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Postmodern Jukebox Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 29



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.

3.0 star rating Shira Cherns from Toronto, Ontario


I had seen their videos, which made me buy a ticket for their live performance at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. A few good songs (I liked the Spice Girls one), but, as others have already mentioned, too much very loud, overdone shrieking (at one point I was actually plugging my ears) and too much tap-dancing. Most of the songs were unrecognizable to me. I *thought* the music was meant to be arranged to be 1920s-style, but it seemed like a big mashup of...I'm not sure what! The 6-piece band was good. Didn't like the MC's "schtick". I would not return to another PMJ show, based on tonight's experience.

2.0 star rating Sarah B from Seattle, Washington


My hubby and I had been very much looking forward to this event for the last few months. This was sadly not the wonderful Postmodern Jukebox that we were expecting. Some of the singing was so 'screechy' and the music was so incredibly loud and overpowering that you couldn't really hear some of the songs. It was supposed to be 1920's themed but we didn't get much of that at all - just lots of ear-piercing noise. In the end, we decided to leave before the encore. Such a shame!

2.0 star rating Teresa Clark from Findlay, Ohio


Was my favorite group...listen on Facebook all the time...but was so disappointed in the performance in Findlay, Ohio. The emcee screamed the songs...decibel range was 110...was so loud that it was hard to understand the words of any performance songs except for about 3 ballads. All songs had predictable endings with vocal gymnastics over the top...the instrumental musicians were excellent but again, hard to enjoy because of the volume...just was not necessary.

2.0 star rating Steve from Knoxville, TN


Each song sounded the same. Everything just ran together. Can’t help but feel they just took shortcuts to get back on the road as quickly as possible after Covid. Very disappointed.

2.0 star rating John Vass from Melbourne Australia


Common theme amongst the reviews which I totally agree with... concert was very flat, MC would constantly refer to the crowd as beautiful people and talked and taled to fill in time, the trap dancer tapped way to long. Musicians were ok but this show hit 10% the entertainment factor compared to the YouTube videos, hence I would say that I was ripped off and did not get what the advertising wad selling

1.0 star rating D & M Jay from Vancouver, British Columbia


Yesterday’s Vancouver concert was horrible. Excepting for a couple of exceptional performances it was a feast of screeching, too much tap dancing by one male performer and the MC going bananas. Not at all what i was expecting after watching their YouTube clips.


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