Clint Brown and Sonya Isaacs to Release New Song


Clint Brown and Sonya Isaacs effortlessly intertwine gospel and country music delivering an emotional and powerful rendition of “When I Get Where I’m Going.” The song releases to radio and all streaming and digital platforms on June 23rd. Coming off the national radio success of Southbound (Clint’ Southern Gospel trio) achieving their first #1 song on the Singing News national chart and Sonya’s highly successful recent tour (with the Isaacs) with Reba McIntyre, Clint and Sonya excitedly announce this beautiful collaboration which was produced by Ben Isaacs and features background vocals by Seth J. Elbe and Jodi Braselton of Southbound. Clint and Sonya will appear together to celebrate the release on Facebook Live on June 22nd  at 7:00 pm CT on Clint’s Facebook Page. Click HERE to visit his Facebook page. 

Clint Brown stated, “I love to sing about Heaven. It’s the place we long for as Christians and where we know we will be reunited with those we love. I’ve got a lot waiting on me WHEN I GET WHERE I’M GOING and singing about it with a Southern Gospel icon and my friend Sonya Isaacs makes it even more awesome.”

Sonya Isaacs added, “I’ve loved this song from the first time I ever heard it. When Clint Brown  asked me to sing on it with him, I thought what a wonderful idea to revive this beautiful reassuring message in a different genre for all those who are longing for a better place. There is no finer singer in the world than Clint Brown, and I’m blessed to collaborate with him and Seth and Jodi from Southbound.”

Who Is Clint Brown?

With a strong presence anchored in praise & worship, Dove Award-winning Bishop Clint Brown is a staple pastor, singer, and songwriter. With a recording career that has spanned over 30 years, Bishop Brown has released over 22 albums and over 400 songs, many translated into different languages, with record labels such as Hosanna, Integrity, Daywind, Word, Maranatha, and Universal. In addition to his stellar music career, Bishop Brown has been a senior pastor and renowned speaker at churches and conferences internationally for over 20 years. Each year, Bishop Brown has overseen a major music conference, the Judah Music Conference, which reaches people worldwide and teaches keys to leadership and ministry while hosting pastors and members alike from over 500 churches. 

Who Is Sonya Isaacs?

Sonya Isaacs is the mandolin player and vocalist for Grand Ole Opry and GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame members the Isaacs. During her solo career with mainstream country label Lyric Street Records, she recorded two albums and began writing songs. She has had many recorded by top mainstream country artists including Trisha Yearwood, LeAnn Rimes, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, and Sara Evans, along with numerous bluegrass and Gospel cuts. Sonya has been nominated for Grammy Awards with the Isaacs and has won several GMA Dove Awards and other awards for her songwriting and performing. She is a frequent contributor to the music of other top artists, singing backing vocals for such artists as Reba McIntyre, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Trisha Yearwood, Vince Gill, and Carly Pearce, to name a few. Often kids will recognize her as a background vocalist for Miley Cyrus in the “Hannah Montana” movie. She has also appeared on the soundtracks of Disney films, including “Geppetto,” and “Monster’s Inc.” Sonya is married to renowned country/bluegrass/Gospel singer/songwriter Jimmy Yeary and they have two sons, Ayden & Gatlyn and a daughter Evya.

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