Who is chris isaak dating now

02 Dec

Chris Isaak is sitting inches from me on a sofa in a softly lit American hotel room, serenading me with a heartbroken love song. After all, this is the man who has soundtracked a million quivering lip moments with his 1990 global hit Wicked Game, and the man who in the video to the song got the model Helena Christensen to roll near-naked with him on a beach. If anything, I am squirming with the clenched-smile embarrassment I always feel when someone sings into my face, laced with anxiety that my limited interview time is evaporating with each extraneous strum of his guitar. If anything, at 55 he seems almost spookily well-preserved: tanned and surfer lean, dressed in a country and western shirt that he’s probably had for ever and with his still dark brown quiff perfectly framing his still square-jawed face.Punctuated with that trademark squashed boxer’s nose, he is so unaltered he looks like he has been dipped in aspic. “I’m an entertainer.” But the look, along with the sound, has a rather ghostly feel to it – the quality that David Lynch must have spotted in the young singer when he championed his music and cast him in the film of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.For his 13th album, Beyond the Sun, Isaak revisits the legendary Sun Records years in Fifties rock and roll, when maverick radio producer Sam Phillips set up shop in the then musical backwater of Memphis, Tennessee, hoping to capture the real blues sound he had heard growing up in the south.What happened instead, almost miraculously within the space of a year, was that the likes of Johnny Cash, Elvis, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis stepped into his tiny makeshift studio for their first foray into music, laying down records that would become the foundation of rock and roll.Singer, songwriter and actor Christopher Joseph Isaak was born on June 26, 1956, in Stockton, California.He grew up in the blue-collar town of Stockton as the son of a forklift operator.He is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from his own emotions and those of others.It is almost as if he could turn his feelings on and off at will; Chris should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for he could easily become too impersonal.

This transformation has come about through a CD of cover versions.Chris Isaak feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and he has little taste for convention and tradition.He is emotionally expressive and often dramatizes his feelings by acting them out or blowing them out of proportion.Still, he whets the appetite of any potential suitors by reeling off a list of reasons why he’s fantastic husband material.“I’m willing to clean the lawns, wash the cars, I have a decent salary, I’ve saved my money, I live in a nice neighbourhood, I could provide.