Chris Isaak was born on July 26, 1956, in California. He is an American singer and actor. Isaak is mostly famous for his hits “Wicked Game”, “Baby Did a Bad Thing”, and “Can’t Do a Thing (To Stop Me)”.
In 1985, Isaak established a rockabilly group, Silverstone. The band signed a contract with Warner Brothers, went on a tour of western USA, and released their first album Silverstone, which failed to make the major charts except for the Australian ARIA Charts. Isaak didn’t accept the failure and together with the same grouped recorded an album under his own name.
In 1986, the album Chris Album was released and made it to the 194th spot on Billboard 200, which was a big success compared to the previous LP.
In 1987, Isaak released a single “Blue Hotel”, which wasn’t popular at first but eventually made it into the UK Singles Chart and was recommended as “ the best album of 1987” by USA Today.
In 1989, Isaak released his third album Heart Shaped World, which didn’t get farther than 149 spot in the USA charts, Warner Brothers almost dropped the singer and refused to promote him.