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Music Review

Wainwright performs a soaring tribute to Garland

By James Reed
Globe Staff / June 16, 2006

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NEW YORK -- The novelty of it was undeniable. For two nights, flamboyant pop musician Rufus Wainwright would be re-creating the 1961 concert Judy Garland performed at Carnegie Hall, just eight years before she died of an accidental overdose. The blue ticket stub read ``Rufus Wainwright in Concert," and then right below it: ``Dedicated to Judy Garland." (Full article: 779 words)

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