Produced by

Suzanne Vega

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Early in her career, Suzanne Vega turned slices of life into hits like “Luka” and “Tom’s Diner.” More recently, her music has told stories from her own life – and from other New Yorkers. Now, Vega has written about a literary hero in an original play called “Carson McCullers Talks About Love.” She joins us to talk about the iconic author and perform songs from the play live in the Greene Space.

Guests:

Suzanne Vega

Comments [3]

12-String Frank from Staten Island, NY

These people are not yarn spinners.

They are yawn spinners.

Mar. 31 2011 10:56 PM
Paul Norris from England

Retrospective wa smy first descovery of Suzanne Vega and now I can follow her on face book and the interview with on WNYC green space was very interesting and the choice of songs were excelent. come to Manchester soon I missed you last time

Mar. 31 2011 01:25 PM

vega and gladstone are both sexy intelligent facinating women

Mar. 30 2011 02:40 PM

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