Tags » Rufus Wainwright

Robert Wilson's Surreal Swerve on Shakespeare Dazzles at BAM

Let us not to the marriage of two artsy iconoclasts admit impediment. Particularly if they are avant-garde artist and theater director Robert Wilson and the protean singer-composer Rufus Wainwright, whose music theatre collaboration… 411 more words


Robert Wilson and Rufus Wainwright’s Shakespeare’s Sonnets was a visual and musical delight. Mr. Wilson’s expert sculpting of bodies, shadow, and light is some of the most skillful artistry I have seen. 134 more words

"The Swimming Song"

Loudon Wainwright III
Attempted Mustache, 1973

This is cheesy, but I’ll say it anyway: if you’ve never heard “The Swimming Song” before, it is my God’s-honest pleasure to make the introduction for you. 126 more words


History Songs // The Roots, TV On The Radio, Rufus Wainwright & The National

When you’re told to write about history in music, it’s easy to just write about cover songs. Covers, especially of older songs, are examples of artists helping to tell the ongoing history of popular music, after all. 581 more words

Songs to Break Your Heart

God, I love to wallow. Mostly in misery and the realization that the world is void of affection and nothing is fair and no one will ever love me. 1,133 more words

Dolly Parton

Snap & Zap: Cigarettes & Chocolate Milk...

For each Snap & Zap I will suggest a new theme so take a new photo or use an existing photo and edit it with any software you like, so… 185 more words