Suzanne Vega and her New York tales

Appeared in the mid-1980s, Suzanne Vega writes his work in the margins. A rich musical and literary repertoire. And too bad for those who have only remembered the immense “Luka”, a song about battered childhood with rare tact and efficiency.

A light voice without being fragile, pure melodies without being simplistic. His elegant art paints people’s lives, sometimes lingers on a passion (Carson McCullers, the author of “Reflections in a Golden Eye”), a season, a city …

In the company of her faithful guitarist Gerry Leonard (ex-musician of David Bowie), Suzanne Vega, 61, revisits her new live album songs about the megalopolis where she lives since childhood. Interview.

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