BRIT FLOYD currently in the midst of their multi-city “50 Years of Dark Side Tour” of North America, will wrap the 2023 dates with some very special guests for the tour’s final three shows. Pink Floyd Alum Durga McBroom and Scott Page, Harry Waters (Roger Waters’ son and piano and Hammond player) and PJ Olsson (lead vocalist of Alan Parsons Live Project) will join The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Experience in Phoenix, AZ (November 28), Los Angeles, CA (November 30) and Ventura, CA (December 1).
As they prepare for The Hunt for Green October Tour, kicking off on Wednesday, October 11th in Oakland, CA for their final Bay Area show of the year, Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade has unveiled a pro-shot video capturing their rendition of Pink Floyd's "Pigs,” live from the Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO.
In March, fans got the exciting news that Gov’t Mule would be hitting the road in July to perform a run of thirteen shows that would incorporate some of the most iconic music in pop culture. Born from an incredibly special Halloween show in 2008 and only performed a select number of times since Warren Haynes and his fearsome foursome would once again give their constituents a satisfying ride on The Mule before presenting their reinterpretation of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
In this 50th year of Pink Floyd’s certifiably mad 1973 masterpiece The Dark Side of the Moon, and with every Floyd-themed band known to Man going all out to honor its Golden Anniversary, you could conceivably be able to hear the album played live all year long. And, thanks to an endless supply of PF tribute bands, you can bet it will be played again and again and again, well into the distant future.
Pink Talking Fish made the penultimate stop on their spring tour with a visit to the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA on Saturday night. The band consisting of Cal Kehoe (Guitar/Vox), Eric Gould (Bass/Vox), Richard James (Keys/Vox), and Zack Burwick (Drums), took to the stage to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Pink Floyd’s epic album Dark Side of the Moon by playing it in its entirety for the first set.
Sometimes when musicians combine different musical genres, it can be a case of worlds colliding, with collateral damage thrown about. And then, in cases such as veteran rock guitarist Jeff Pevar and his current band The Gilmour Project, multiple influences come together in a harmonic convergence that creates deep, new electrical reactions, with many good vibes but no debris left to clean up.