With special guests Terry VanDeWalker of The Big Wu, Mae Simpson, Max Graham of Kind Country, Karen Koza of Useful Jenkins — and a top-secret surprise super guest!
Saturday, November 2, 2019
8 pm Doors // 9 pm Show
$15 Advance // $20 At The Door — On sale Friday, October 4
A live performance of Pink Floyd's iconic album "The Wall," performed in its entirety. The audience is encouraged to come dressed in Floyd themes and decoration.
Momentary Lapse of Floyd is the area's best Pink Floyd tribute show, performing mega-hits such as "Comfortably Numb," "The Wall," "Hey You," "Another Brick in the Wall," "Money," "Wish You Were Here," "See Emily Play," and many more.
Momentary Lapse of Floyd is:
Mark Joseph : Guitar/Vocals (The Big Wu / Down Lo)
Robert Hilstrom : Keys (The Big Pink / The Gooneybirds)
Scott Mullenburg : Bass (Roster McCabe / The Sweat Band)
Clay Whitney : Drums (The Nu Gruv / Steve McCormick Band)
Steph Devine - Vocals (American Soul / Devine Collection / Stealing Dan)
Shelly Domke - Vocals (Stealing Dan)
Released in November 1979, The Wall stands as legendary British rock band Pink Floyd's grandest statement, establishing them as the major progressive rock players of the 80s. Despite the indulgent nature of the concept of The Wall, and its release at a time when punk rock's winds of change had attempted to blow away such perceived "rock dinosaurs," the album was a massive commercial success, having sold 1.2 million copies in the first two months of its release and going on to sell in excess of 30 million copies, making it the best-selling double album of all time. Upon its release, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters called the album, "My greatest musical achievement."