Somethings in life seem hard to get. You know, like this boulder with a close to perfect circle cut through it till you can see green grass. Others are easy to find and get. For example, if you wanted a nice blend of moody ballads and rockabilly tunes that blasted you back to the 50's, you should have been in Freeport last night. Before the skies burst open with a tremendous fireworks display, Chris Isaak entertained thousands in in his flashy aqua and rhinestone suit and his tight band. They've been playing together for 25 years, and it showed. He played his hits "Wicked Game", Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing", "Somebody's Crying", "Blue Hotel", "Dancin", "San Francisco Days" and from his new CD, Beyond the Sun, a bunch of iconic classics by legends Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash. In between he played and played and looked to be having a bunch of fun. There wasn't a dud in the mix. He even came out for his encore in his famous mirrorball suit, that resembles a disco ball with hundreds of square mirrors. All in all-- great music under the stars, and oh ya, it was FREE! Enjoyment that was easy to get!