Springsteen, Bon Jovi get vintage Postmodern Jukebox treatment
Hearing some of Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen's hits may transport you back to the '80s, but what about the 1940s or '50s?
If that sounds a little off to you, you haven't heard Scott Bradlees' latest homage to the two Jersey rockers.
Bradlee, the Hunterdon County Native and creative mind behind Postmodern Jukebox, released the group's latest pop-song gone vintage this week.
"We're taking a Bruce Springsteen classic back to a '50s diner," Bradlee wrote in a post on PMJ's website unveiling its rendition of "Dancing in the Dark."
The group releases new YouTube videos weekly and this is the second week in a row they've covered New Jersey musicians. Last week PMJ remade Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name."
"You might say it’s a celebration of New Jersey in the PMJ universe this month," Bradlee wrote.
This week's video features Von Smith, whose voice you might recognize from American Idol. Keep an eye out for Grammy Award Winning "Tambourine Guy" Tim Kubart.
Last week's Bon Jovi cover featured Jenny Lena, a dutch singer who was a finalist on The Voice of Holland last year.