Russian-born indie singer Regina Spektor will stop in the Queen City this summer to perform at Andrew J Brady Music Center.
Spektor added 13 summer shows as a continuation of her tour after a string of sold-out shows in March, locking Cincinnati in for a performance on July 30, according to a press release. Known for hits like “Fidelity” and “On the Radio,” the Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and pianist is giving fans an encore for her latest album, Home, Before and After.
Spektor began to gain prominence in the New York anti-folk scene in 2004, earning her a contract with Warner Brothers' record label Sire Records and a spot as an opening act for Kings of Leon’s European tour.
“Spektor is one of those rare artists whose multicultural background and truly broad range of influences have legitimately resulted in a beautiful and compelling style that defies mere genre tags,” CityBeat wrote in 2017.