Isaac Carree

Born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina, Isaac Carree found his voice in the choir stand while his mother commanded the pulpit at New Beginnings Community Outreach Church. He began his career singing with John P. Kee, and in 1995 he created the gospel quartet Men of Standard with Lowell Pye, Bryan Pierce and Michael Bacon. The group released several albums, and won two Stellar Awards for their 1998 project Feels Like Rain, which peaked at 11 on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart. Carree's first solo album, 2011's Uncommon Me, hit #1 on the same chart.

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Bobby Jones Gospel: Behind The Stage: Isaac Carree

Ike Nice shows no signs of slowing down as a solo artist! (12/28/2014)

Bobby Jones Gospel: Behind The Stage: Isaac Carree

Isaac Carree is having another good year! (12/16/2013)

Sunday Best: Behind the Stage – Episode 9

Isaac Carree, United Tenors and Kim Burrell! (8/25/2013)

Celebration Of Gospel: Rehearsals

Gospel's brightest prep for the show. (3/28/2013)

Celebration Of Gospel: Red Carpet Rundown

Exclusives: Kierra Sheard hosts's COG red carpet. (3/18/2013)

The Evolution of Isaac Carree

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