HAVING completed an extensive three-month tour of North America with their new show, Brit Floyd are back on home soil to perform their UK Pulse Tour.
It arrives in the South West this autumn with a stop off at Plymouth Pavilions on Thursday, November 7.
Having performed to more than half a million fans around the world since its first show in 2011, Brit Floyd is back with a stunning new three hour show featuring note-for-note performances of five full album sides, including Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall, The Division Bell, and, in celebration of the 40th anniversary, Pink Floyd's classic defining album, The Dark Side of The Moon.
The show's musical director, vocalist, and guitarist, Damian Darlington, reveals it's not just Pink Floyd music that captivates him.
1. What was the first record/CD you bought?
It was Eagles the live album. I was about 13 years old, and I don't suppose most boys that age would have bought it, but for whatever reason that was my first record.
2. Who was your first musical crush?
I'm trying to remember and it probably would have been someone like Kate Bush or Deborah Harry.
3. What's the best gig you have enjoyed?
I was lucky enough to be at the front row of The Who concert in Liverpool. It was six years ago and I was right in front of Pete Townshend. It was such an amazing, energy packed gig.
4. What is your guilty music pleasure/cheesiest CD?
A bluesy grassroots version of Pink Floyd's The Wall called Rebuild the Wall by Luther Wright and the Wrongs. They do quite a humorous spin on which is actually a dark album.
5. Who are you listening to now in the car or on your iPod?
I've been listening to the new album of Sara Bareilles who did the single Love Song. She is an amazing singer-songwriter and is a bit like a female Billy Joel.
6. What is your favourite karaoke song/song to sing in the shower?
I don't do either but if I did then it would have to be Gloria Gaynor's I Will Survive.
Tickets for the gig, starting at 8pm, cost £10 to £39.50. Call 0845 146 1460 or visit www.plymouthpavilions.com
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To enter simply answer the following question: Who is Brit Floyd's musical director, vocalist and guitarist?
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The closing date is Monday, October 28. Usual E&E terms and conditions apply.