Compose a 1500 words essay on Cris Isaak. Needs to be plagiarism free!
After three albums that didn’t sell, his career was going nowhere fast. Then a movie gave new life to his single, “Wicked Game,” and suddenly he was on his way to the big time. Welcome to the club. Bruce Springsteen was calling for tickets. So was Madonna. And Sean Penn. And Sylvester Stallone. And Laura Dern. And Rickie Lee Jones. And Mickey Rourke. And some of the cast from Twin Peaks. They all wanted to see one of the most compelling rock &. roll acts to hit the Top Ten in years: Chris Isaak.
“Bruce called about tickets?” says Isaak, every inch the Fifties-style rocker in his tight black jeans, pointed shoes, white T-shirt and brown leather motorcycle jacket, as he looks up from his plate of noodles at a cheap Thai restaurant on Sunset Boulevard. In a few hours he will headline a sold-out show at the Wiltern Theater, in Hollywood.
Adopting the voice of a rube, Isaak, who grew up in Stockton, California, drawls: “They gonna give ’em free tickets? They git in for free?”
He’s grinning now. “Come on, Bruce,” he says. “You sittin’ on a big ol’ pile uh loot.