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Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, a revolving collective of performers who bring today’s popular music to the time of jazz, ragtime, and swing made the third stop on their US tour in Baltimore on Tuesday. They played to a lively crowd at the almost completely filled the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Many in the audience came dressed in vintage fashion and had bought tickets months ago.

The band first gained notoriety through their YouTube channel, which has received over 300 million views. The group’s cover of Lorde’s song “Royals,” with a collaboration with Puddles Pity Party, has over 13 million views.

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