Since his 2001 breakthrough — the Chelsea Hotel-inspired sophomore CD “Poses” — Canadian crooner Rufus Wainwright has projected an air of cavalier, slightly decadent dandyism.
But things have changed dramatically for the once-insouciant singer. Read More
The past few years have been strange for quirky Canadian crooner Martha Wainwright. There were downs (she and her brother Rufus dealt with the passing of her mother, legendary folk singer Kate McGarrigle); ups (marrying her longtime producer Brad Albetta, the birth of her baby boy Arcangelo); and in-betweens (a backing-vocal stint on the last Hole album “Nobody’s Daughter”). Read More