Four musicians celebrate the improvisation of all 16 Pink Floyd albums and the dramatic showmanship of the band’s live performances
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$10 for one ticket to The Machine — Tribute to Pink Floyd (up to $24.50 value)
When: Saturday, September 19, at 7 p.m.
Where: Starland Ballroom
Door time: 7 p.m.
25 years: how long The Machine has been recreating the sights and sounds of Pink Floyd concerts
How they do it: with the improvisation of ’70s Floyd and the elaborate stage designs of ’80s Floyd
What they’re known for: playing full albums live, or one Floyd song for every letter of the alphabet
What you’ll likely hear: polished hits such as “Time” and “Money,” alongside obscure gems from Pink Floyd’s 16-album discography and possibly some fan requests
What you’ll definitely see: a wild laser show, video art, and expert musicianship
Where they’ve displayed their skills: across the globe, including Bonnaroo in the US and the Rock of Ages festival in Germany
Esteemed outfits they’ve performed with: the symphony orchestras of Atlanta, Detroit, San Diego, and Pittsburgh
What Spin says: “They sound exactly like Pink Floyd.”
Their latest album: Symphonic Side of the Moon, an orchestral rendition of Pink Floyd’s seminal Dark Side of the Moon