By Marcus Kagler
Whether he’s dolled up as Judy Garland, anointing himself the gay messiah, rocking lederhosen, or crafting illustrious pop-operas Rufus Wainwright is the embodiment of his own peculiar brand of eclecticism. Brimming with literate wit, folk ballads, and pop songs alike the man possesses an uncanny ability to stamp any genre of music with unfettered splendor whether he’s singing about his cell phone or gay rights.
In a world of zealot’s gone crazy, Rufus Wainwright serves as a brave, beautiful voice of reason. He’s adored by millions of... Read More