White Knight that bashes Donald Trump.
Todd Rundgren is a fascinating pop wizard who continues to upend expectations. Though still best known for the 1972 ballad “Hello, It’s Me,” Rundgren never promises to play it live, describing the song as his “musical albatross” to Westword in a 1996 interview. Throughout a career that includes major production credits (Meat Loaf, New York Dolls, Patti Smith) and developing Apple’s original digital paint program, the singer-songwriter has always put out music, using the Internet to remove industry middlemen and deliver music directly to fans. The contrarian isn’t a slave to his fans, either; Rundgren now provides a trigger warning to older Republican followers before playing “Tin Foil Hat,” a highlight from new album