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Here's what the Public have to say! 2009 Back Catalogue Tour

Hi Guys, We saw your show in Wellington this weekend 23rd May the show was awesome. We look forward to your next one, this was our 3rd concert. Keep up the great work, we look forward the 4th one. B&S Henderson...

May 5, 2009

Psychedelia to inspire all ages - NZ 2009

Another enjoyable experience was enjoyed by a nearly full Regent Theatre on Wednesday; a Pink Floyd Experience, that is.The Experience is a regular visitor to Dunedin and long may that association continue. It was almost like a reunion at the concert, with people who attended The Wall in 2007 coming back for the Back Catalogue 2009 concert.For nearly three hours, the audience was treated to some fine musicianship. In fact, the five members of the Experience, along with s...

May 1, 2009

No Farting in the Church of Rock (Johannesburg 2005)

I was a tender 12 years old when I first heard Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2), and I’ve never been the same since. It was 1980, the year after The Wall was released, and I’d just started high school. The song was being covered by a band comprised of older pupils at a school function welcoming us Standard 6 kids, and the lyrics ‘we don’t need no education, we don’t need no thought control’ blew my impressionable young mind.Although I re...

August 12, 2005

Artslink (South Africa, 2005)

“The Pink Floyd Experience, The Wall,” with Stan Gratowski (lead vocals, acoustic guitar and percussion), Darren Whittaker (lead guitar, acoustic guitars), Glen Ahearn (keyboards, piano), Rob Ju (drums), Ken Te Tau (bass), Roger Rangitaawa (sax), Olivia Wordsworth (backing vocals), Lynley Goodisson (backing vocals), Stephanie Hearfield (backing vocals). Venue: Nelson Mandela Theatre, Johannesburg Civic Theatre.The days of the big open-air concert events featuring such luminaries as The Rolli...

August 9, 2005

Comfortably awesome! (Johannesburg 2005)

It is billed as a tribute to Pink Floyd, without a doubt the best rock band in the world. Pink Floyd have been an integral part of my life for the best part of over 30 years. I have followed them since school, through varsity and now as a middle-aged father. Following Pink Floyd is like yoga, jogging and journalism – it’s a way of life. I saw former front-man Roger Waters when he came here some years ago and that was unforgettable. But this show was awesome.The kiwis doing the show offer a p...

August 3, 2005

The Pink Floyd Experience - Johannesburg 2005

"Hey! Teacher! Leave those kids alone!" is the command and "all in all you're just another brick in the wall" the explanation.Small wonder that the South African government of the day "discouraged" young people from listening to Pink Floyd's music. (The album The Wall was released in 1979, the movie in 1982.) In those years the state-dominated media still regularly jumped on its high horse and "Another Brick in the Wall" was banned from the SABC.By 1982, of course, Pink ...

July 31, 2005

Pink Floyd Experience - The Wall (2002)

Arriving at the packed Theatre Royal one would expect an international act, and the performance was worthy of it. A very slick light show illuminated a stellar performance by an amazing band. These guys obviously love Pink Floyd and their music as they replicated it so well. The light show was right up there with the best of them. A circular screen in the middle of the stage projected images from Floyd, the stage, and the odd image of JC(?) - why, I cannot fathom!...

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