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The spectacular 1920s show by Postmodern Jukebox at Fuzz

With a majestic satin curtain as a backdrop behind Casey Abrams, Cristina Gatti, Sara Niemietz, Olivia Kuper Harris, Dave Tedeschi, Steve Whipple and Jabu and the audience filled with boys and girls dressed as Great Gathby heroes, on Sunday, December 8th, the Fuzz Club seemed as a speakeasy American bar of the 20's.

By ending their “Welcome to the Twenties 2.0” tour in Athens, Postmodern Jukebox gave us a unique, filled with 1920's energy, night. From the moment they set their feet on stage with “Umbrella” (Rihanna) untul the end of the show, when they performed “What is Love” by Haddaway, PMJ ever stopped interacting with the audience, dancing and of course singing some of the most belove hits, such as “All About that bass”, “Heroes” and “I will Survive”.

On the other hand, the audience couldn't stop dancing unti the last minute of the show, proving that Scott Bradlee's music group has managed to build a strong love relationship with the Greek audience.

Before they left the stage, PMJ thanked their colleagues, the people that filled the venue and renewed their visit for the nearest future.