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Chris Isaak

Closed October 13, 2017

With his silky voice, stellar songs and quick wit, the rock singer dazzled.

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Why See Chris Isaak?

Reluctant romantic Chris Isaak is on tour!

With over 25 years of performing behind him and twelve albums to boot, Chris Isaak is still every bit a star today as he was in the 1980s, when he emerged onto the scene as country music's blue eyed boy. Best known for his sultry track Wicked Game, with its iconic, sensuous black and white video, Isaak is also an occasional actor, having appeared in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Silence of the Lambs, and even in an early episode of Friends as Phoebe's songbird lover.

Isaak's Holiday Tour

His last tour in 2012/13 was in support of the album Beyond the Sun, which was an homage to Isaak's musical influences - Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash - and was recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis, the albums namesake. After a few years break Isaak returned with "First Comes the Night" which he released in 2015. Now for 2017 Chris Isaak is going out for a special Holiday Tour to bring you his biggest hits along with some festive treats.

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Performance date: 13 October 2017

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