DESCRIBE WHAT YOU DO:
I’m a romantic singer. I have a sixteen octave range. My voice reaches great emotional heights then swoops down to a deep intensity. People say I have one of the best voices in the business. I agree with them.
EARLIEST SLIPPER ROOM MEMORY:
Seducing the audience into an euphoric state – then being begged by the management to come back.
WHO'S BEEN THE MAJOR INFLUENCE IN YOUR WORK?:
Gainsbourg. Ginsberg. The new Pope.
CAREER HIGHLIGHT SO FAR:
Winning the Golden Sphincter Award for my live album Wilfredo Unchained: Live in California.
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MEMORABLE SLIPPER ROOM MOMENT:
The time Yoko Ono dropped by and insisted on joining me onstage, wailing improvisations into a microphone beside me while I tried to sing my seminal hit The Child Is Not Mine.
WHERE CAN WE FIND YOU AFTER THE GIG?:
Charming the birds from the trees.
WHAT'S NEXT FOR YOU?: