Sirens of the Ditch (2007)
Live at Twist & Shout (2008)
Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit (2009)
Here We Rest (2011)
Live From Alabama (2012)
Tecumseh Valley/ Pancho & Lefty (EP) (2013)
Something More Than Free (2015)
Sea Songs (EP) (2015)
The Nashville Sound (2017)
Live From Welcome To 1979 (2017)
Mercy Rose Isbell
Michael Jason Isbell
Angela Hill Barnett
Country singer-songwriter Jason Isbell was born in Green Hill, Alabama near the Alabama/Tennessee state line. His parents had him when they were very young so he grew up in northern Alabama with his parents and grandparents near their family farm. Isbell began learning to play various instruments when he was just six years old alongside his father and grandfather and began playing in a country cover band in his early teens. By the time Isbell was 16, he had the chance to play at the Grand Ole Opry and from here his music career began to take off.
Jason Isbell got his start by submitting his own demo tracks and eventually signed a deal with FAME Studios when he was 21 years old. He started out as part of the rock band Drive-By Truckers during the early 2000s and in 2007 he decided to part ways with the band and begin his own solo career. Since going solo, Isbell has released six successful full length albums, has topped the country music charts and has received four GRAMMY awards. Isbell is most known for his hit song “Cover Me Up” which has nearly 20 million streams on Spotify.