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Spektor's 2006 headlining tour in support of the Begin to Hope album included back-to-back hometown shows at Town Hall Theater in New York City on September 27 and September 28, 2006.
Listeners of Sirius Radio's Left of Center channel voted her single "Fidelity" as the No. Towards the end of 2006, VH1 showcased her as part of their "You Oughta Know: Artists on the Rise" featurettes, playing clips from the "Fidelity" music video and showing parts of an interview with Spektor during commercial breaks on the channel.
Spektor's first nationwide tour was accompanying The Strokes as the opening act on their 2003–2004 Room on Fire tour which included performances at The Theater at Madison Square Garden.
While on the tour, she and the band performed and recorded "Modern Girls & Old Fashion Men".
In 2005, she began making her first TV appearances including guest spots on various late-night talk shows.
Spektor went on to release the album Begin to Hope on June 13, 2006.
The show was initially rescheduled for December 6, 2007, which appeared prominently in the film's finale sequence.
On November 14, 2007, at her concert at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Spektor collapsed during the sound check and was taken to a local emergency room.She has a brother Boruch (also known as Bear), who was featured in track 7, "* * *", or "Whisper", of her 2004 album Soviet Kitsch.Growing up in Moscow, Regina started taking piano lessons when she was seven and learned how to play the piano by practicing on a Petrof upright that her grandfather gave her mother.In 2007, Spektor began performing at several major music festivals including Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Lollapalooza, Virgin Festival and Austin City Limits Music Festival.On October 1, 2007, her video for "Better" was released on VH1 and You Tube, where it was viewed more than 100,000 times within the first 24 hours.
Spektor completed the four-year studio composition program of the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College within three years, graduating with honors in 2001.