Friday, September 13, 2013

The Closest You Will Ever Get To The Real Thing

If you EVER get the chance,

Go See This Show!

I was fortunate enough to see Aussie Floyd over in Portland several years ago and it still makes the hair on my arm stand up thinking about it.

I see by this video that their light show is even more fantastic than it was back then.

Even then I told all my friends that the light show alone was worth the price of admission and I meant every word of it.

These people are literally the closest you will ever get to seeing a live Pink Floyd concert again.

I can not find the words to tell you just how fucking awesome they are, right down to the backup singers.

They come to the states so get on the internet and find out how close they will be to you and make concrete plans to go see them even if you have to travel and stay in a fucking hotel overnight.

You will remember that concert till the day you die.




3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the heads up. I know there is a Brit Floyd around and the one that I have seen a few times in the US is a band called "The Machine" they play smaller venues and are very good!

    http://www.themachinelive.com/

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  2. I am an old Pink Floyd fan, saw them for the first time live, waaay back then, at Winterland in SF, just before their release of the album "Meddles". Needless to say, I have seen them live more than once. I have felt, and still do, that they put on the best light show, hands down.

    Bob
    III

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  3. Say the Aussie Flyd in Atlanta last year and except for the lack of "smoke" in the audiance it was like being back at the concert I saw back in the early 80's.

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