Brit Floyd journeyed back in time with a tantalizing tribute to the legendary Pink Floyd.
When you hear that there is a cover band for such a well-known and established band, such as Pink Floyd you might second guess what they’re all about. Many of artists have entertained at the Cobb Energy Center of Performing Arts in Atlanta, Ga but when Brit Floyd took the stage, it was a whole new experience.
Brit Floyd has found a way to master within the last four years the nuances of Pink Floyd. From the beginning to the end of their show, fansÂ would notice the level of details taken to coordinate and preserve the thought and reality of what once was Pink Floyd. It was hard to pinpoint any one particular thing that made this show such an entertaining evening: anywhere from the laser show to the massive 30 foot round video screen, displaying footage of the original band members and their journey as one of the greatest bands known in our musics history.
Brit Floyd not only recreates what Pink Floyd once was but they also allow fansÂ to relive those high school moments. Riding down the road on a Friday or Saturday night with you and your friends all piled into your old ride jamming out to â€œMoney.â€ It allows the younger generation to have the opportunity to appreciate music that made history all around the world, and geared a sound to what music today is built from.
Brit Floyd was elegant and respectful and still able to add their own twist to the music without taking away the integrity of Pink Floyd. They executed with spectacular precision. All in all, Brit Floyd was an amazing show, and truly must see.
National Rock Review’s photographer Kevin Brooks was on the scene to deliver.