Rufus Wainwright Birthday, Date of Birth

Rufus Wainwright

Rufus McGarrigle Wainwright (born July 22, 1973) is an American-Canadian singer, songwriter, and composer. He has recorded nine albums of original music and numerous tracks on compilations and film soundtracks. He has also written two classical operas and set Shakespeare's sonnets to music for a theater piece by Robert Wilson.

Wainwright's self-titled debut album was released through DreamWorks Records in May 1998. His second album, Poses, was released in June 2001. Wainwright's third and fourth studio albums, Want One (2003) and Want Two (2004), were repackaged as the double album Want in 2005. In 2007, Wainwright released his fifth studio album Release the Stars and his first live album Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall. His second live album Milwaukee at Last!!! was released in 2009, followed by the studio albums All Days Are Nights: Songs for Lulu (2010) and Out of the Game (2012). The double album Prima Donna (2015), was a recording of his opera of the same name. His ninth studio album Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets (2016), featured nine adaptions of Shakespeare's sonnets. Rufus' 10th studio album, Unfollow the Rules, was released on July 20, 2020.

Wainwright is the son of musicians Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, and the older brother of singer Martha Wainwright.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Sunday, July 22, 1973
Place of Birth
Rhinebeck
Age
48
Star Sign

The July 22, 1973 was a Sunday under the star sign of . It was the 202 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 48 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, July 22, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 17,534 days, or about 420,820 hours, or about 25,249,211 minutes, or about 1,514,952,706 seconds.

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22nd of July 1973 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 22, 1973

A U.S. Correspondent Is Expelled by Saigon

Date: 22 July 1973

Special to The New York Times

S Vietnamese Govt orders Los Angeles Times newsman J Leslie to leave S Vietnam; Leslie says, July 21, he was given no explanation, but that he believes his difficulties began after the cease-fire when he became the first US newsman to visit a Vietcong-controlled village; since then, Leslie has angered Saigon with articles on corruption, pol prisoners and alleged misbehavior of Saigon troops; says a Saigon spokesman cited such articles in explaining why his visa had not been renewed

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Two Interviews and Their Aftermath; Discussed Research Public Criticism Dinner Party Cited Called the Writer Friends in Common

Date: 23 July 1973

By MARY BREASTED

Mary BREASTED

comment on controversy in NYC journalistic circles that has arisen over profiles on author G Talese and journalist S Quinn that appeared in New York Magazine and have been said to raise 'serious questions about the virtues of sexually explicit journalism'; A Latham, magazine's sr editor who wrote pieces has defended material; Talese has said he has 'no quarrel' with article but has voiced some displeasure with Latham's tone saying Latham had not portrayed his 'dignity' and had written 'without compassion' for subject; Quinn has called piece 'incredible hatchet job' saying that much of it is not true; illus of Talese and Quinn

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RULING ON PRESS SETS OFF DISPUTE; Candidate Sued Paper Confident of Reversal Lawyers to Study Text A First Amendment Crisis Seen in Case in Florida

Date: 22 July 1973

By MARTIN ARNOLD

Martin ARNOLD

comment on controversy that has arisen over July 18 ruling by Fla Sup Ct in which ct upheld, in 6-to-1 opinion, Fla statute requiring newspapers to print replies of pol candidates who were criticized in papers' news or editorial columns; ruling comes in case brought by unsuccessful candidate for Fla Legis, who sued Miami Herald for refusing to print his reply to critical editorial during his campaign

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College Gets Grant

Date: 22 July 1973

P Miller, pres of F E Gannett Newspaper Foundation, repts on July 21 that foundation is making $1-million grant to Coll of Journalism and Communications at Univ of Fla

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Ralph McGill, Reporter; By Harold H. Martin. Illustrated, 344 pp. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown. $10.95. He saw the South as it ought to be

Date: 22 July 1973

By THEO LIPPMAN JR

Theo LIPPMAN

revd by T Lippman Jr

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Watergate Inquiry Raises Issue of Publicity's Effect; Right to a Fair Trial Brings Questions Whether Hearings Run the Risk of Insulating From Punishment Underlying Problem High Court Never Ruled Available Procedures Strong Measures'

Date: 23 July 1973

By WARREN WEAVER Jr.Special to The New York Times

Warren WEAVER

Fate of former Atty Gen Mitchell, former Sec Stans and score of other White House and Adm leaders who have become widely known as witnesses before Sen Watergate com and face possible criminal charges hinges on whether they were deprived of right of fair trial because they were questioned over natl TV; also at stake is question of whether Cong can continue to conduct widely publicized, free-wheeling inquiries without running risk of insulating from punishment very men whose wrongdoing it is attempting to expose; underlying problem is difficulty of reconciling 1st Amendment guarantee of free press as it applies to coverage of crime and 6th Amendment guarantee of speedy trial by impartial jury in locality where crime was committed; critics see major problem in finding impartial jury; Sup Ct has never ruled on exactly kind of situation presented by Watergate hearings; similar cases decided by Sup Ct and other Fed cts discussed

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The Plumbers

Date: 22 July 1973

J A Lukas, in article on Watergate affair, discusses Nixon Adm concern over security leaks and recalls White House alarm when NY Times printed on July 23 '71 W Beecher story detailing US negotiating position in secret SALT talks in Helsinki; says precise identity of Beecher's source has never been revealed; says some believe story came from Pentagon officials who sought to sabotage SALT talks because they disapproved of any rapprochement with USSR

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Radio; Talks, Sports. Events News Broadcasts

Date: 23 July 1973

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan The Other News Quotation of the Day CORRECTION

Date: 23 July 1973

correction notes July 21 article on A J Arnett testimony erroneously said that he discussed his testimony with White House

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News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan The Other News Quotation of the Day CORRECTION

Date: 23 July 1973

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