How to play “I Never Wear White” by Suzanne Vega

So here we are again …

I was inspired the other night after a Suzanne Vega show in Germany, a guy came up to me at the signing and asked where he could find the chords to the new songs. Maybe he liked the songs or maybe he wanted to start his own band and beat us to the punch …

But either way it got me thinking about how to share the knowledge so I , along with Mark Dyde our super-tech started to improvise.

Suzanne had a radio promo date in Saarbrucken Germany that started out asking for two songs acoustically , then one song, then none …

So whilst sitting around in the van while Phil Sullivan, our tour manager and Suzanne were off in the radio station doing the radio interview, Mark and I got busy in the van and thru Marks ingenuity we shot this impromptu video on his iPhone 5. We added a fretboard shot from his fancy camera and Mark edited all together on his laptop.

By the way, you will see that Suzanne and Phil came back before we could finish, so Mark and I decided to do the last section outside the roadside cafe in France on the way to Paris for our next Radio date.

Well, it keeps us off the streets …and what could be safer

Hope you guys enjoy.

Got it ? I hope you rock it !


P.S. The Guitar is a Furch Acoustic model 34SR

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4 Responses to How to play “I Never Wear White” by Suzanne Vega

  1. Yuval says:

    Awesome! 🙂
    Can you do more? Would love to learn “Song of the Stoic” or “Fool’s Complaint”…

  2. Jörg says:

    Thank you for this outstanding learning lesson! Like this song very much and be glad that you share your knowledge how to play it! By the way – it was a beautiful concert in Cologne – the way you performed it had impressed me!
    Greetings from Germany Jörg

  3. Alejandro says:

    Cool!!! Wish you could do how to play, the looping intro from bowie’s Sunday. Love all the ambient guitar work you do. Huge fan from Venezuela

  4. Great, Mr. Leonard, you’re a good teacher. Thanks a lot!

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