Producer/guitarist Allen Needham has fine-tuned his original production, first seen and heard by Louisville audiences this past October. The new show is tighter, has an expanded lighting and video show, and features tunes not included in the first concerts. “Last time we made local history,” said Needham, “so we thought this time out we would continue with that same idea by doing things no one will ever expect, things that have never been done in a local venue. The Dark Side of the Wall will set a new standard for what’s possible in audio and visual production”
The Dark Side of the Wall touring company is comprised of Louisville area musicians and is currently booking North American tour dates through the spring and summer. March 2008 will mark the 35th anniversary of the release of Pink Floyd's seminal album, Dark Side of the Moon, one of the best-selling albums in the history of pop music, and demand for March bookings around this historic event is already high.
Tickets are $23 and $18 reserved and $15 general admission for ages 21 and over, and are available through ear X-tacy, TicketMaster and the Coyote’s box office at 166 West Jefferson Street. Sponsors for the show are 107.7 SFR, Budweiser, Knob Creek, MOM’s Music, ear X-tacy, and Designer Jewelry by Ronaldo.
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