Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox Hideaway
At a Glance
What is it?
An intimate concert by the pop/jazz group that takes modern songs and reinterprets them with old-school arrangements.
Is it worth the cost?
It’s a small club and they usually put on a great show so I’d say yes.
Why should I see this show?
People who want something a little different than your typical nightclub experience.
What else do I need to know?
Singers and band members will change from week to week so it could be an entirely different show if you see it multiple times.
What’s the bottom line?
If you like them on YouTube you’re probably going to love them in person.
Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox has wracked up hundreds of millions of views on YouTube for their videos of pop classics redone with old-school arrangements. For a primer, check out their torch song remake of Britney’s “Toxic,” their 50’s rock and roll cover of Toto’s “Africa,” or their flapper era version of Carly Rae Jepson’s “Call Me Maybe” as a starters.
The group has now taken up residence at the 1OAK nightclub at The Mirage, doing five nights a week at 7:30 before the club opens.
PMJ is a fluid group, meaning that the singers and band members are different all the time, with multiple versions of the group touring at any given time. So that means you could see an entirely different show here in Vegas from week to week, but you can usually expect high caliber entertainers, many of which you might recognize from shows like “American Idol” and “The Voice.”