Australian Pink Floyd Tour Schedule
Whether it's Orpheum Theatre in Boston, the Bell Centre in Montreal or any
of the other top-tier venues that Australian Pink Floyd might show up at, this is just one of those bands that you have to
see up close and personal sooner or later if you're a Pink Floyd fan. Head out and see what all of the excitement is about
by snagging a few seats, which will bring you to the forefront of the action as Australian Pink Floyd looks to rock the stage
once again at a venue near you. This is a top-tier tribute band based on one of the most iconic rock bands of their era, making
for a great night of music that will have you simply glued to the memorable rock ballads.
And that's because this is
a talented Pink Floyd tribute band that you just can't duplicate anywhere outside of the stands alongside your fellow Pink
Floyd lovers, though that's not something that you're going to learn sitting on your couch wondering how the concert is getting
on. Put down the remote and see for yourself what has Australian Pink Floyd fans eagerly anticipating each and every one of
their major shows as the tour the country. With all kinds of memorable tunes to choose from, you'll suddenly be whisked away
into the glory of Pink Floyd, a band that pushed the boundaries of music into exciting new territory and is brought to life
in an exciting fashion with each show featuring Australian Pink Floyd.
Australian Pink Floyd Background
Australian Pink Floyd Show started in Adelaide, Australia, in 1988, with guitarist Lee Smith, who had a vision of turning
his passion for Pink Floyd into something substantial. After a very humble beginning, eventually Smith was able to make his
passion for the band into a career, lighting up audiences all over the world with Pink Floyd's dizzying rock ballads that
rank among the most famous songs in rock music history. In total, the band has had over 20 members over the years, though
it's the music of Pink Floyd that remains the constant that keeps propelling this band forward.
To understand Australian
Pink Floyd, of course, you also have to understand their influence. Started in 1965, English rock band Pink Floyd took the
rock scene by storm with classics like "The Dark Side of the Moon," "Wish You Were Here," "Animals" and "The Wall." Pink Floyd
ended up being easily one of the most influential rock bands of the 1970s, a group known for their iconic and unique tracks
that helped to transform the entire genre. More than 40 years after "The Dark Side of the Moon" became a mainstay around rock
music, Australian Pink Floyd breathes new life into the rock legends and has been bringing Pink Floyd music to great venues
all over the world for decades at this point.
Australian Pink Floyd Greatest Hits
The Australian Pink
Floyd Show is one tribute band that has been making a name for themselves for an impressive 25+ years, helping give them a
reputation nearly as prominent as the real deal. The group, headed by guitarist and vocalist Steve Mac, has sung all over
the world, including Northern Ireland, at the Glastonbury Music Festival, the U.S., Canada and even the Mediterranean island
of Malta. The original band, of course, was never more popular than when they knocked out classic tracks like "Brain Damage,"
"Have a Cigar," "Money," "Another Brick in the Wall," "Comfortably Numb" and many, many more, as this is one of those bands
that has a discography that can make even the most prolific artist blush.
Australian Pink Floyd Trivia
you know that "Dark Side of the Moon" never made it to number one on the U.K. charts?
Back in 1973, Pink Floyd took
their popularity to a completely different galaxy with "Dark Side of the Moon," though the highest it ever got in Pink Floyd's
native country was number two. In the U.S., however, "Dark Side of the Moon" made it to number one, as did later albums "Wish
You Were Here," "The Wall" and "The Division Bell," solidifying them as one of the most influential bands in rock music history.
Australian Pink Floyd Concert Experience
The concert experience is nothing short of unbelievable, but it's still
something that you have to get immersed in if you want to truly appreciate. When a great band like Australian Pink Floyd takes
to the stage, the energy will be nothing short of unbelievable, giving you plenty of reasons to click off the sound system
and head out to see it all happen before your very eyes as Australian Pink Floyd looks to put on yet another great show for
their dedicated fan base that always turns up in droves to show their support. With Australian Pink Floyd's dizzying blend
of music from the band of their inspiration, this is one concert experience that will have you sucked right into the concert
from the opening ballad to the last if you love Pink Floyd.