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Scott Bradlee on PostModern Jukebox

Scott Bradlee, creator of PostModern Jukebox, sat with Steve Adubato on “One-on-One” to discuss how he is taking today’s pop music and bringing it back to the era of vinyl records and Rat Pack.

“It’s a community of artists,” Bradlee says. This community has featured singer Addie Hamilton and American Idol alum Haley Reinhart.

“I wanted to create this alternate universe where today’s pop music existed many years ago,” he says. The modern songs are reimagined as though they were released back in the days of vinyl records and Motown.

To learn more about PostModern Jukebox, click here.

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#HipNJ Celebrates 20 Years of Komen North Jersey: Nancy Sumas

After finding out about her breast cancer diagnosis, Nancy Sumas turned to her friend and fellow cancer survivor, Deb Belfatto. Although Nancy and Deb had been friends for years, Deb sharing her personal journey greatly impacted Nancy. Their friendship grew even stronger as Deb helped Nancy through her treatment.

Throughout Nancy’s involvement over the past two decades– personally and through Wakefern, the family business– she has seen the changes that have occurred within the breast cancer community here in the Garden State. The accomplishments of Susan G. Komen North Jersey gives Nancy hope for the future of the fight against breast cancer.

For more information on Susan G. Komen North Jersey, visit KomenNorthJersey.org.

Comedian Vic DiBitetto visits the #HipNJ Studio

Comedian Vic DiBitetto visited Lisa Marie Latino in the #HipNJ studio to discuss his rise to comedic success.

The Manalapan resident recalls doing a video called “Bread & Milk,” which went viral on social media and jump-started his comedic career. “I did it on my own,” he says. “I took something that millennials use and used it to get my following.”

What’s next for this NJ native? “I’m booked into 2018,” he states. He is headlining clubs and theaters, and is currently in two independent films. In fact, he will be at NJPAC January 26-27, 2018. Tickets can be purchased here.

“I get paid to make people laugh,” he says. “I am enjoying the fruits of my labor.”

To learn more about Vic DiBitetto, click here.