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Monday 16th October 2006

Scotland's Isla Grant releases her first inspirational album

MAINSTREAM Scottish singer Isla Grant had her first ever Christian album released by Rosette Records. 'Faith, Love & Hope' features such songs as "My Savior Walks With Me", "Lead Me To My Lord" and "The Day That Christ Was Born", the latter recorded with the Berrill School Choir. CR

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Posted by kath bell in altrincham,cheshire,england @ 20:08 on Sep 9 2013

I think isla grant a fantastic artist.i purchased the hope and inspiration cds sometime ago.isla,singing the song hope is such an uplifting song.i listen to it every night when I go to bed via my Sony cd is so relaxing to listen to and gives me plenty of food for thought,I also like lfcistening to her husband al grant.

Posted by Kelvin Scarth in Ashburton @ 19:22 on Aug 10 2010

Trying to find the words to Isla Grants song."Lifes story book cover"
Can you help or guide me where.

Posted by Betty in Australia @ 14:54 on Mar 19 2008

Would love Isla to record more songs of Faith whether they be her own writings or songs written by others. Even a recording of Old Favourite Hymns would be welcome

Posted by Mai in Ottawa Valley, Ontario, Canada @ 03:12 on Oct 23 2007

I work at our local radio station, and we just love Isla Grant.
We play her songs every day.
Hope she comes to Canada soon in concert---I know she has a lot of followers. People keep requesting her music.
Will keep looking for any knews about her coming here.

Posted by doreen mcqueen in australia @ 08:01 on Jul 12 2007

would like lyrics and words to some off isla grants songs

Posted by margaret in ky @ 12:12 on Nov 14 2006

love to here isla sing

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