Postmodern Jukebox At The Birchmere, January 19

STOP THE PRESSES: For those who who were dawdling around with politics and missed the big news for Washington DC on November 4: Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox announced they are returning to the East Coast on January 19 for a single show at The Birchmere in Alexandria. (They missed the DC area on their recent tour).

You might, perhaps, notice who is running the United States Senate in January. But you will definitely rue your fate for the remainder of your days if you miss the chance to see PMJ while they are in town.

Tickets go on sale, formally, tomorrow at noon at Ticketmaster; HOWEVER, you can buy tickets right now, “pre-sale,” through the PMJ Web site.

If you want to see Postmodern Jukebox, you should get the tickets now, because last time they played in our area they sold out two consecutive shows at The Hamilton in DC. They have a serious fan base here.

Also, tomorrow at 2:00 pm, you can get tickets for the pre-show “mingle” with PMJ which is fun, inexpensive and, well, just silly to miss.

It’s one of the best shows you will ever see in your life, and it’s in Alexandria for goodness sakes, so make a list of all the people you really like and go buy tickets for the January 19 show while you can.

Author: FirewallNOVA Guy

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4 thoughts on “Postmodern Jukebox At The Birchmere, January 19”

  1. Well, it’s not like people will come here to find out who won in the 10th CD. We’re going to have to run the stories the mainstream refuses to run.

    I’d never heard of this group before Right started boosting them here. I don’t have any say over what he posts (nor does he over me), but I am starting to notice his musical theme is kind of one-dimensional.

    Then again, I’m an angry lefty, so I tend to get more worked up about diversity issues than most folks do.

  2. Well I don’t get out much, I will grant you that. But there is something to be said for relentless focus on that which is excellent.

    Soon will begin the 417-part cooking series which, you will see, involves a lot of ground beef.

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