"Greta Isaac is a sixteen year old singer songwriter, heavily influenced by the likes of legendary folk artists such as James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Stephen Bishop and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young as well as more recent artists like Kate Walsh, Laura Marling and Bon Iver. Greta's music aligns itself with today's 'Nu-Folk' scene and you can certainly hear the influence of songwriters Rufus Wainwright, Gabe Dixon and Jellyfish, giving Greta's songs a new edge. Greta taught herself to play guitar in January 2011 and the song writing followed soon after, taking her inspiration from the experiences of those close to her as well as her own thoughts and take on life.
Greta's music has reached a level of sophistication which is unusual, to say the least, for a girl of her age and the purity and innocence of her voice has a sublime effect on her audiences. Her songs are honest and harmonically rich. She has been regularly featured on Adam Walton's Saturday night show on Radio Wales, as well as taking part in Cardiff's Swn Festival 2011. This has lead to Greta being described in high profile music magazine, NME as "a young woman who is wise with her years rather than beyond them" who plays "gently ruminative songs". Other online music magazines, such as A Musical Priority, describe Greta as having a "musical maturity far beyond her years" and a voice "so innocent and warming".
Recently, Greta has been featured on BBC Radio 1 Introducing in Wales with Jen Long and has been gigging throughout the year, supporting other Welsh artists such as Al Lewis, Toy Horses and The People The Poet (formerly known as Tiger Please). Greta plans to continue gigging, recording and song writing for years to come."