It was in April 1967 that the original Pink Floyd played the Britannia Club, but with Barrett and Wright having passed away, plus a reunion of Waters, Gilmour and Mason looking the longest of long shots,
Nottingham looked to The Australian Pink Floyd Show to be an adequate alternative to the real thing.
And they did not disappoint. Having sold over three million tickets to concerts in 35 countries, a packed Royal Concert Hall were treated to a set which featured favourites from Floyd’s most iconic albums.
The world’s greatest Pink Floyd tribute band opened their set with an awesome Astronomy Domine which was followed by some serious Floyd fan favourites including Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick In The Wall, Money, Time and Welcome To The Machine, before finishing the set with Comfortably Numb, which had this enraptured audience demanding more.
As a tribute band, there is no better. They take painstaking care to ensure that every detail from Floyd’s recordings is revived and relived. Their attention to detail and reproduction of each track was meticulous and clinically precise in every detail.
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