Smoke and mirrors

Not many performers could get gussied up in a mirror suit and still be taken seriously as an artist. But over the years, Chris Isaak has earned a following with his unique blend of soulful vocals, heartbroken lyrics, and rockabilly-tinged sound, as well as his quirky sense of humor. To support his seventh album, Speak of the Devil, Isaak's design team, set and lighting designer Jonathan Smeeton and lighting director Lane Hirsch, put together a multilayered show for the--pardon the pun--multif

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