Regina Spektor

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Regina Spektor is an American singer-songwriter and pianist.

Regina Spektor on KCRW

Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor plays a solo piano set live from our studios.

Regina Spektor

Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor plays a solo piano set live from our studios.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Regina Spektor performed an emotional set of songs from her album What We Saw in the Cheap Seats in front of a loving live audience at KCRW's Apogee Sessions.

Regina Spektor

Regina Spektor performed an emotional set of songs from her album What We Saw in the Cheap Seats in front of a loving live audience at KCRW's Apogee Sessions.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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