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“PB&J: Two guys jamming together Duos are all the rage in tough times SALISBURY -- If you're out at a bar this weekend on the Eastern Shore, the chances are pretty good that you'll see an acoustic duo shoved off in a corner somewhere. With wallets tightening and floor space becoming more and more precious, there isn't a lot of room for a set of drums and the usual quartet of guitars, bass, keyboards and a singer. "That's been happening for the last couple of years," guitarist Pete Bozick said. "More than anything, it has to do with the economy -- a lot of the clubs that we used to play at as a full band will say, 'Well, we're going to cut the price back. You can bring your full band in here, but we understand if you want to pair it back to a duo.'" Bozick, a member of The Permilla Projects, The Larks, The Bullbuckers and The Pam Miller Band, knows local music about as well as anyone. His latest foray, PB&J, fits into the condensed model of duos favored by many area venues. ”
“For a great evening with acoustic rock and hip hop you must see Josh Pryor. You will love his original arrangements of rock classics combined with soulful acoustic pop songs. Pryor rocks covers that range from Johnny Cash, Radiohead, Gnarles Barkley, Nirvana, The Pixies, to Michael Jackson, Boys II Men, Beastie Boys, and Snoop Dogg, while also throwing in a few originals in the mix. From Salisbury, Md, Pryor has played locally for 10 years in a number of different local projects including the notorious Goatbag, while also playing his own solo acoustic show for two years. You can see him around town in Salisbury at the Green Turtle and the Monkey Barrel and also check him out in Ocean City at the Island Oasis. ”