DONT KNOW HOW ANYONE CUD NOT LUVVV THIS GROUP--MAYBE THINGS HAVE CHANGED SINCE 2008 BUT I HAVE NEVER HAD A TRIBUTE BAND BRING ME TO TEARS THAT THEY WERE SOOOO GOOD!!--THE SET UP , THE VOCALS, THE MUSICIANS QUALITY OF PLAY, THE LIGHT SHOW, AND THE 10 STAR SOUND SYSTEM!!! COMFORTABLELY NUMB BROUGHT ME TO HAPPY TEARS AND NEVER HAD THAT EXPERIENCE!! THEY EVEN HAD A FLYING PINK PIG AT THE END--CANT WAIT TO SEE THEM AGAIN OR I JUST MITE HAVE TO TRAVEL TO SEE THEM AGAIN!! IN LUV WITH PINK AGAIN:)) THANKS GUYS
Pink Floyd is my alltime favorite band, I am a guitarist from way back, and appreciate not only the genuis of PF music, but also the style of David Gilmour. I saw Pink Floyd in 1978 for the Wish You Were Here / Animals tour, which has been my favorite concert of all time, so I went into this not knowing what to expect. From the first minute, I was very pleasantly surprised and impressed with the total package -- the music was spot on, the musicians did not put themselves ahead of the music, but played with intensity and passion. I found myself on the verge of tears more than a couple times, being so drawn in to each note, phrase and song. Quality in every aspect, from the musicianship to the lighting to the added sound effects, just like the PF albums. It was eery, as they played the entire WYWH album, as I had experienced with the original Floyd concert. Highly recommend, 10 stars, go see if you can.
I enjoyed the show, especially the Sax player. They are worth seeing. I saw the "real" Pink Floyd three times, nothing is the same as a Pink Floyd stage show, but this band had good sound and I would probably see them again.
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For [$] per ticket I expected a perfect sound-alike performance and a HUGE lighting production. This was mediocre at best, if they were playing in a pub I would listen to them and enjoy it ok, but at that price I felt very ripped off. Vocally it was amateur and the music was very jerky and disjointed - I agree with an earlier reviewer who said "'Us & Them' is supposed to be an elegant & soft song - it's breezy - they made it choppy. 'Money' had no "wah-wah" pad in it - which is one of the most important musical aspects of that song." Also Learning to Fly was missing all of the communications talk in the middle which was disappointing. The light show was really lame. Save your money and see a different show. I am so aggravated that I paid [$] for this amateur hour - considering I paid [$] for front row seats to see the REAL Metallica. The musicians are ok, and the saving grace of the show was the sax player who is a major talent and a pleasure to listen to.
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