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Gregory Alan Isakov

Colorado-based, South Africa-born Gregory Alan Isakov "makes quietly lush, deeply vibrant music more rooted in the starry night sky than any terrestrial locale," said Paste Magazine. After his family immigrated to the U.S. in opposition to apartheid, Isakov was reared on his parents' music collection consisting of two records, "Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits" and "We Are The World." After moving to Colorado in 1999 to study horticulture, he embarked on a career as an acoustic singer-songwriter, debuting with the gentle "Rust Colored Stones" in 2003, followed by 2005's "Songs for October" and the Celtic-influenced "That Sea, The Gambler" in 2007.

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