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SCOTT BRADLEE’S POSTMODERN JUKEBOX
Sunday, November 3 • 3pm
In his basement in New York City, Scott Bradlee applied his passion for jazz, ragtime, and doo-wop styles to contemporary hits by singers like Macklemore and Miley Cyrus, and created Postmodern Jukebox. This rotating supergroup devoted to period covers of pop songs has grown to more than three million YouTube subscribers, several sell-out world tours, and even a Las Vegas residency.
Tickets go on sale July 15 to the general public. Advance tickets are available when you become a donor.
For updates about the Postmodern Jukebox performance at Macomb Center email MacombArts@macomb.edu with the subject line Postmodern Jukebox.
Experiencing art and culture is more than just being entertained. The research is conclusive: the arts have the power to inspire, to teach, to unify and truly transform individuals of all ages and backgrounds. The Macomb Center for the Performing Arts and the Lorenzo Cultural Center together offer a comprehensive slate of cultural and enrichment activities and programming that spans the generations, supplements educational objectives and enriches community life. We could not do this without your help. It is only through the generous financial support of dedicated friends, who value the arts and culture in our community, who step forward each year that we are able to bring the level of quality programming you have come to expect.
Donors of the Macomb Center and Lorenzo Cultural Center have the opportunity to take advantage of a variety of cost-saving membership benefits. VIEW Donor Benefits. These benefits are our way of thanking you for supporting the programming at the Macomb Center and Lorenzo Cultural Center and for contributing to the cultural vitality of the entire community. They are a fitting tribute to those whose generosity continues to make it possible for us to educate, enrich, and entertain. Additionally, donors of a certain level will be included on the College’s beautiful donor wall located in the theater lobby.