Whether he's crooning in a haunting falsetto on "Wicked Game" or channeling blues greats on "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing," rocker Chris Isaak oozes a sexy, retro cool that gives his music a timeless quality. It's that evocativeness and strong songwriting that have made him a muse for filmmaker David Lynch, a Grammy nominee and one of VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists. In recent years, Isaak has paid tribute to his influences, covering Elvis, Johnny, Roy and more on his Sun Studio album, and released an acclaimed album of new songs, which prompted The Boston Globe
to write, "no one does heartbreak and yearning quite like this." Now Isaak hits the stage at City National Grove of Anaheim on his Holiday Tour
, playing favorites from his catalog as well as holiday classics. There's nobody better to croon you into the season.