With a new album out today called “What We Saw From the Cheap Seats,” singer and pianist Regina Spektor returns to our studio to play some new songs. The best seats in the house will be right in front of your speakers.
Russian-born, New York-raised singer and pianist Regina Spektor has packed surprises (and charm and wit) into five studio albums. Now we’ll find out what’s in store on a CD/DVD set called “Live in London,” when Spektor joins us to perform for our live audience in The Greene Space.
On Regina Spektor's new record, "Far," she gets seriously existential - mentioning God 33 times in the first single, "Laughing With." She performs that song live in the studio and talks with Kurt about life, the universe, and everything.
Regina Spektor’s last album was named one of Rolling Stone’s best of 2006 -- and it sold more than a half-million copies. Now, the Soviet-born, New York-based songwriter returns to the Soundcheck studio to play songs from her upcoming release, Far.
Every summer there's one hit song that comes to define those warm, carefree, and sunshiny months. As Sunday marks the official start of summer, Soundcheck looks at contenders for this year's summer jam. Contenders range from The Black-Eyed Peas to indie-rockers Animal Collective. Also: indie-pop singer and downtown scene-queen Regina ...
Marquee rock acts like the White Stripes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are getting along just fine without a bass guitarist. In another Soundcheck Smackdown, we debate the importance of bass guitar in rock music. Plus: Regina Spektor got her start in New York's anti-folk scene. Now she's working with ...
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