Pink Floyd Tribute Shine On Performs The Dark Side of the Moon and Floyd's Greatest Hits
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The last date listed for Pink Floyd Tribute Shine On was Saturday May 26, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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The band was great! The venue was uumm ok, I guess. I could have done without the smell of popcorn (not a big fan). The only thing that killed it for me was this fat bastard that was way too drunk and became more annoying as the concert went on. They should have cut him off but they didnt. He was loud and obnoxious and I could tell people surrounding him where annoyed too. All in all, for the price I paid I cannot complain.
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The show was entertaining. "shine On did a fairly good job in duplicating the Pink Floyd songs, but inless you are a Pink Floyd fan, it may be a little boring. The Tribute bands I've seen that were the better shows Told of the things going on with...continued
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Shine On has occasionally performed with original touring members of the real Pink Floyd.
Shine On: The Pink Floyd Experience promises an unforgettable, arena rock, full-sensory experience. Re-creating the musicians’ 11 performer lineup that was last seen in Pink Floyd’s last P•U•L•S•E tour, Shine On captures the heart and soul of Pink Floyd’s greatest music. From David Gilmour’s soaring guitar solos to the rich, symphonic synth textures with all their complexities to the rock choral vocal arrangements, this show will leave you awestruck.
Complemented by Pink Floyd’s original artistic video, evocative lighting and imaginative sound effects that always accompanied a Floyd concert, Shine On renders the complete Pink Floyd experience. Shine On will be showcasing Pink Floyd’s greatest hits from 1973 to 1994 and The Dark Side Of the Moon in its entirety.