Brit Floyd is the ultimate Pink Floyd tribute band, and its attention to detail and contagious enthusiasm at live concerts has made it an act that people do not want to miss. The group strives to accurately represent Pink Floyd, and Brit Floyd has done the job so well that is has even had musicians who toured and performed with Pink Floyd perform alongside the tribute band, adding even more authenticity. Brit Floyd takes its Pink Floyd fandom to a whole new level with million-dollar light shows and merchandise that celebrates 40 Years of the Wall, which is also the name of its current tour. Since Pink Floyd has not performed live together since a one-off reunion performance at Live 8 in 2005, Brit Floyd allows fans to have the closest experience possible to seeing Pink Floyd perform.
Brit Floyd: The Australian Pink Floyd
Brit Floyd did not come into existence overnight; it was the initiative of the musical director, lead singer and guitarist, Damian Darlington, that made it happen. Darlington first heard Pink Floyd's The Wall album when he was 12 years old, and he loved what he heard. In 1987, he saw Pink Floyd for the first live at its A Momentary Lapse of Reason Tour. He has seen the band several times since then, including at its 2005 reunion. He began his time as a Pink Floyd tribute band by running The Australian Pink Floyd Show. While The Australian Pink Floyd Show did well enough that David Gilmore, former Pink Floyd guitarist and co-lead vocalist, came to see the band perform a few times, Darlington felt he could do bigger and better. This led him to create Brit Floyd in 2011, proving he truly could outdo himself.
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How long is a normal Brit Floyd concert?
Brit Floyd does more than put on a concert; it puts on a whole theatrical show befitting the music of Pink Floyd. You can expect its shows to run anywhere from two to two and a half hours.
Where is Brit Floyd playing?
People all over the world have gotten to enjoy Brit Floyd's live shows. The band has upcoming shows in Nashville, Tenn., and Wilmington, NC.
What does a Brit Floyd setlist look like?
During Brit Floyd's 40 Years of The Wall Tour, its setlist has included Pink Floyd classics such as "Another Brick in the Wall Part 1," "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2," "The Great Gig in the Sky," "Shine on You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)" and "Is There Anybody Out There?"
Who are the members of Brit Floyd?
Brit Floyd has a huge amount of musical talent on board to create its epic shows. The band's current members include lead singer and guitarist Damian Darlington as well as Rob Stringer on keyboards, Ian Cattell on bass guitar, Arran Ahmun on drums, Thomas Ashbrook on keyboards, Kari Penny on drums, Jay Davidson on saxophone, guitar, percussion and keyboard, Edo Scordo on guitar and Ryan Saranich on saxophone, guitar, percussion and keyboard. Backing vocals are provided by Roberta Freeman, Ola Bienkowska, Emily Jollands, Jacquie Williams, Angela Cervantes, Jenn Kee, Eva Avila and Ella Chi.
Where did the name Brit Floyd come from?
Since Damian Darlington formed this iteration of his Pink Floyd tribute band in London, he dubbed it the British Floyd, or Brit Floyd.