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Hirsch says after he complained that one of the roadies was abusive, a number of his colleagues went after him with a vengeance, calling him a "f*g" and a "little girl." He claims crew members would say, "blow me," and "suck my d**k you little f*g."Hirsch also complained of choking on marijuana smoke but no one took him seriously.
According to the lawsuit, Isaak -- who is a defendant along with others on his crew -- knew full well what was going on but did nothing.
You find yourself going, 'I'm pulling for this guy; I'm pulling for this girl.'I'd be in Nashville working, and late at night I'd think, 'What song could he do that'd be really good for him?
Last week Ms R and I headed out on a last minute adventure to the Chris Isaak concert.
Again we debated if we’d go there and I was a definitive yes.
Ms R was starting to come around, but not willing to commit.
His hopelessly devoted female fans on the internet went nuts, but the rumor wasn’t true.
A rumor circulated that Chris Isaak, 59, had finally married his longtime girlfriend, whom he keeps out of the limelight.
"The people coming out, yeah, there's a lot of goofy ones, but there's some good ones.
"She said it was a fantastic town and the studios and engineers were great," Isaak says.
"She had nothing but good things to say about it."On Isaak's previous album, 2011's Beyond the Sun, he covered songs that had come out of Memphis' legendary Sun Studio, where Cash, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and others cut classic sides in the '50s.
NASHVILLE — The first time Chris Isaak came to Nashville, he sang with his brother at an empty Ryman Auditorium.
There, on a stage that had been frequented by the likes of Hank Williams and Johnny Cash, the Isaak brothers sang Stonewall Jackson's country hit Don't Be Angry."The next day, I got to meet Stonewall Jackson," Isaak says, "and he said, 'I heard you sang my song.'"That sort of chance encounter continued while Isaak, 59, was in Nashville recording First Comes the Night, out Nov. It's the Wicked Game singer's "In the middle of the whole thing, I went to breakfast, and there was Robert Plant," he says. '"Isaak decided to record in Nashville at the suggestion of Stevie Nicks.