One of Regina Spektor's biggest claims to fame is her unique sound -- although she's been compared to artists like Tori Amos, she's really her own artist, and she doesn't really sound like anyone else. Well, except for that one song that borrows a chunk of the melody from a soul classic...
Regina Spektor is a frequent guest on the late-night talk show performance circuit, and one glance at her appearance on the Thursday's (Aug. 16) episode of 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno' quickly reveals why.
Nobody conducts interviews quite like Stephen Colbert, so when Regina Spektor stopped by the set of 'The Colbert Report' last night (June 7), she probably knew she was in for a little something different. Still, she probably couldn't have guessed that Colbert would ask her "How do I know you’re not a spy?"
"I love Paris in the rain," the Russian-born, American-raised Regina Spektor sings repeatedly at the end of 'Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas),' a bouncy, infectious French pop ditty that serves as the second single off her latest full-length platter, 'What We Saw from the Cheap Seats.' It's an odd ending to a song seemingly about bustling street life in New York City. But then again, th
Regina Spektor's new album 'What We Saw From the Cheap Seats' turns a week old today, and she celebrated last night (June 4) by paying a visit to 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,' where she performed the new song 'Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas).'
What is that honey-dipped piano alighting upon our late night ears? Why, New York native Regina Spektor, who made the trip crosstown to the 'Late Show With David Letterman.' The singer-songwriter performed 'All the Rowboats,' as seen in the video below.