Scott Bradlee's postmodern Jukebox
Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) is an amazing collective headed up by pianist and arranger Scott Bradlee. It’s constantly changing (up to 70 musicians at a time!) and has racked up 500 million views and 2 million subscribers on YouTube since 2009. PMJ is also at the top of the iTunes and Billboard charts and has performed at hundreds of concerts worldwide. The group has made a reputation for itself by taking Top 40 hits and putting a fresh spin on them to take them back to the dawn of popular music and jazz. Postmodern Jukebox has gained millions of views by doo-wopping Aerosmith (Dream On) and We Can’t Stop by Miley Cyrus, turning Radiohead’s Creep into a heartfelt ballad and giving 2014’s All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor age-old charm and swing style. Scott Bradlee is the brains behind the collective and has managed to create an entire movement around PMJ in the space of 8 years. He chooses the tracks, rearranges them, schedules every group performance and picks the line-up for every tour.