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The Isaacs perform during the 2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels on Wednesday at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

The Isaacs can’t stop winning lately.

After several recent award nominations and an invitation to join the ranks of the Grand Ole Opry, the family band has been recognized with a day to keep all to itself on the Hendersonville calendar.

Hendersonville Mayor Jamie Clary recently deemed Tuesday, Sept. 14, as “The Isaacs Day,” the same day they formally become members of the Opry.

“Congratulations to The Isaacs!” Clary said in a news release. “As the home to many musicians, Hendersonville continues to be the place where artists write songs and rest between performances. As mayor, I am extremely proud to see our own residents performing on the world’s stage.”

The Isaacs said they were happy to receive the honor.

“We are beyond honored and humbled to receive this proclamation by Mayor Clary,” reads a statement from the family. “Hendersonville is a great place to live. We all are raising our families here and wouldn’t want it any other way.”

The Isaacs are on tour in support of their recently released “The American Face” album.

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