Suzanne Vega: ‘It’s taken me a while to say, You are what you are, it’s fine’
The song, titled "Song of the Stoic", later appeared on her 2014 album.
Often bracketed in the genre of southern gothic, McCullers wrote about her characters with an acute appreciation for human diversity and vulnerability.
At the time there were suggestions that Froom drove the change.
On a 1987 Swedish television special, Vega revealed her inspiration for Luka: A few years ago, I used to see this group of children playing in front of my building, and there was one of them, whose name was Luka, who seemed a little bit distinctive from the other children.
Following their painful divorce, returned in 2001 with her first album in five years, , which was greeted with her strongest reviews in a decade.
Suzanne Vega was born July 11, 1959, in Santa Monica, California; her parents divorced shortly thereafter, and after her mother (a jazz guitarist) remarried the Puerto Rican novelist Ed Vega, the family moved to Manhattan. A shy and quiet child, Vega nonetheless learned to take care of herself growing up in the tough neighborhoods of Spanish.
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