For its fundraiser last year, the Montclair Film Festival selected an 80s theme. This time around, the committee decided to time travel a decade even further. From the looks of it, the Montclair Film 70s Mixtape Party was a groovy success. That’s based on these snippets of Patrick Wilson’s performances.
Prior to transitioning to film, the 44-year-old actor worked mostly on Broadway. He’s even a two-time Tony Award nominee for his roles in The Full Monty and Oklahoma. He definitely tapped his musical background to perform a couple of killer covers.
Wilson effortlessly channeled Freddie Mercury to belt out the Queen classic, “Somebody To Love.” He later did David Bowie proud with “Young Americans.” Reportedly, he also did Elton John’s “Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart.” Couldn’t find the latter, but you can check out the first two below.