Postmodern Jukebox: A Tribute presented by Claire Fahie
Friday 26 August 7.00pm
Famous for reworking popular modern music into different vintage genres including jazz, ragtime and a little bit of cabaret; Postmodern Jukebox is a retro musical group lead by band leader and jazz pianist Scott Bradlee that took the internet by storm, now with over 1.2 billion YouTube views and 4 million subscribers.
After many popular and successful shows, Claire Fahie and her incredibly talented band are back, bringing you more alternative covers of your favourite popular songs.
You can expect to hear Megan Trainer’s All About that Bass’, Radio Head’s, ‘Creep’, Macklemore’s ‘Thrift Shop’, The Police ‘Every Breath You Take’ and many more.. all done in an alternative, Postmodern Jukebox style.
After performing at Hong Kong’s Mandarin Oriental’s Jazz & Blues Bar, Claire Fahie is back on the Perth Music scene. Well known for her expressive and soulful performance style, this is a show that will have you up and dancing or grooving in your seats.
Bookings are highly recommended!
Who’s in the band?
Lead vocals: Claire Fahie
Keys: Bob Tweedie
Bass: Adam Springhetti
Drums: Ryan Daunt
Horns: Matt Smith & James Sewell
About the artist:
“Poised, sassy and soulful” are just a few words frequently used to describe one of Australia’s most noteworthy up and coming international vocalists. Recently performing at the Mandarin Oriental’s Jazz & Blues Bar in Hong Kong, Claire Fahie is well known for her originals and covers, performing a vast variety of genres such as disco, pop, R&B and soul. Claire’s expressive and soul wrenching vocals will have you up and dancing whilst at other times feeling deeply and emotionally connected to her music.
Claire’s crowd engagement and participation pledges each audience member an enjoyable and inclusive night of music. See what’s next by following Claire Fahie on social media.
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