There are many ways to earn money as a musician. From online downloads to performing on street corners, musicians know better than most that the secret to survival lies within staying as busy as possible. For Petar Mandic, this concept is a way of life. I got to catch a glimpse of Mandic and lead guitarist , Aaron Cummins, in action this past Saturday at Bearnos by the Bridge. It's always interesting to see how an artist's personality inevitably seeps through to an audience beyond the music they play and beyond the covers of popular tunes they choose to perform. Mandic offered a great blend of late night drinking tunes by covering everything from Bob Seger to Mumford and Sons to Foster the People. I highly recommend grabbing a Monday night drink with Petar and friends this evening at Diamond Bar in the Highlands from 10pm to 2am. For more upcoming shows or booking information, check out Petar Mandic on Facebook or at Petar_Mandic2000@yahoo.com.
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