The Live Room on Palladia / WNYC Interview

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The Live Room on Palladia / WNYC Interview

Hi everyone!

Here's a long-ish info filled post coming to you from a city of ice and sleet...


A bunch of my songs filmed live at the Electric Lady Studios in NYC, before "What we saw from the cheap seats" came out, are going to be broadcast on the Palladia channel as "The Live Room," starting tonight.

Here are the dates and times (all Eastern) the show will air.

Wednesday 2/5 at 9pm
Wednesday 2/5 at 12am
Friday 2/7 at 3pm
Saturday 2/8 at 9:30am
Monday 2/10 at 5pm
Tuesday 2/18 at 9:30pm
Friday 2/21 at 5pm
Thursday 2/27 at 4:30am

Also tonight is my interview with John Schaefer on WNYC's Soundcheck about one of my great musical heroes- Vladimir Vysotsky. I was so grateful to be asked to participate in this show! It airs tonight, wednesday Feb 5th, at 9pm EST. Soundcheck on WNYC Airs at 93.9 FM in NYC and can be streamed at WNYC.org

Ok! That's all the news for now! Keep warm and safe and have a great night!

regi

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bkCENTURIES says;) Though, her proclaimed hero, Vladimir Vysotsky, was and still is inspiring as food-for-thought regarding the human-condition of the times, her high Art freedoms in the US. has allowed her to evolve past his checked, limited position or artistic scope, during his life. Regina Spektor has far past his Muse, talent and/or gift, said bk., with love and beauty while maintaining the path of kindness, and truth in her works, and professional persona. Like Vladimir, Regina carries the torch, in her career, for the betterment of universal understanding, and freedom regarding the human experience. He concluded, "Regina is not only one of this generations greatest artists, aside from Jeff Beal, she is perhaps the greatest female artist of all time, IMHO." I believe that there is a truth in her interests in his works that I'm studying and experimenting with in my own musical side-endeavors, said bk., "at first I didn't get-it."

bkCENTURIES says; WNYC seems the informative site for artists and free thinkers, within the high Arts arena, news from an "art represents life," truer, perspective. Thanks for the WNYC link.

I love you Regina :)