She is one of those voices that are not forgotten, despite multiple eclipses throughout her thirty-five year career enamelled nine studio albums.
Since her first LP produced by Lenny Kaye in 1985, Suzanne Vega has continued her nostalgic melodies, including her unforgettable 1988 single “Luka”, which earned her three Grammy nominations and the MTV Music Video Award. of the best female music video. An eclectic singer, Suzanne shared the mic with artists as diverse as Joe Jackson, Danger Mouse, Shawn Colvin and Sparklehorse.
With songs like “Tom’s Diner” and “Solitude Standing”, she has captured the hearts of an audience that has always remained faithful to her. Missing studio since 2016, this warrior whose weapon is an acoustic guitar is finally back with “An Evening of New York Songs and Stories”, a live album recorded in early 2019 in the Big Apple at the famous Café Carlyle, on which she found his guitarist Gerry Leonard.
The opportunity also for her to return to Europe for a series of concerts entitled “An Evening of New York Songs and Stories”, a musical walk in this city she loves so much. On the menu of these exceptional shows, classics from his repertoire (“Luka” of course, “Marlene On The Wall”, “New York Is My Destination”) but also some covers including “Walk On The Wild Side” written by the ultimate New York rocker Lou Reed.
The opportunity for Suzanne fans to immerse themselves in the world of this singer who grew up in New York, in the district of Spanish Harlem, and will share his passion for this metropolis that she loves so much.