Feature Video: ‘All About that Bass’, 1940’s Style!

Jazz singer 1940's style

Now a lot of people have been impressed with Meghan Trainor’s song ‘All About that Bass’, but this jazzy version by Postmodern Jukebox is truly awesome! I actually like this version better than the original and the vocals by Kate Davis really shine through.

Take a look at the video, it’s pure vintage edge and I’m sure you’ll love the music as much as I did…

By the way, for anyone wondering where my feature posts have gone, apologies; I have a little a cold at the moment, but also have a couple of half written gems on the back burner. Once my brain is back to fully-functioning, I’ll have something amazing out soon!


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Katerina Simms is a Romance Writer & Recovering Former Mermaid, born on a sunny Mediterranean island. These days she resides in Melbourne, Australia, where she spends her days writing novels and musing on her highly successful blog. For regular updates, feel free to Subscribe to her newsletter.

There are 4 comments for this article
  1. MIke Mike at 7:45 pm

    I really liked this version! She’s got quite a voice and I can imagine the song being sung in a club with low lights, everyone in ’40’s garb!

    • Katerina Simms Author at 10:41 am

      Mind you, the original does have a jazzy vibe already (although with a lot more production) so this cover isn’t a huge stretch. But those vocals are so awesome, I love the way she articulates with that old school feel.

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