Country music singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Isaac Cole first captured the nation’s attention when he earned a spot as a finalist on FOX’s “American Idol” Season XV in 2016 as a fifteen-year-old. He had already been noticed by the Gretsch guitar company that has endorsed the artist since the age of fourteen. Originally from northwestern Pennsylvania, Isaac was also the second youngest solo artist ever inducted into the Wheeling Jamboree, which is the nation’s second longest running country music show behind only the Grand Old Opry. He was second to music superstar Brad Paisley, and they were both taught lead guitar by the same teacher, Mr. Roger Hoard. After graduating from high school, Isaac made the move to Nashville to pursue a music career. In 2019, he spent the year as a full-time utility musician at Dollywood Theme Park. He played acoustic guitar, electric guitar, banjo, fiddle, and harmonica. After working there for only a month, he was given the honor of playing guitar for Dolly Parton herself. He has been performing and songwriting around Nashville for the past couple of years, and released his “Fifth” album in October of 2021. He’s had two of his singles released to country radio, that have broken into the top 100 of the Music Row Chart. In 2023, he is taking his music around the country with a full band, to play for his fan’s in their hometowns.