The native New Yorker uses New York City as the backdrop for her latest offering Beauty & Crime, her first studio album in six years. It is also her debut release on Blue Note Records and for fans that have grown up with Suzanne, it's a revealing look into her evolution as a singer and songwriter.
Suzanne stopped by The Current studio before her Varsity Theatre gig for an intimate chat and performance with Steve Seel.
Songs performed: "Frank and Ava," "New York is a Woman," and "Luka."
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