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This show was amazing! The musicians and artists are incredible. The range of their voices and the creativity they use with making this music a truly new song is phenomenal. Don't hesitate to purchase tickets now or in the future. It is SO worth every penny. And Hoyt Sherman is such a fabulous venue!
Rich Wetmore from Waretown, NJ
I really enjoyed last nights performance at Count Basie. I especially enjoyed the two singing sisters whom I hadn’t heard before. They each had strong and unique singing voices, and at times it was like witnessing one of the TV singing competition shows. Entertaining and well done to all!
M. Price from Calgary, Alberta
POSTMODERN JUKEBOX "ROCKED"
If one was expecting old timey Jazz, one might have been disappointed and maybe a bit uninformed. PMJ takes current songs and flips them on their heads and converts them into high energy, hand clapping Jazz style masterpieces. Added bonus, some amazing tap dancing. IMHO 5 stars is not enough for last nights performance. I hope they return to Calgary again.
Jill Pitman from Atlantic City, New Jersey
POP MUSIC TURNED ON ITS SIDE- AND KICKED A LITTLE.
Great great great rendition of Nothing Else Matters- she was an awesome singer! She received a standing ovation at the Borgata! I wish I could find her single or even her name. She was talented. Douglas Jr the MC sounded like a recording he was so spot on. Definitely check out the show if you want something that screams Vintage Atlantic City! And dress up- it’s fun!
Chris from Toronto, ON
BEST VOICES I’VE EVER HEARD - TORONTO, AUG 2
The Spice Girls if they existed during WW2, Celine Dion if she fronted a 50s Doo-wop band, the White Stripes as a classic Jazz ensemble. The concert travelled through time with some of the best vocal talent I’ve ever heard. The Celine closer sung by the host made me tingle, so powerful were the vocals. This group is not to be missed.
from Toronto, ON
WOW. JUST WOW
Saw them in Toronto and I was literally blown away. Excellent musicians. Some of the most amazing singers I've ever heard and an MC that hit notes I didn't know a man could even hit. Throw in a tap dancer with lots of character and you leave with a massive smile on your face.
Will from Phil from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WATCH SOME VIDEOS BEFORE YOU GO
This show is not for everybody, just those who like incredibly talented live vocalists backed by a band with horns, electric guitar, drums, and of course, piano. "Tambourine Guy" was a welcomed addition, since I have seen his excited puppy-like energy in most of the videos online. Scott Bradlee was not on piano and the line-up was not exactly as advertised, but it was very good and wildly entertaining. Michael Cunio was the MC and while he can scream like a Jack Black-fronted rock band, he can deliver at all levels. I am thoroughly surprised he is not touring with Queen, since he can do a solid Freddie Mercury, which is not easy. I apologize for not having their names here, but the expected sirens of song lit up the stage and other male guests appeared from recent talent contests, which is to be expected with a touring company. The tap dancing was fun and adds a quirky energy that keeps the show light and entertaining. A Morgan James video introduced me to PMJ, so I came to see the sirens or torchlight songs, but did not expect the live show to be exactly like the videos anyway. I brought three guests who had no idea what they were getting into. They were blown away and are now advocates for PMJ. Keep them coming (and see if you can get Morgan to tour next year!).
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