Isa Agape is a traveling recording artist and photographer based out in Kerrville, Texas.
“Recently I’ve been in sort of a hiatus.” She says, speaking of the last 2 1/2 years. As if she could change her love for music any more than she could change her name. Sometimes we forget our own right name on purpose – because the voice calling us is too magnetic, too deep, a voice heard in the curves and canals of secret dreams. To forget is the only way to avoid the gravity of a passion that immortal hands have sewn into the lining of the heart. “It wasn’t until going to a Paramore concert that a spark lit up in me to go back to my love for music and creativity. I realized that when things don’t go as planned, the pain and disappointment of that doesn’t have to put an end to your dreams.”
“I’ve had a good break. Got to grow up a ton. Now I feel I’m in a really different place as a person, as an artist, as a singer/songwriter, and, yes, I have some things that I want to share. I hope that you, who have followed me all these years and even you who just got introduced to me, will continue to be a part of this journey I’m on. My heart is to capture beauty, moments, write songs that are real, honest, true, hard, messy and difficult – songs that help people be at peace, get some answers perhaps, and most importantly come in contact with love!”
She’s also been involved in some work to help give the poor in Nicaragua, India, and Belize a future.
Just recently she and a few other fellow musicians got together and released a project to help raise money for the poor. To date they have raised $81,000.