Scott Bradlee´s Postmodern Jukebox comes to Stockholm

By on January 22, 2017

When Scott Bradlee´s Postmodern Jukebox were in Sweden May last year it was as a success!

Now we can announce this pioneering group, which takes contemporary pop hits and delivers them in masterful vintage versions, is returning to Sweden for a concert in March in Stockholm, Annex.

Their European tour kicks off in February at the O2 Academy in Bournmouth, England to land in Sweden on Saturday, 11 March, when they play at Trädgår’n in Gothenburg, and the day after they play at the Annex in Stockholm.

Postmodern Jukebox, this is forever growing collective of artists and musicians, today they have had over the 70 rotating members, has spent the last years of collecting nearly half a billion YouTube views and 2 million YouTube subscribers, played on “Good Morning America” and topped both the Billboard and iTunes lists. On this they have played hundreds of sold-out concerts all over the world.

Themselves describe their music with the words:
“We take current Top 40 hits and re-imagining them as coming from older is of popular music.”

Imagine a Beyoncé, Justin Bieber or Taylor Swift song reworked as if they were written for Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, or Nina Simone and it is a captivating mini-big band that sounds like an elegant Benny Goodman Orchestra at energizers.

Last in the line of successes is their interpretation of the Lordes “Royals” who at this writing has over 16 million views and their version of Radiohead’s “Creep” that have been seen over 22 million times.

Just as with their incredibly popular videos bridges PMJ’s live concerts gap between generations and genres in a totally amazing way, which appeals to everyone.

This should not be missed!

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