Regina Spektor Charms Sold-Out Crowd at The Fillmore

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Regina Spektor
The Fillmore
March 17, 2017

"I came to America as a refugee," singer/pianist Regina Spektor told the sold-out crowd of Charlotte's Fillmore on March, 17, 2017. "I am now a citizen who believes in open doors." The comments earned the 37-year-old a roar of applause. From the first notes of her set opener, "On the Radio," to the final song of her four-song encore, Regina Spektor kept the audience completely charmed. She had them laughing to the "Sailor Song" chorus of "Mary Ann's a bitch," and enthralled by any short story she offered between songs, spending most of the night behind her Steinway piano. Her endearing personality has been present since those early days of New York's anti-folk scene of the early 2000s, but it's her talent as a songwriter that has given her longevity. Don't miss out on her performance, the next time she comes to town.



Regina Spektor setlist
On the Radio
Grand Hotel
Older and Taller
Blue Lips
Tornadoland
Bleeding Heart
The Trapper and the Furrier
Better
Ballad of a Politician
Apr├Ęs Moi
Chelsea Hotel #2
The Call
Sailor Song
Obsolete
You've Got Time
Small Bill$
The Light
Sellers of Flowers
Black and White
Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)
Us

Encore
The Visit
Fidelity
Hotel Song
Samson

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