July 18, 2015 by Benji
Scott Bradlee is a piano player who started posting piano covers of songs about 6 years ago. Within a few years he was posting full songs and for the last three years he has been doing his unique full band covers under the band name Post Modern Jukebox. Under the name PMJ Scott and his band cover popular songs in the styles of the 1920s – 1950s and its GLORIOUS. Here is my top 10 list of covers. but make sure to scan the YouTube channel (and Itunes to buy some music) for your favorite covers.
10) Such Great Heights – Jackson 5 – Style The Postal Service Cover ft. Kiah Victoria
9) “Bohemian Rhapsody in Blue” (Queen / Gershwin Mashup)
8) Blurred Lines – Vintage “Bluegrass Barn Dance” Robin Thicke Cover
7) Creep – Vintage Soul Radiohead Cover ft. Karen Marie (the only song that gets repeated – both versions are stellar)
6) Hash Pipe (1920’s Great Gatsby Style Weezer Cover) – Thomas Jefferson and His Ragtime Orchestra
5) Stacy’s Mom – Vintage 1930s Hot Jazz Fountains of Wayne Cover ft. Casey Abrams
4) We Can’t Stop – Vintage 1950’s Doo Wop Miley Cyrus Cover ft. The Tee – Tones
3) Gangsta’s Paradise – Vintage 1920’s Al Capone Style Coolio Cover ft. Robyn Adele Anderson
2) Creep – Vintage Postmodern Jukebox Radiohead Cover ft. Haley Reinhart (2nd time in the lineup and even better)
1) “Sweet Child O’ Mine” – New Orleans Style Guns N’ Roses Cover ft. Miche Braden
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