Chris Isaak Holiday Tour
He’s been nominated for Grammys and recorded chart-topping hits such as “Wicked Game,” “Baby Did a Bad Thing” and “Somebody’s Crying.” You’ve seen him in David Lynch films and his own Showtime sitcom. Now, Chris Isaak makes his Las Vegas Wynn debut in a limited run in the intimate Encore Theater for only two nights only: Friday, Dec. 20, and Saturday, Dec. 21. Excellent deals on tickets are now available on ShowTickets.com. This is the 30th anniversary of Chris’s breakthrough album, Heart-Shaped World, and you’ll hear classic tunes as well as holiday favorites with his signature smooth crooning style and his longtime band Silvertone. Few performers possess Chris’ versatility. His voice can go from a dusky baritone to a sweet falsetto. From rockabilly rebel to heartbroken crooner to acoustic storyteller, he never fails to capture audiences. "You know, I've never tried to jump on a trend, and I've never had to jump off of one," Isaak has said. "I try to do what feels right for each song.”
You probably know him as a crooner of heartbreak songs. But that’s not all Chris Isaak has in store for this tour, especially since it’s the holiday season. Isaak released a holiday-themed album in 2004 called Christmas, and you won’t want to miss the chance to catch him crooning beloved Christmas classics like “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town.” Plus, you might even get the chance to hear him perform his original holiday song, “Christmas on TV.” Called “rockabilly’s greatest modern ambassador” by Rolling Stone, he’ll no doubt showcase his versatility with a set of his signature rollicking tunes, such as “Notice the Ring," "Please, " Wicked Game," " Don't Make Me Dream About You," "San Francisco Days" and "Blue Hotel,” as he has on his several previous holiday tours.