Rufus Wainwright Nashville TN Tickets, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Dec 11, 2018, Concert
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Rufus Wainwright Nashville Concert Tickets in Dec 11, 2018 at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 07:30 PM available for sale as part of the announced Rufus Wainwright North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Rufus Wainwright Tour Page.


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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
222 5th Ave S
37203
Nashville, TN, US

Biography

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

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11 Responses to “Rufus Wainwright Nashville TN Tickets, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Dec 11, 2018, Concert”

  1. Katherin Bellisario

    First time to Ryman… It will definitely be in my memory forever… I absolutely loved it… Will be going back…

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  2. Brittni Safko

    Took the wife to see Rufus Wainwright. Great venue and great show. What a songwriter! Some road issues with borrowed guitars and recalcitrant tuners but this resulted in a hilarious exchange with hunky roadie Mike. Audience forced him to regurgitate Hallelujah and Rufus obliged but finished the night with an original song thankfully.

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  3. Mandy Shum

    Extreme, beautiful person. Lovely voice, romantic atmosphere. There was nothing that could have been better.

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  4. Seth Kaawa

    Rufus is my favorite. This was a great venue to see him. Very pleased.
    HOWEVER!!!!! Rufus does NOT need to speak his political view to his audience. He ranted many times during the show.
    I wanted to remind him that I paid to see him sing, not to talk HIS POLITICAL options.

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  5. Salley Rubin

    This concert exceeded all our expectations. Rufus, Martha and family were incredible, and it was a thrill to see Emmylou Harris live as well. All of the guest performances were excellent, and it was a joy to see new talent alongside legends like Alison Krauss. The band was top-notch, the music selection interesting and varied, and the whole night felt like a family gathering.

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  6. Lynn Zanni

    this was my first experience at the Uptown in Napa and first time seeing Rufus Wainwright. Both were a great experience.

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  7. Julianna Binker

    This was a very disorganized show. I thought I was at their first rehearsal, not a show I would pay for! The highlights were EmmyLou Harris and Alison Krauss. The old uncle doing an old protest song, mentioning Desert Storm? What a has-been, not a song I appreciated in a Christmas show. There was a sort of rap song done by Martha Wainwright which was bizarre and frankly offensive. She announced it by saying “I hope you can tolerate this song”. It was not really tolerable. Rufus Wainwright sang O Holy Night in French, without a mike, which was quite nice, but he announced it by saying “lets see how god-damned good the acoustics are in this auditiorium”. Totally spoiled the moment and the language was offensive, especially for a sacred song like O Holy Night. The person in front of me said she was surprised anyone came back after the intermission. Waste of money.

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  8. Chad Luevand

    Really enjoyed listening to the variety of the songs. A little bit of everything. I liked the unscripted feel. Rufus & Martha checking the monitor to make sure they were keeping in order.

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  9. Jim Cutforth

    Seriously, I knew I’d love Rufus. And with Emmylou as a special guest, of course I wanted tix to this Christmas special at the Ryman! But I also discovered Martha is my soul sister!! Her Christmas Wrapping made the evening for me. But their entire crew (all their guests & family members who sang) were fantastic! A must see for everyone!

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  10. Hiram Rawlins

    We were expecting a nice show in a great venue… We experienced a GREAT show in a great venue. Love the Ryman! Rufus and Martha sure know how to throw a family Christmas FUN Party. I knew their Mother, Kate was talented and Father, Loudon is a great singer/song writer but who knew that the entire family was that impressive. Sloan has a beautiful voice and a terrific writer herself. If all that Wainwright/McGarrigle talent wasn’t enough (and it would have been), we had Emmy Lou Harris, Alison Krauss and Jamey Johnson gracing the Ryman stage as well. We LOVED it, just a great and fun show! Would love to see this show be at the Ryman every year or maybe alternate with Canada every other year.

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  11. Teresita Handshaw

    The other artist were cool to have, but since the title is Rufus and Martha Wainwright’s Chrstmas Show, I would have liked to see more of both of them.

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