, contemporary, acoustic and southern gospel. 


They perform frequently at the Grand Ole Opry,  are active members on the Gaither Homecoming Videos and Concert Series, and travel internationally throughout the year to perform to welcoming fans in countries such as South Africa, Norway, Holland, Scotland, Ireland ,Israel, Canada and many more. Concert venues include civic centers, auditoriums, arenas, fair grounds, parks, churches and other locations. They have been nominated at and performed on the Dove Awards, IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) and  NQC (National Quartet Convention) Awards, the ICMA Awards (Inspirational Christian Country).  Other notable performances include CMA Fan Fest (Country Music Fan Fest), Carnegie Hall, and many professional sporting events, including a Cincinnati Bengal’s football game, Nashville Predators Hockey games, and an Astros/ Braves baseball game.  The Isaacs have won over 7 Doves in various categories and have had several Grammy nominations in their career.  They feel blessed to be able to travel and spread the message of hope and grace through song and story. 

Emily Ann Roberts brings the gospel message through her unique style of vintage country sound.  When Emily Ann takes the stage audiences encounter the presence of the Lord.  Her strong voice backed by the conviction in her heart brings an energy and excitement you won’t soon forget.  Recognized as a contestant on NBC’s The Voice, she became a finalist on season nine. Emily Ann has undergone success with two number one songs on the country iTunes chart as well as two top ten songs on iTunes’ all genre chart.  Her her love of vintage country music has been melded with her faith through the lyrics she has written on her very first solo project titled, Bigger Than Me, which debuted at the Gatlinburg Gathering event this summer.


Primitve Quartet has been traveling and singing gospel music forty-three years, and count it a joy and privilege to spread the gospel through song. Their ultimate goal is to see saints blessed and encouraged to have a closer walk with God and to help lead souls to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.  Their music is the traditional mountain shape note style singing accompanied by acoustical instruments including the mandolin, banjo, fiddle, guitars and acoustic bass. They play their own music on all their recordings and duplicate the same sound during their personal appearances.


High Road – From her hometown of 180 people to Nashville, group manager Sarah Davison founded High Road in 2010. Their rapid popularity has lead them regularly perform at leading Gospel music events such as the Gatlinburg Gathering, Myrtle Beach’s Singing In The Sun and the National Quartet Convention, Sarah has also shared the stage with iconic Country Music Hall of Famer George Jones, Chris Young and performed on the Grand Ole Opry with ACM Award-winner Mark Willis to name a few . Whether through story or song, the women of High Road are pressing on to what God has called them; trusting He will make their paths straight as they submit to Him, and no matter what lies ahead, they’ll be going wherever the high road leads.