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Multi-Platinum & 2x Grammy Winning

Session Bassist | Songwriter | Composer


Isaac Wriston has been playing bass for top producers and artists around the world since 2009. He has worked with renowned organizations such as American Idol, Warner-Discovery, and The Olympics, as well as talented artists and producers like Cardiak, Dylan Graham, Micah Wilshire, H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, Muni Long, and Jimmie Allen.

Isaac's parents were both involved in live and studio performances from musical families with a background in southern gospel. Growing up, Isaac learned about music as if it were the family business, with most family gatherings spent discussing music-related topics. He had the opportunity to watch his mother perform and lead a full band through a song they were hearing for the first time. With the help of local session musicians, Isaac learned how to respect compositions and treat every performance as "live to tape".

After receiving a full tuition scholarship from Alderson-Broaddus University and the University of Memphis to perform in ensembles, Isaac traveled to Nashville to rehearse and perform. He began playing bass for ex-American Idol contestant Jimmie Allen. He later toured with other artists like Jana Kramer, Chase Bryant, and Cassio Monroe as both their bassist and music director. 

Isaac's ability to find and hire a full band with a horn section, program backing tracks, and even create t-shirt designs and websites helped him secure a marketing position with defunct Warner indie label, HitShop Records. While there, he collaborated with the label's roster in content creation, album pre and post-production, routing, and merchandising.

Today, Isaac is a 2-time Grammy winner and a Grammy-nominated songwriter, with credits achieving over 1 billion streams. He is the go-to for producers like Cardiak, Dylan Graham, UglyFace, MegaRan, and independent production teams responsible for the music on Netflix, Warner-Discovery, NBC Universal, and The Olympics.


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