Critics' Pick: Regina Spektor at The Palace Theatre | Music | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper


It’s hard to believe that Regina Spektor has been making music for nearly 20 years, because she always sounds fresh and new. She’s known for her emphatic piano-playing and clear falsetto voice. Even though her sound is sweet, her songs are sweeping, layered short stories that welcome the ugly and dilapidated sides of life. She’ll play The Palace Theatre in support of her latest album, Remember Us to Life, for which I’d recommend a pack of Kleenex.

8 p.m. 21 West Otterman St., Greensburg. $49.75-79.50. All ages. 724-836-8000 or

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