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Listen To Win Chris Isaak Tickets

Chris Isaak is coming to Orlando and 1059 SUNNY FM is giving you a chance to score a pair of tickets!

Listen to The Rick Stacy Morning Show Monday – Friday this week for a chance to win two tickets to see Chris Isaak at the Hard Rock Live on October 12th! 22 more words


Grammy-Nominated Chris Isaak And His Band Return To The Historic Pantages Theatre Aug. 9

Singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor and talk show host CHRIS ISAAK, and his band Silvertone, return Minneapolis for one night only at the historic Pantages Theatre (710 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis) on Wednesday, Aug. 126 more words

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Heart Shaped World - Chris Isaak [#573]

Trouble all around, says Chris in this his third album.

This was the second Chris Isaak album I added to my collection and was the first that hadn’t been copied from a friend’s CD onto cassette (Thanks, Mike!) and the first I bought having seen Mr Isaak play at my first gig at the Royal Court in Liverpool. 215 more words


Graduation Day

Chris Isaak’s 1995 effort Forever Blue is a sweetly sung musical breakup, complete with all of the highs and lows that the end of a relationship can encompass — everything from despair and anger to desperate, self-deluding hope. 891 more words

Formentera blue...

Ok you have the everlasting and historical Blue Bar at the playa Migjorn, a mythical place that transformed over the years from a chilling hippie meeting point into an alien spacy hotspot with good livebands and tasty food. 181 more words


Wicked Little Towns 1: Enaid, Leuqerp Doog N Mad.

Through the darkness of future’s past

The magician longs to see.

One chants out between two worlds:

“Fire, Walk with Me.”

 Cousin Franz: To make good erotica, one must be convinced sex comes from God. 483 more words


Things I Read Off the Screen in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Are we all excited about the new series? We re-watched the last episode of season 2 and the movie, to get us in the mood. Lynch has said the movie is the best way to prepare ourselves for what he has in store. 1,087 more words