Regina Spektor Performs at The Fillmore

Regina Spektor made a tour stop right here in Detroit Saturday night and in front of a sold out crowd at The Fillmore, in support of her new album “What we Saw from the Cheap Seats”, she performed with all of her heart and with all of her soul!

Regina Spektor was born in Russia and at the mere age of 9, she and her family immigrated to America and set up home in the Bronx. Both Spektor’s mother and father were very talented musicians and it was no secret that she was going to follow in the family art. Regina is an accomplished pianist and singer; her music is as pure as is her voice. Influenced from classical music to rock, punk and hip-hop, Regina has developed a style all her own. Spektor’s songs are like fairy tales that are told they way she envisions them. Although she prefers to work in the studio she cannot live without performing.

Regina Spektor is a true artist through and through; it was no surprise when she walked out on the stage Saturday night and was greeted by over 2,400 cheering fans that have fallen in love with not only her music but also the little girl from Russia with the big voice and the big heart!

Check out Regina’s story as told in her own words:

Regina Spektor “All The Rowboats” Music Video:

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