Pop crooner Chris Isaak is coming to the Tri-Cities on Aug. 5.
He will perform as part of the Riverfront Concerts series in Columbia Park in Kennewick.
"Throughout his impressive recording career, he won the hearts of many fans whether they were in love or out of love," said a news release.
One of his best known songs, Wicked Game, reached No. 6 on the Billboard pop charts in 1991. The song was featured in the David Lynch film Wild at Heart.
The black and white music video of the song, which appeared on the 1989 album Heart Shaped World, was directed by Herb Ritts, shot in Hawaii and featured top model Helena Christensen rolling and frolicking on the beach with Isaak.
The video won the MTV Video Music Awards for Best Male Video, Best Cinematography and Best Video from a Film, according to Wikipedia.
Some of his other popular songs include 1999's Baby Did A Bad, Bad Thing, featured in Stanley Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, and 2004's Life Will Go On, featured on Chasing Liberty's soundtrack, which starred Mandy Moore.
He has received two Grammy Award nominations.
Tickets are $35, $65 and $100, and go on sale Friday at riverfrontconcerts.com.
The show is for 21 and over only.