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When the pioneering folk guitarist Richard Thompson joined musical forces with his wife Linda, they recorded a series of acclaimed albums which soundtracked their turbulent marriage. Now their folk dynasty is set to continue with Kami, the couple's
A member of folk music royalty, singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright, is working on a memoir. Wainwright has a deal with Flatiron Books for "Stories I Might Regret Telling You," scheduled to come out in early 2016. Wainwright is the daughter of
When he was 14, Rufus Wainwright discovered the world of opera, and years after that the pop performer refused to listen to anything else. Five years ago Rufus penned an opera of his own, "Prima Donna." He calls "Prima
Rufus Wainwright, Live from the Artists Den' (Artists Den Records/UMe) This live recording, available on both CD and Blu-ray, presents singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright's poignant, memorable performance of May 17, 2012, first broadcast on the PBS
Rufus and Martha Wainwright's all-star requiem for their late mother, the great songwriter Kate McGarrigle, will screen at Howler on March 12 as part of this year's Brunswick Music Festival. Sing Me The Songs That Say I Love You: A Concert for Kate
Rufus Wainwright graceful, powerful Concert Review Posted by Seattle Times staff (Barry J. Holmes) Special to The Seattle Times Some performers convey an instant intimacy with an audience, while some fill a concert hall the moment they step onto a
Troubadour Rufus Wainwright Concert Preview Posted by Seattle Times staff (Matthias Clamer) Special to The Seattle Times When singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright embarks on the Pacific Northwest leg of a concert tour, he doesn't mess around.
When family friend Jimmy Fallon shows up to sing Kate McGarrigle's The Swimming Song, he brings up what any viewer of this documentary has been thinking since the first minutes: The amount of musical talent in McGarrigle's family is extraordinary.
Joe Boyd (who'd produced the sisters' first albums and their live McGarrigle Hour with family and friends in 1998) was invited to helm tribute concerts featuring Rufus, Martha, Anna, Norah Jones, Richard and Linda Thompson and their son Teddy, Peggy
Seven minutes into his new musical, Somewhere in Time, the Broadway producer Ken Davenport leapt off his stool at the back of the theater the other night, and began pointing. Not at the stage, but at a nearby laptop that showed in a fever-chart line