Without question, Pink Floyd remains one of the most influential rock bands of all time. Their record-breaking status is legendary. Now, get ready for The Pink Floyd Experience live in concert, presenting Pink Floyd's Greatest Hits and Rarities. Complete with a dazzling new light show...full quadraphonic sound and six brilliant musicians singing all of Pink Floyd's classics including "Wish You Were Here," "Time," "Another Brick in the Wall" and much more...live! Audiences are raving about this epic concert.
Show time is tonight, February 13 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $36 & $31 and can be purchased by visiting The State Theatre Box Office, 453 Northampton Street, Easton, by calling 1-800-999-STATE, 610-252-3132 or online at www.statetheatre.org.
Tom Quinn: Band leader, lead guitarist, and relentless crusader for all things Pink Floyd. In 1973, The Dark Side Of The Moon was released. That same year Tom bought his first guitar, and started his first band. From day one, his chief mentor was David Gilmour. Tom also cites Joe Walsh and Leslie West as big influences on his playing. He dates the musical roots of PFX back to 1994, and Pink Floyd's Division Bell tour stop in San Diego. The band hit the stage in April 1995, and went on to garner many San Diego Music Awards from 1999 to 2003.
Gus Beaudoin was born on May 3, 1952, and started playing bass guitar at age 13. With almost 40 years of musical experience to draw from, Gus is well-respected by his peers for his talent and tenacity. Players such as Tim Bogart, Chris Squire, Stanley Clarke, and also early Motown and The Monkees were big influences on Gus's powerful and rock-solid style. Gus has toured across the United States and Canada playing many styles of music, including rock, country, jazz, disco, and classical. Gus and Tom Quinn joined up in 1997 and started playing Floyd music anywhere someone would let them set-up their equipment, out of Pure Love for the music of Pink Floyd.
Randy McStine is a young native of Endicott, NY. Beginning his music career at the age of ten, McStine has continued on a path of musical discovery and self-reinvention as an artist. Since the birth of his solo project, Lo-Fi Resistance, in 2010, Randy has branched out into many new territories as a musician. Recently, his work has been used for national television commercials, as well as being hired to perform alongside members of Yes and Triumph on a tribute album to the Canadian rock trio, Rush. The new Lo-Fi Resistance album, Chalk Lines, was released on December 11th, 2012. A year and a half in the making, the album is a powerful hybrid of Alt-Rock, Singer-Songwriter, and Progressive influences. Featuring members of Porcupine Tree and King's X, Chalk Lines is the most exciting chapter of McStine's work to date.