Geeh from Los Angeles, California
I was excited to see them at the Long Beach Convention Center on Nov 24th, since I've watched them on YouTube, but was totally disappointed... their artists were so limited, and you don't need to announce every single performer... announcer was cheesy, boring, and just a waste of time... and to add to this...why too much tap dancing...i came to listen to great performers singing famous songs on the tube, and only recognized two or three...i was expecting more...I'd give it a "B" rating like in the movies... their budget was so cheap🤤😞😠... the three performers you pick for the show aren't your best ones!!! And what was that guy with tambourine who kept popping between performance every now and then... so corny😡 🤢
Jay Robin from Toronto, Ontario
TORONTO ROY THOMPSON HALL
I was disappointed with the host, he was way over the top with his cat like screeching. The female singers were excellent as were the band members. I did enjoy the tap dancer, a breath of fresh air. And the bonus, she could juggle. This was my first PMJ concert and will not attend another.
Amelia from Toronto, Ontario
I found the music was too loud, RTH has awesome acoustics and there was no need for it to be so loud. Tap dancing was very good, I just wish they had Morgan, Miche or Casey with them and Scott you are so much better on the ivories than the guy you had in Toronto
Mark from Calgary, Alberta
PMJ SHOW HIJACKED
Not sure what happened. The show at times was turned into a HardRock format done 1920's style with the MC SCREAMING his lyrics. This I was not expecting. SCOTT BRADLEYS PMJ format somehow got hijacked and it was not for the better. The MC can sing and performs well, so whats up with the RockStar routine????? The rest of the singers were awesome and true to form in the tradition of PMJ. I watched many videos on PMJ and was not expecting a change of venue (disappointing). Ohhh and the Tap Dancing was phenomenal but way too much of it, I was their to listen to the PMJ BRAND OF MUSIC. PMJ Brand needs to get back on track to their original formula SILKY SMOOTH SINGING LIKE THE 1920's. This show last night was at times on track and awesome, other times with the MC singing it became a 1920's ROCKSHOW full of screaming and way too loud. PLEASE Scott Bradley, gain back control of PMJ.
Wendy from Toronto
This was our third time seeing PMJ in Toronto, and by far the weakest performance. New cast, but so much else was repeated. How many times does the Canadian audience need to hear "My heart will go on"? Hopefully, next time there will be new content, despite the theme, whatever it may be.
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!
Teresa Clark from Findlay, Ohio
20'S POST MODERN JUKEBOX
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.
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