- Published: Thursday, 18 July 2013 06:58
- Published by Karen Chiang
New York based Suzanne Vega has always had that rep of being a folky, soft voiced waif with a guitar who sings about small blue things. But she really transcended that genre (and rep) long ago. “Luka” and “Tom’s Diner” may be her biggest hits, yet she’s excelled in the so-called “alternative” genre with 99.9F Degrees, taken on Frank Sinatra’s songbook, written plays and collaborated with a breathtaking range of artists.