Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox - The '10' Tour
Vintage. Modern. Expect tap dancing.
Step back in time as Postmodern Jukebox transports pop hits new and old into bygone eras like 1920s jazz and Motown. Scott Bradlee’s viral sensations give modern earworms the vintage treatment with dazzling musicians and vocalists. Dress to impress and immerse yourself in their Great Gatsby-meets-Sinatra multiverse celebrating 10 years of reimagined retro magic, the dual milestone of their 10th anniversary of touring and their 1,000th show in 2024. Dubbed The ‘10’ Tour.
About the artist
Postmodern Jukebox originated as a basement project of pianist Scott Bradlee in Queens, New York. His creative covers giving pop hits a vintage twist quickly went viral online in 2014, leading to sold-out shows worldwide. Rave reviews followed as PMJ introduced audiences to a rotating cast of overlooked talents, earning a reputation as the “Saturday Night Live of singers.”
Ten years and 2 billion YouTube views later, their annual tours are a tradition for dedicated fans who dress the part. By late 2023, PMJ will have played nearly 1000 shows globally. Bradlee, who arranges the music and directs each performance, says “That kind of longevity was completely unexpected. There’s no formula beyond an obsession with classic sounds and showcasing phenomenal talent.”
As Postmodern Jukebox marks a decade of sold-out tours in 2024, their artistry continues to reach new heights. But at the core is a simple mission – transporting modern pop songs into the classic sounds and styles they love, introduced by an ever-evolving collective of musical stars.