He’ll be on the ground in a couple of months time for the West Coast Blues And Roots Festival, Bluesfest in Byron Bay and the Deni Blues & Roots Festival. But McManus Entertainment has today confirmed that crooner Chris Isaak will also play a series of headline shows while he’s on the ground. And the singer himself is excited about what he’s about to serve up.
“I think I have a show they (Australian audiences) are gonna dig! We are playing all the hits and it’s really fun to throw in a whole “show within the show” where we play a bunch of the real early rock n roll hits like “Ring Of Fire” and “Can’t Help Falling In Love”. We roll out an upright piano and a stand up bass and I think it’s the most fun I’ve ever had on stage. I’m looking forward to surfing till soundcheck and playing all night,” he said in a statement.
Headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne have been confirmed, along with a selection of regional Queensland dates.
Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide miss out on headline dates.
March 05 : Townsville (Entertainment Centre)
March 20 : Sydney (State Theatre)
March 23 : Perth (West Coast Blues & Roots Festival)
March 26 : Melbourne (Sidney Myer Music Bowl)
March 28 : Byron Bay (Bluesfest)
March 30 : Deniliquin (Deni Blues & Roots Festival)
March 31 : Thredbo
April 02 : Rockhampton (Great Western Hotel)
April 04 : Cairns (Convention Centre)
April 05 : Townsville (Entertainment Centre)
April 08 : Caloundra (Events Centre)