Isaac Sulzle – He doesn’t play jazz, but he’s jazzy. He doesn’t play funk, but he’ll get down. He doesn’t play punk, but he’s chaotic. He doesn’t play metal, but he’s heavy. He doesn’t play blues but he’s got the balls. He doesn’t play reggae, but he can dance. He doesn’t play rock, but he knows how.
To describe Isaac’s songs is to say: live life passionately, think for yourself, give love and have a little fun while doing it.
Isaac Sulzle ? He doesn?t play jazz, but he?s jazzy. He doesn?t play funk, but he?ll get down. He doesn?t play punk, but he?s chaotic. He doesn?t play metal, but he?s heavy. He doesn?t play blues but he?s got the balls. He doesn?t play reggae, but he can dance. He doesn?t play rock, but he knows how.
To describe Isaac?s songs is to say: live life passionately, think for yourself, give love and have a little fun while doing it.
At age 14 Isaac Sulzle was involved in a car accident that crushed his hips and ended his hope?s to participate in sports while in high school. In every tragedy, lies possibility. As one door is shut, a new door is opened. With a healed body and an uncertain spirit, Isaac turned to writing and the new guitar he received on his 15th birthday as a new source of hope.
Through the pen and paper he reveals his inner passions, Isaac songs encourage the mind to form opinions independent of today?s Pop Culture, love songs with words and melody?s that fill the heart and songs that tell light hearted stories about fictional people that connect with the listener?s fun side. American Idol preliminary, Galaxy of Stars, held through out Nebraska, selected the song ?Heaven? in the top 4 songs out of 25 songs.
Isaac has rocked to welcome ears throughout the Midwest in cities like, Omaha & Lincoln NE, Council Bluffs & Sioux City IA. Nebraska?s largest Rock festival, Comstock Rock in Comstock NE as well as the Blue river festival held in Beaver Crossing NE.
With catchy guitar riffs, passionate vocals, high-energy guitar solos, and melodies that soar, the songs will fly across your ears with a sense of cohesiveness. Put Led Zepplin, Pearl Jam, Jimi Hendrix and a dash of Lenny Kravitz into a blender and out will come Isaac Sulzle with a sound uniquely his own.