Less than 8 months after their cancellation, Postmodern Jukebox is set to return to Singapore

If you were one of the many die-hard fans that bought tickets to catch rotating music collective Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) last year, you would’ve been sorely disappointed seeing how it was cancelled because of “scheduling conflict“. But the guys behind LAMC Productions have worked hard to bring them back; and return they will to perform at the Kallang Theatre for one night on Sep 18.

The musical group has drawn fans everywhere because of their cool interpretation of popular music done in various vintage genres likes swing and jazz. Since forming in 2009, when Bradlee and his friends rode it out in his small apartment in Queens, New York, they’ve garnered more than 925 million views on YouTube, 3.2 million subscribers, performed live on Good Morning America (the American morning show on ABC) and topped numerous iTunes and Billboard charts with their releases. The success was all in part of a tweet about one of his first videos by famed American Gods author Neil Gaiman, which caused it to go viral.

Tickets are priced from $88-$158 and will be available via Sistic from May 6, 10am.