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Featuring: KATE DAVIS
All About That Bass (2014)

Postmodern Jukebox has taken the Internet by storm and may often be seen spotlighted on The Huffington Post, Elle, and ABC's Good Morning America. Here PMJ join up with the fabulous Kate Davis to cover Meghan Trainor's pop hit, "All About That Bass."

The Golden Age of Burlesque
Written by Jess   

The Golden Age of Burlesque Although burlesque has Victorian roots its great heyday was around the 1920s and 30s through to the 40s, when prohibition started to bite. In 1930 there were several hundred specialist burlesque houses in the US alone and many more around the world. There's no doubt that the genre had strong links with the German cabaret scene, which was peaking around the same time, and a strong influence on the development of modern musical theatre, but burlesque was and is unique.

Jimmy Vargas - Requiem for a Shadow Bride: Blues for The Black Dahlia
Written by Will “the Thrill” Viharo   

Jimmy Vargas - Requiem for a Shadow Bride: Blues for The Black DahliaResembling a slick, satin Satan in a pinstripe suit, with delectable but doomed dolls draping his silky shoulders, Jimmy expertly exudes a sleek, sensuous, sinister, star-crossed style no matter what medium he’s mastering. Requiem for a Shadow Bride is a criminally cool companion piece to his exotic extravaganza Torchin’ at Tallulah’s.

Delco Nightingale - Swingin' On the Edge
Written by Will “The Thrill” Viharo   

Delco NightingalesDelco Nightingale (love that moody moniker) is a gritty, witty punk-rockabilly-jazz fusion band from Philly, featuring vivaciously vampy vocalist Erin Berry, with badass backup provided by guitarist Greg Phoenix, upright bassist Sawyer Thomas and drummer Eddie Everett. They already have a large, devoted following, turning on today’s jaded, melody-challenged kids to genuine swing/jazz standards.


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