Al and I discovered Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) on YouTube within the last year. When we found out they were touring and coming to Norfolk, we bought tickets in April!
Sadly, Al wasn’t able to go because the concert date conflicted with his recent work trip to Mexico. So, we invited our 13-year-old niece, Mia, to be my date. It was awesome!!
The ensemble told everyone up front that photos and videos were definitely allowed, which was amazing!
This was the set before the concert started. The curtain was gorgeous!
There was such a vintage theme. I took pictures mainly because of all of the costume changes!
This woman. Holy cow! So soulful, and beautiful. She reminded me so much of Aretha Franklin!
All of the different dresses!
One of the singers, and the resident tap dancer!
The beginning of their rendition of “Africa.”
The whole band! Every single one of them was awesome!
They were singing and dancing to “Umbrella.” So colorful!
The trombonist’s last night on tour was in Norfolk. He was awesome!
The tap dancer! I love this action shot!
She sang a fabulous version of “Time After Time.” It brought the house down!
It was such a wonderful experience! If they come to your city/town, it’s completely worth the money!
For more information, check out these links and videos:
There’s so many more on YouTube!
Have you heard of Postmodern Jukebox?
If you have, do you have a favorite version / rendition of theirs?
Until the next headline, Laura Beth 🙂