Growing up in a musical family, Isaac Shepard began playing piano/keyboards by ear at the age of twelve and very soon thereafter joined the band his father, James, was singing and playing guitar in at the time. As a member of â€œDave and the Reverbs,â€ Isaac played keyboards at various soup kitchens, homeless shelters, social gatherings, church events, and random venues throughout Southern California.
Within a few years, Isaacâ€™s family (father James, mother Debra, and brother Elijah) joined together to form a family band they named â€œFour Shepards and a Lamb,â€ and in 1996 they produced a self-titled CD of original contemporary Christian music. In 1998, Isaac released his first solo album, â€œOn Subtle Ground,â€ featuring original keyboard instrumentals. Over the years, Isaac has played piano for numerous church worship teams and has continued to collaborate with James, adding piano to the rock â€œMoment By Momentâ€ CD and to the Beatles/Everly Brothers love-songs tribute album called â€œFrom Me To You.â€ In 2005, Isaac produced his first live piano album, â€œSwept Away,â€ a collection of.