Louisville-based band, Dark Side of the Wall will be performing at the Brown Theatre, 315 W. Broadway, this Saturday, February 25th, at 8:00 pm. Well known for their keen resemblance to Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Wall will be recreating three hours of psychedelic "Art Rock" from Pink Floyd's classic line-up era (1967-1979) and Waters-led era (1981-1984). On February 3rd you may have heard Dark Side of the Wall perform on WFPK's "Live Lunch" concert series. This Saturday they will be creating a full multi-media event with a giant film screen, light show, costumes, and grand staging.
The band members of Pink Floyd from 1967-1983, the time period Dark Side of the Wall will be covering, included Syd Barrett (65'-68'), Roger Waters (65'-85'), Nick Mason (65'-96'), Richard Wright (65'-79' and 87'-96'), and David Gilmour (67'-96'). The musicians of Dark Side of the Wall are Allen Needham (electric, acoustic lead guitar, and lap steel), Steve Katsikas (keyboards and vocals), Brian Knopf (lead vocals and rhythm guitars), Mark Whobrey (drums and vocals), Antony Szaraz (bass guitar and lead vocals), Richard Malone (saxophone), Caroline Petrik (vocals), Jennifer Lauletta (vocals), and Sarah Smith (vocals).
As of today, there were only a few tickets still available for this show. You should probably act fast if you want to see this performance! Standard ticket prices are $32.50 and $25.00 and are available online or over the phone at (502)584-7777.
Dark Side of the Wall would like you to know that, "$1 from every ticket sold will benefit the WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc., a non-profit established in 1954, that raises money for agencies, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children."
Please note: Anna Blanton is an employee of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.
Photo courtesy of: Dark Side of the Wall
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