Tags » Rufus Wainwright

Seven years ago.....

As of today, I live in New York City.  On the Lower East Side.  You just take the Houston St. exit on the FDR and go down a few blocks.  3,182 more words

New York City

Andrew Montgomery: Ruled By Dreams

Montgomery was in a brit pop band called the Geneva, who we’ve not heard of. Sometime reviewer CNM, who has the memory of an elephant after intensive memory training on Memory Island, doesn’t remember them either, so it’s safe to assume they weren’t big. 231 more words

Sloan goes to town, '70s guitar-rock style, on Action Pact

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, OCT. 16, 2003

By Steve Newton

When Sloan headed into an L.A. studio with producer Tom Rothrock earlier this year, diehard fans of the Halifax-bred power-pop quartet might have had cause for concern. 560 more words

Interview

Throwback Thursday ... The Maker Makes

Brokeback Mountain is always an overwhelming movie to me. It is completely hard to take it. All the elements in this movie would just make you burst into tears. 146 more words

Inspiration

First Post, Hint: It's just the About Me Section.

Below is the information on the “About Me” page.  Just so everyone can know it is there.  It will be updated with more content as this progresses.   725 more words

Life

A conversation with emerging Chicago star Daniel Knox

Describing 34-year-old Daniel Knox’s music is a tall task. Antonyms like “gritty” and “beautiful” have been used to describe the sound. Adjectives like “derelict,” vaudeville” and “Judy Garland-type baritone” have been used to describe the style. 1,981 more words

Characters

My Pop Life #16

The Art Teacher   –   Rufus Wainwright

…we looked at the Rubens and Rembrandts, I liked the John Singer Sargents…

He told me he liked Turner…and never have I turned since then… 1,278 more words

Music