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If you’re looking for a way to spice up your holiday season, look no further than Chris Isaak’s Almost Christmas Tour. Isaak’s Almost Christmas Tour is a perfect way to celebrate the holidays with your loved ones, while also supporting a worthy cause. We caught up with him at the Brown County Music Center in Nashville, IN on November 18th 2023 The rockabilly crooner is hitting the road in November and December 2023, bringing his signature blend of retro style, sultry vocals and catchy tunes to venues across the US.
Isaak, who has been making music for over three decades, is best known for his hits like “Wicked Game”, “Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing” and “Somebody’s Crying”. He has also appeared in movies and TV shows, such as Twin Peaks, Silence of the Lambs and The Informers. His latest album, Beyond the Sun, is a tribute to the legendary Sun Records artists, such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison.
But Isaak is not just a nostalgia act. He is also a consummate entertainer, who puts on a lively and engaging show that appeals to fans of all ages. His Almost Christmas Tour is no exception, as he mixes his classic songs with festive favorites and original compositions. He also interacts with the audience, cracking jokes, telling stories and inviting them to sing along. He wandered out into the audience, even up in the balcony to greet fans.
One of the highlights of the tour is his partnership with the Bissell Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports animal welfare and rescue. Isaak is an avid animal lover, who owns two dogs named Rodney and Ziggy. He has teamed up with the foundation to raise awareness and funds for their cause, by donating a portion of the ticket sales and merchandise proceeds. He was working this show with the Green County Humane Shelter, trying to find homes for shelter dogs, and they brought along five beauties. Chris told us they’re waiving almost all the fees if you’re willing to take one of these lovable dogs home. He said, “If you get one of these, get in touch with us. We’ll take a picture with you, I’ll sing you a song, whatever, but they need to be out of the shelter, and shedding on your couch!” Then, he thanked the volunteers and went into his song, “Dogs Love Christmas Too.”
You’ll want to catch this show at any of his other dates across the country . Don’t miss this chance to see one of the most talented and charismatic performers in the music industry today.