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The Australian Pink Floyd comes to The Chicago Theatre

The Australian Pink Floyd Show
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An enigma hard to resist, music hard to ignore, Australian Pink Floyd celebrates 30 glorious music with their tour called “Time” at The Chicago Theatre on October 11.

If you recall “Time” is one of the best Pink Floyd songs from the iconic album “Dark Side of The Moon.” The MSG website states that during the show, the band will perform music from the different stages of Pink Floyd’s career. This unique experience will be replete with state of the art lighting effects, lasers and specifically designed imagery and animations projected onto a huge round screen.

With hot-air balloons floating all over, the ten-piece band of excellent musicians and vocalists are poised to make this a must-attend for music lovers. And if you happen to be a Pink Floyd fan, then it’s time to head to the venue. With a glorious three decades of history, the world’s best, biggest and greatest Pink Floyd tribute show  continues to delight its global fan base with the tour named “Time.” What has made the original Pink Floyd stand out all these years in the world of music is their soulful sound and slice of life lyrics. Be it portraying the trouble of the youth or paying a tribute to Physicist Stephen Hawking, they have always struck a chord deep within.

The Australian Pink Floyd is a Pink Floyd tribute band formed in the year 1988 in South Australia’s Adelaide. Their live shows endeavor to recreate the same feel, look and sound of the British Pink Floyd's later world tours. They have performed in venues across the globe. They are known for emulating the nuances of Pink Floyd's work. One can see Steve Mac’s guitar rig resembles, David Gilmour's set-up, and incorporates of elements that have been specially produced by the same Pete Cornish, who once worked with Gilmour closely. The band gets it’s recognition from Pink Floyd and has its roots in group. There are some musicians who worked with the original group for a long span of time, like Colin Norfield who was the sound engineer for David Gilmour during his solo career. Norfield was also part of Pink Floyd during their Division Bell Tour of 1994.

Then there is Clive Brooks who used to be Nick Mason's trusted drum technician. The Australian Pink Floyd have been recognized for their live presentations that are a visual treat to watch as every show they do has a  round screen with intelligent lighting arranged around its perimeter. While the concert is in progress, movie clippings and animations play on the screen which complement the band's light show.

The concert is on October 11, 2018 at The Chicago Theatre, 175 N State St, Chicago, IL 60601

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Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at Australian Pink Floyd.