Is jazz a postmodern art form

The concert will be postponed from 10/29/20 to 10/19/21. The tickets remain valid!

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Postmodern jukebox brings the 20s back on stage

Founded in 2009 by Scott Bradlee, Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) has grown from a YouTube project to a global sensation by giving modern pop hits a retro twist. In honor of the 1920s, the music collective will play four concerts in Germany in the autumn.

The tour is set to put the world in the mood for a decade that Scott Bradlee wishes to see a return to the style and craftsmanship that shaped the music of generations past. “The last twenties gave us jazz, America's most honest art form. Who knows what's possible in the 2020s? ”Says Bradlee.

The band's covers let the audience sing along with Taylor Swift but also resonate with Louis Armstrong. With “99 Luftballons” by Nena, PMJ 2020 covered a song in German for the first time and turned it into a jazzy version. The song is sung by pop singer Aly Ryan, who was part of the German ESC preliminary decision in 2019. In creating a touring version of the postmodern jukebox concept, the PMJ is working to combine the right talent with the right material and create a unique and immersive experience for the audience. Get ready for the most sensational party of the 20s on this side of The Great Gatsby!

PMJ now has over a billion views and 4.4 million subscribers on YouTube and more than 2 million fans on Facebook. For the past decade, PMJ toured the world playing hundreds of shows in sold out houses on six continents. She was a guest at shows such as “Good Morning America”, topped the charts, attracted the attention of the major news channels and has a large number of celebrities among her fans, such as Beyoncé, Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani.