A global phenomenon! Their success, as befits the 21st century, is due to the internet and virtual media.
You've certainly heard of them, but if you haven't heard - don't admit it!
Over 2 billion (yes, yes - billions!) People watched their music videos
Over 4.5 million people follow the Postmodern Jukebox channel on YouTube
Over 2.5 million followers on Facebook
Millions of plays on Spotify and iTunes
These quantities are constantly increasing!
Hundreds of sold out concerts strengthened their position and are now one of the biggest concert attractions in the world. Last but not least - with all commercial successes, Postmodern Jukebox is synonymous with excellent class and style!
The collective was founded in 2009 by pianist and composer Scott Bradlee. The idea was simple - give popular music tracks a new face - swing, jazz, blues ... In a word, vintage. The group is still recording their clips in Scott's salon using one camera!
Scott Bradlee fell in love with jazz at the age of 12, when he first heard George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue song and played his first concert in the school canteen. After graduating from the University of Hartford in the field of Jazz, he moved to New York. In 2009, he began his adventure with recording clips, which he later placed on You Tube. He said that this is a good way to reach the recipients of his experimental work. And he was right. The number of Scott Bradlee`s Postmodern Jukebox fans is still growing!
Bradlee and the band present their audiences to different music styles of the 20th century, connect generations and break the rules. I play songs in a different style because I want to hear them like that, 'says Bradlee. Among their greatest hits are the New Orleans version of "Sweet Child o 'Mine" by Guns N' Roses, "Thrift Shop" by Macklemor in the vintage edition, "We Can't Stop" by Miley Cyrus in doo wop style or Stay with me by Sam Smith in climate of the 40s. Over the past decade, PMJ has traveled around the world playing hundreds of concerts in sold out halls on 6 continents. They also starred on TV shows such as "Good Morning America," and conquered iTunes, Spotify and Billboard charts. Above all, millions of fans around the world have fallen in love with them!
The concert tour aims to prepare the world for a new decade - one in which the creator of Postmodern Jukebox - Scott Bradlee - hopes to see a return to style and craftsmanship that have been an expression of the music of previous generations. "Recently, in the 1920s, we got Jazz - the only true American art form. Who knows what 2020 will bring us? " - says Scott Bradlee. "One thing is certain - there are a lot of people tired of screaming headlines, thoughtless TV programs and addiction to smartphones, which have contributed to the fact that people have moved even further apart in the last decade. We use our little corner in the pop culture space to tell people to forget about their problems and join us to celebrate true musical talents and a timeless style - live and in real life. "
"When we're preparing the Postmodern Jukebox concert concept, we're working to combine the right talent with the right material and build amazing and unique experiences during our concerts," says Bradlee and encourages: "Be ready for a sensational vintage party!".