Chris Isaak: Star Singer-Songwriter at the Greek Theatre, with Susan Tedeschi
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St. Patrick's Day falls on Monday this year, but you can still get your green beer and corned beef on "St. Practice Day" -- aka Saturday, March 15. The Queen Mary is hosting Shamrock 'N' Roll, a night of live music, pub games, Irish food, and of course, the ubiquitous green beer. Bands include The Mansfield Band (featuring Irish singer Anita Mansfield and Emmy-winning bass player Damon Stout), The MVPs (who have appeared with acts such as Santana, Ray Charles and more), Green Ashes, Craic Haus (an Irish rockabilly band), Dublin Public and Them Novus. And if you're worried about sacrificing basketball for partying, don't be. They'll be showing the conference tournament championship games on the ship. Full schedule is below. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Great show. Chris is fun and entertaining and his voice is superb, mellow and in top form. A cross between Elvis and Roy Orbison.
I also enjoyed Susan's singing. It was my first time actually listening to her. She's got some good stuff with a rough and earthy feel.
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A very likable entertainer, with vocals that are reminiscent of Elvis. He works well with the crowd, and has a unique sound quality that makes him quite distinctive from others. Did not enjoy Susan Tedeschi, she was over amplified!
Quotes & Highlights
- Hear music from Isaak's latest album at his <a target="_blank" href="http://chrisisaak.com/">website</a>.
- Visit <a target="_blank" href="http://www.susantedeschi.com/">Susan Tedeschi's website</a> for more information.
Chris Isaak taught himself how to play guitar and began writing songs as a teenager. He found early inspiration in country musicians, such as Hank Williams, who his father liked to listen to on the radio. His 1989 album, Heart Shaped World, featuring the smash single, “Wicked Game” became a hit on the Billboard charts and earned Isaak widespread fame. Now an accomplished musician, actor and television personality, Isaak maintains a vigorous touring schedule, stars in critically acclaimed films and is the host of his own weekly talk show, “The Chris Isaak Hour” on the Biography Channel.
His latest release Mr. Lucky is his first non-holiday studio album since 2002. Filled with his distinctive, sweetly moody, slyly sexy retro-pop, Isaak's fans will consider themselves fortunate that new music from their Mr. Lucky has finally arrived. The Hollywood Reporter said of the album, “It seems impossible that it's been seven years since Chris Isaak's last set of all-new songs. But Mr. Lucky makes up for lost time with 14 gems that showcase his sharp vocal stylings, particular brand of countrified pop music and (given his sex appeal) an equally impossible-to-believe preponderance of romantic heartbreak.”