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Win a pair of tickets for Scott Bradlee's PostModern Jukebox : modern jazzy popular music on YouTube and at MTelus, Friday March 1st.

Scott Bradlee Postmodern Jukebox 150x150.jpgScott Bradlee's PostModern Jukebox is a collective musical group founded by talented pianist Scott Bradlee in 2011. The group is known for its reinterpretations of modern popular music such as All About The Bass, Oops I did It Again and reshape these songs to turn them into a masterpiece of the 20s. Postmodern Jukebox has collected over a billion views on YouTube in addition to having 3.6 million subscribers on their YouTube account.

For the YouTube page of Scott Bradlee's PostModern Jukebox, it's here

The group was born in a basement of a small apartment located in Astroria, Queens.  At that time, Scott Bradlee was producing videos with his close university friends. In 2009, he released a video titled "a medley of '80s songs done ragtime style," which captured the attention of none other than the great author Neil Gaiman. His interest in the video gave Scott Bradlee great visibility and he was able to have his first viral video. Then, a few years later in 2011, Postmodern Jukebox was officially formed with their first video "A Motown Tribute to Nickelback.”

Scott Bradlee's PostModern Jukebox will be performing live on Friday March 1st at MTelus. Don’t miss this unique chance to experience the 20s vibe.

For more info :
To participate in this contest, email us at with your full name, mailing address, postal code and phone number. The contest draw will be held Wednesday, February 27th, 2019. Only contest winners will be contacted by the evenko staff.

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Win a pair of tickets for Scott Bradlee's PostModern Jukebox March 1st at MTelus!

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