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Brit Floyd: Tour, Schedule, Tickets and more...
Brit Floyd is widely known as the best Pink Floyd tribute band in the world. They have covered Pink Floyd’s most music on stages a variety of popular venues, including the Royal Albert Hall (London), Red Rocks (Colorado), Radio City Music Hall (New York), and Wembley Stadium (England). To learn more about who Brit Floyd are and how they have managed to pull off covering one of the most iconic bands of all time, keep reading...
It may seem strange that there is a cover band of a band that still exists. Pink Floyd never officially dissolved. However, a number of events led to the slow, quiet denounment of the group. In 1985, Roger Waters left the band. Members David Filmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright preserved through 1994. But, after that point, tours tapered off. Though the remaining members have performed gigs from time to time, they are not the touring powerhouse they used to be. With the deaths of Syd Barrett and Richard Wright, Pink Floyd will never be what it once was.
Pink Floyd’s albums have had an incredible and enduring impact on music, entertainment, and culture. Therefore, there is still huge interest in hearing the group’s tunes live. Fortunately, cover bands are able to meet that niche need, delivering progressive, psychedelic rock decades after Pink Floyd’s inception in 1965.
Brit Floyd is a relatively large band with circulating members. Unlike in many popular bands, cover bands are not as known for their individual musicians; the key is getting the sound right and true to the original group, capturing the spirit of the music. Perhaps that is why members Damian Darlington, Rob Stringer, Ian Cattell, Edo Scordo, Arran Ahmun, Thomas Ashbrook, Ola Bienkowska, Angela Cervantes, Roberta Freeman, Emily Jollands, Jacquie Williams, Gareth Darlington, and Bryan Kolupski in and of themselves are not household names. Majority of the band’s members focus on backup vocals. A handful cater to the sound production and artistic direction. The core group is a 6-member collection of guys who take on guitars, keyboards, bass guitar, drums, and—of course—vocals.
One of the strengths of a group like Brit Floyd is that they designed themselves to be concert-ready, touring powerhouses. This means that audiences are more likely to experience the shows they want when they want them. Brit Floyd is very U.S.-based. Of course they hit big cities, such as Washington, D.C.; New York, NY; Detroit, MI; Los Angeles, CA; Charlotte, NC; Phoenix, AZ; Seattle, WA; Philadelphia, PA; Savannah, GA; and Denver, CO. At the same time, they can venture out and hit smaller cities that are often skipped on big tours—the Wilmington, North Carolinas and Hershey, Pennsylvanias of the U.S. If you are interested in hearing Brit Floyd, check out their tour schedule. Their work on 40 Years of The Wall is sure to impress.