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American band Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) will give concerts in St.-Petersburg and Moscow in October. About it reported in a press release received by the editors”.ru”.
Postmodern Jukebox collective was founded in 2011 in new York, pianist and arranger Scott Bradley. The group became famous due to its retro-modern instead of rare covers on popular songs.
“Embellishing jazz arrangements and rhythms of swing at the beginning of the XX century top songs of all, from Talking Heads and Radiohead to Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, PMJ has become a mobile show of colossal caliber, with 70 performers,” the organizers said.
The Moscow concert will be held on October 24 in “GlavClub Green Concert”, the tickets can be purchased on the website of the institution. Performance in St. Petersburg will be held on October 23 in A2 Green Concert.
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