Having officially partnered in 1998, PB&J have been steadily on the rise. The duo has enjoyed success in the form of two 20 song-publishing deals with music library OneMusic (Firstcom). PB&J has been a mainstay on MTV programming for the past three years, rarely going a week without multiple cues on such shows as “The Real World”, “Punk’d”,“Road Rules”, “Road Rules Challenge”, “Making the Band” (I&II), “Fraternity Life”, “Sorority Life”, “Surfer Girls” and “Born to Diva” on VH-1. They have also contributed to many FOX productions such as “Malcolm in the Middle”,” America’s Most Wanted”, and the two-hour FOX special “Search for a Playboy Centerfold: Girl Next Door”. PB&J have also had many cues on cable programs such as “Extra!”, “Access Hollywood”, and “Rank”. They have also contributed to six Independent Films, a Verizon Wireless commercial, and have charted in the top 40 on Internet Radio in over 30 Countries worldwide!
Beastie Boys, The Crystal Method,The Beatles,The Orb, Nickel Creek, Rimsky Korsakov, Quincy Jones, Queen, Fatboy Slim, The Chemical Brothers, Dust Brothers, etc.
PB&J is Philip B. Francis (PB) and James Kernick (J).
With few style limitations, the two artist/producer/engineers have pioneered and embellished their craft, while generously exploring the depths of modern and retro music. With over 400 copyright free tracks in their catalog, the duo’s prolific nature is well respected, as is the consistency and potency of their music. Often described as cinematic and unpredictable, Phil and James take pride in the vast spectrum of tempos, colors, textures, and “feel” their productions invoke. Whether it be Acid Country, Electronica, Hip-Hop, Rock, Americana, World/Ethnic, Retro-American, Acid Jazz, Classical Fusion or Pop, PB&J delivers the goods.
Recent Credits Include -- Punk'd-- Verizon Wireless-- Malcom In The Middle-- Real World, The Guantlet, The Inferno-- What Not To Wear-- Making The Band II - and many others..