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Postmodern Jukebox Reviews

Jazz & BluesConcerts

Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 28



3.0 star rating Amelia from Toronto, Ontario


I found the music was too loud, RTH has awesome acoustics and there was no need for it to be so loud. Tap dancing was very good, I just wish they had Morgan, Miche or Casey with them and Scott you are so much better on the ivories than the guy you had in Toronto

3.0 star rating Mark from Calgary, Alberta


Not sure what happened. The show at times was turned into a HardRock format done 1920's style with the MC SCREAMING his lyrics. This I was not expecting. SCOTT BRADLEYS PMJ format somehow got hijacked and it was not for the better. The MC can sing and performs well, so whats up with the RockStar routine????? The rest of the singers were awesome and true to form in the tradition of PMJ. I watched many videos on PMJ and was not expecting a change of venue (disappointing). Ohhh and the Tap Dancing was phenomenal but way too much of it, I was their to listen to the PMJ BRAND OF MUSIC. PMJ Brand needs to get back on track to their original formula SILKY SMOOTH SINGING LIKE THE 1920's. This show last night was at times on track and awesome, other times with the MC singing it became a 1920's ROCKSHOW full of screaming and way too loud. PLEASE Scott Bradley, gain back control of PMJ.

3.0 star rating Wendy from Toronto


This was our third time seeing PMJ in Toronto, and by far the weakest performance. New cast, but so much else was repeated. How many times does the Canadian audience need to hear "My heart will go on"? Hopefully, next time there will be new content, despite the theme, whatever it may be.

3.0 star rating Frank from Indianapolis, Indiana


I was eagerly anticipating seeing Postmodern Jukebox at The Palladium in Carmel, IN, after watching many of their YouTube videos. The show we saw was nothing like the terrific performances that the group has posted online. Virtually all of the musicians were different from the ones in the videos and the same with the female performers. The performance we saw needed at least two or three more ladies on stage and two more guys to sing. And I can't believe how much of the show was taken up by the ( extremely talented ) performer tap dancing. By my count he performed at least six times! I have the feeling that they knew they were vastly shorthanded and that they needed to do something to fill up the show in the absence of more female and male performers. The musicians were top-notch, but the show was a bit too dependent on the emcee, who was the only male singer. He is very talented, but he needed much more of a supporting cast. I'll continue watching the terrifically entertaining PMJ videos, but I won't be back to see another live performance.

3.0 star rating Betty from New Bedford MA


The sound mixer should listen to the actal sound. All it had going for it was volume. I could hardly hear singers voices. Just volume. Mcee was way over the top and didn’t fit with PMJ style and way too much tap dancing. It was fun to watch but got old after a while. Not great, just okay.

3.0 star rating A. Shanahan from Baltimore, Maryland


I left the show singing Ethel Merman, who sang ,and belted but did not scream. Very talented musicians with showmanship. Singers had powerful voices. In these troubled times, I would never have opened the show with "Happy Days are here Again". Ouch. Yet, I was transported to a different era when clubs , bands and singers were the go to entertainment. Tweak the show; turn down the mikes, let those beautiful voices sing out so words can be understood and let the music play on.

3.0 star rating Johan D. from Orlando, Florida


I'm a big fan of the YouTube channel and looked forward to this for months to see them in Orlando on 4/3/22. It was fun but somewhat of a mixed bag. The MC was a surprise, funny and great voice. Fantastic musicians but it was disappointing that Scott Bradley was not the guy on piano. I was hoping to see a bigger group of familiar performers from the videos. Instead the show was mostly 3 unknown-to-me (but still amazing) singers plus the multi-talented Gunhild Carling as the only one I recognized. The tap dancer. Unbelievable skills and 1 or 2 numbers would be perfect. But this was a bit too much, upwards of 20+ minutes of the show was purely tap-dancing. One routine went on for at least 10 minutes solid, no joke. Some of the musical performances would have benefited from less Tambourine guy. He was funny for a minute but unfortunately he was there far longer than a minute. Overall it was a fun night but I would not go again unless I knew the line-up ahead of time.


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