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For the past 35 years, Isaac Points has been creating the groove that gets people on the dance floor. Whether Isaac was opening for Stanley Clark and Herbie Hancock, playing bass with Chuck Berry or Tony Bennett, performing USO tours with Joe Clemons, signing with the Platters, or playing amusement parks with Tom Slick and Jinx Jones his expertise of funk has been proven time and time again.The Denver native began his musical career at the age of nine playing trumpet. At 17 he switched to bass and began working Denver’s local club scene. Isaac has experimented with everything from Jazz to Country and is consistently committed to perfecting his art.
In the early 90’s a quartet called the Jakarta Funk Attack made its debut at the Rock Bottom Brewery. The band was made up of Tom Sandquist, Robert Johnson (now touring with “A Brief History of White Music”), Robby Chamberlain and Bob Rebholtz. When Isaac added Funk to the mix, Jakarta started packing the dance floors of Denver’s best clubs.