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Lenny Kaye Plays Guest DJ

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Philadelphia punk trio Cayetana (left to right: Allegra Anka, Kelly Olsen, Augusta Koch) will release its debut on the small indie label Tiny Engines later this year. Mary Ferrigno/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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To Sign Or Not To Sign: Artists Big And Small Face The Label Question

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Suzanne Vega performs at a Tiny Desk concert in January 2014. Meredith Rizzo/Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Suzanne Vega performs on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Suzanne Vega On Mountain Stage

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Clockwise from upper left: Leonard Cohen, Lou Reed, The Mountain Goats, Suzanne Vega. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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The Speak-Singing Debate: Just Sing The Damn Song!

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Left to right: Aimee Mann, Sheryl Crow, Suzanne Vega.

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Suzanne Vega is reinventing much of her catalog as stripped-down folk music. With 1987's "Gypsy," it's an easy task. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Gypsy' by Suzanne Vega

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Listen Now: Suzanne Vega On Mountain Stage

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'Ludlow Street' by Suzanne Vega

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