Gregory Alan Isakov to Sweden this fall

By on June 9, 2018

Gregory Alan Isakov is the folk singer who has lived much of his life on the move. Born in South Africa but raised in the United States, Isaac began to tour the country and kingdom around as a 16-year-old. The music breathes both folk and indie and with songs like “Big Black Car” and “The Stable Song” Isakov has quickly become a world affair. On November 24th he makes a long-awaited tour stop at Nalen.

Tickets were released yesterday, Friday 8 June, via

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa and now with Colorado as a home, Gregory Alan Isakov has been on his way, basically all his life. Isakov’s songs tell mastery stories about miles after miles on the road, beautiful scenery and the hunt to feel at home somewhere.

The song creation is unique and profound with clear influences of greats such as Leonard Cohen and Bruce Springsteen. The texts have made Isakov, among other things, described as a “lyrical genius”.

After several successful solo albums, Isakov 2016 released the album “Gregory Alan Isakov With The Colorado Symphony”, where he collected his best songs in new tapes made with The Colorado Symphony Orchestra.

On November 24th, Gregory Alan Isakov visits Nalen and we long for!

Helena Olofsson, Culture & Music | Stockholm