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We’re sure many of our readers have heard of the group Postmodern Jukebox. They are famous for reworking popular songs into different, vintage genres including swing and jazz. They have over 3 million subscribers on their YouTube channel and over a million fans on Facebook.
The group was founded by pianist and arranger Scott Bradlee in 2011 and features different vocalists and musicians almost every performance. Over 70 musicians have performed with Postmodern Jukebox. During one of their live streams, a fan asked if they could perform the iconic Patsy Cline song “Crazy,” and Bradlee says the woman who sang it, Annie Bosko, “killed it,” so they decided to record it together!
Postmodern fans may remember Bosko from her collaboration with the band on the Avril Lavigne song “Complicated.”
Thank goodness they did, or else we wouldn’t have found out about Bosko’s incredible voice. They turned “Crazy,” an already jazzy-country song, into a full-on jazz song, and we can’t get enough.
Sitting behind a piano, Bradlee played the timeless song’s music as Bosko delivered spine-tingling vocals on this country standard.
What do you think of this version? Let us know in the comments after you watch the performance below.