On July 30, multi-nominated Grammy singer-songwriter Chris Isaak will be performing at the University of Michigan’s Hill Auditorium. Opening for him will be Louisiana native and blues guitarist Marc Broussard, who draws vocal and stylistic influences from the likes of Otis Redding, Brian McKnight, and John Hiatt.
Throughout his career as a musician and actor, Isaak has become best known for his contemporary rockabilly style of music, with classic hits such as “Wicked Game” and “Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing.” With his Elvis pompadour, sly sense of humor, and raw charisma, audiences at the show are sure to be treated to great songs, an inspired performance, and undoubtedly a few surprises. It should be a great evening – not to be missed!
For the ultimate comfort and convenience, you should definitely consider spending the evening at the nearby Lamp Post Inn after the show. The hotel is located just 1 1/2 miles from Hill Auditorium, making it extremely easy to get to the venue and placing you in the heart of Ann Arbor, allowing you the ability to take advantage of all that the cosmopolitan college town has to offer – from fine to casual dining and wold-class shopping in nationally known stores and boutiques with local flair – both before and after the show. To check for availabilities, or to find out more about the hotel, please go to http://www.lamppostinn.com.