Let’s Get Plugged in — Isaac Carree Hosts the Plug Conference

Let’s Get Plugged in — Isaac Carree Hosts the Plug Conference

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Join award-winning singer, songwriter, author, Isaac Carree for the first ever, The Plug conference, January 11-January 13 at the Dream Center in Atlanta GA. ET’s Get Plugged In — Isaac Carree Hosts the Plug Conference.

Isaac Carree

With the goal to create a forum that tell people the WHOLE truth about the music business, Carree will host leaders from the music industry to share important and practical information for rising singers, songwriters, and creatives. The Plug will address real-life concerns for musicians and artists.

Among the classes being offered include “Get Plugged into the Difference Between Worship Leader vs Artist,” “Health, Life Insurance and Taxes,” “Artist Development 101,” and “The Plug 2018 Presents: Entertainment Law & Business.” This informative conference is for anyone interested in learning more about the business on every level. Isaac Carree

Among those joining Carree are Dr. Khaalida Forbes, Kirk Franklin, Bishop Hezekiah Walker, Bishop William Murphy, John Gray, James Fortune, Jawn Murray, and so many more. The 3-day conference kicks off on Thursday, January 11 at the opening service which will include a special tribute to Yolanda Adams and Tasha Cobbs Leonard. The guest speaker that evening will be Pastor Tolan Morgan.

Also slated is the much-anticipated Men of Standard reunion concert on Friday, January 12. The concert which will include appearances with all the original members is free to all VIP registrants, and $10 for all other guests. All events will take place at the dReam Center Church of Atlanta located at 2600 H.F. Shepherd Drive; Decatur GA 30034.

General registration is $45 and VIP registration is available for $65. To learn more, view conference schedule and register visit: www.isaaccarree.com.

is an American gospel musician. He started his music career, in 1996, with the gospel group Men of Standard, yet his solo career commenced in 2011, with the release of Uncommon Me by Sovereign Agency. His second album, Reset, was released by Door 6 in 2013.[1] Both albums charted on The Billboard 200 along with chartings on Gospel Albums and Independent Albums charts.

Issac Carree Early life

Carree was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, on April 28, 1973, as Isaac Thompson Carree III, to his mother Pastor Nancy Wilson of New Beginnings Community Outreach Church in Greensboro, North Carolina and father Isaac Thompson Carree, Jr..

Music career

His music career got started in the early 1990’s as a member of Pastor John P Kee’s New Life Community Choir (NLCC), being featured on the song “Wave It Away.” In 1995 Carree left the NLCC to begin work with the gospel music group Men of Standard, a group that has recorded five projects that charted on Billboard’s Gospel Albums Chart; however, his solo career commenced in 2011, with the release of Uncommon Me by Sovereign Agency on August 23, 2011

This album was his breakthrough release on the Billboard magazine charts, with chartings on The Billboard 200 at No. 48, Gospel Albums at No. 1, and at the No. 5 position on the Independent Albums chart.

Carree won a Stellar Award for his debut solo album.The subsequent album, Reset, released on May 25, 2013 by Door 6 Records. The album charted on all three of the aforementioned chart with the album placing at No. 41 on The Billboard 200, No. 1 on the Gospel Albums, and Independent Albums at No. 10.