Australian Pink Floyd Show Greek Theater Facts and Information
The Australian Pink Floyd Show was formed in Adelaide , South Australia in 1988, but weren't known as this until relocating to the UK . They were the first Pink Floyd tribute band to tour in the UK back in 1993, starting off with the first International Pink Floyd fan convention at Wembley convention centre. The event was run in conjunction with Brain Damage magazine.
At the second PF fan convention in 1994, The Australian Pink Floyd met, and shared the billing with, Atom Heart Mother co-writer, Ron Geesin. David Gilmour and percussionist Gary Wallis attended an Australian Pink Floyd gig at The Fairfield Halls, Croydon UK in 1994. They enjoyed the show and a chat with the Aussies afterwards, and invited them to the end of 'The Division Bell Tour' party.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show attended The Division Bell tour party at Earls Court on October the 23rd 1994. They met all the members of Pink Floyd, and even got a close up look at the stage!
The Aussie Floyd received the ultimate endorsement in 1996, becoming the only Floyd tribute band to be asked to perform for a member of Pink Floyd, namely David Gilmour's 50th birthday celebrations in London At DG's 50th birthday party, The Australian Pink Floyd worked with many of the crew members who had been on The Division Bell world tour. As Britannia Row supplied the production for the event, much of the sound and lighting equipment was the exact same gear that had been used at Earl's Court.
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