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Born and raised on the back roads of south Texas, Isaac Jacob grew up on his family’s ranch living the country life. The oldest of three boys and the son of an ironworker and a homemaker, he could be found bailing hay, running cattle, tending to the horses, and farming crops (watermelon and squash) with his uncles and grandfather. Parallel to his love and respect for ranching, his passion for country music developed while listening to The Highwaymen, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams 1,2 &3, Steve Earle and Shooter Jennings to get through the long days. Proving there is a connection to these legendary purveyors of the working man’s blues, Jacob began playing guitar and writing during his teen years and on into college while constantly working various jobs.