“Toxic” – Watch Melinda Doolittle’s Amazing PMJ Debut On Our Brand New Album, “Squad Goals”
***The new Postmodern Jukebox album, Squad Goals, is available now!
From the early days of Postmodern Jukebox, we received many, many requests for a collaboration with Melinda Doolittle – and now, we’re happy to say it’s finally here. Check out this blues-y, vamp-y, 1930s remake of Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” and just listen to her incredible voice.
Download / Order “Toxic” from our ‘Squad Goals’ album:
I remember hearing Melinda sing “My Funny Valentine” during Season 6 of American Idol years ago, and being awestruck at power, nuance, and polish of her voice; indeed, she was later regarded as one of the best Idol contestants of all time. In arranging a song for her, I wanted to be sure to showcase all this and more — and, indeed, she raised the bar for PMJ vocals in this video.
Melinda’s debut is one of the many highlights of our new album, “Squad Goals.”
We’re looking forward to bringing our musical time machine all over Australia, New Zealand, US / Canada, and Europe – check our ticket page to see if Postmodern Jukebox is coming to your city.
Enjoy the new album, and welcome Melinda to the family!
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