The silky smooth voice behind hits like Wicked Game, Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing and Somebody's Crying is headed back down under.
Chris Isaak will return to Australian shores for the first time since 2016 for a national tour, including a series of concerts at A Day on the Green this April.
Over the course of his nearly forty-year career, the platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter has performed to sold-out crowds across the globe with his longtime band Silvertone.
He has released 13 critically acclaimed studio albums and 12 chart-topping singles.
An impressive 12 of his albums have charted in the Australian Top 20, including Best of Chris Isaak - which went to number one in 2006. Forever Blue (1995), Beyond The Sun (2011) and First Comes The Night (2015) all charted in the Australian top three.
He is best known for his hit Wicked Game - which has been streamed more than half a billion times on Spotify alone.
The velvet-toned hitmaker said he was very excited to return to Australia, describing it as his favourite place to tour.
"I am sitting on my front porch in Nashville, Tennessee and smiling," he said.
"I have been stuck in my house for nine days because of the snow, but I have been in a great mood as I know I'm going back to Australia!"
A Day on the Green tour dates: Geelong, Mt Duneed Estate, April 6; Barossa Valley, Peter Lehmann Wines, April 7; Hunter Valley, Bimbadgen, April 13; Bowral, Centennial Vineyards, April 14; Mount Cotton, Sirromet Wines, April 20. For more information or bookings click here.
For information on all other tour dates click here.