In a community full of world-class musicians, Dave Isaacs is known around Music City USA as the “Guitar Guru of Music Row”. The New York native has called Nashville home since 2005, and balances parallel lives as a performing roots-rock guitarist/singer/songwriter and as a successful music coach and teacher. Over the course of a twenty-five year performing career, Dave has played rock & roll from the stage of Yasgur’s Farm jazz with Les Paul at Manhattan’s legendary Iridium nightclub, and honky-tonk music in the world-famous clubs of Nashville’s Lower Broadway. Onstage, the word most often used to describe his performances is “energy”, with aggressive, driving guitar playing and a dynamic presence that radiates to every corner of the room. Dave’s 10th independent release “Late At Night” is a diverse showcase of his range as a writer and musician. Co-written and co-produced with internationally acclaimed author and film producer Stephen Trombley and recorded and mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Rich Adler, the 5-song EP runs from swampy funk to cabaret jazz to twangy old-school rock & roll. With a vocabulary this wide, some musicians might simply come across as musical chameleons, but Isaacs’ distinctive writing, playing, and singing on “Late At Night” paint a picture of an artist who has carved out a category all his own.