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Styx, Heaven's Wish & Led Zeppelin 2 - Tribute Band
Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
Jul 1 2016
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Acclaimed tribute bands The Australian Pink Floyd Show and Led Zeppelin 2 are all set to kick off a joint tour. With a combined history of numerous outstanding performances and sold out shows, the bands are sure to put up some memorable concerts. These music groups have been paying tribute to two giant music icons, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin respectively, for several years now. They have garnered considerable acclaim worldwide and played a huge role in keeping the music of the legends alive.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show (TAPFS)
One of the leading tribute bands on the current music scenario, The Australian Pink Floyd has sold over four million tickets in more than thirty-five countries. Hailed by The Times as “The Gold Standard,” this tribute act has put up some memorable performances. They continue to blow away audiences playing Pink Floyd songs with note for note perfection. There could not be a better act celebrating the legendary rock band which was a household name during the 80's.
Breakthrough performances and show highlights
The group began in early 90's playing to select audiences. Soon they started playing gigs across Australia, honing their sound in the process. Their big break came when TAPFS was invited to play at the Pink Floyd fan convention in Wembley in 1993. After putting up a spectacular show that impressed the UK audiences, their following grew across the UK and Europe.
Soon they caught the attention of David Gilmour who invited them to play at his fiftieth birthday celebrations. At Fulham Town Hall they performed to members of Pink Floyd themselves among other distinguished guests. Pink Floyd members even joined them on stage for joint performance. The evening turned out to be a roaring success.
In the 2000's, TAPFS again caught the spotlight when they performed Pink Floyd's famous album “The Dark Side of The Moon” in its entirety at concerts across North America and Europe. Over the years they continued to play to sold out audiences worldwide and released several live concert CDs and DVDs.
The following decade saw the band get more ambitious with their live performances. They became the first tribute band to tour with a stereoscopic 3D projection show. Stunning light and laser shows, video animations and other special effects highlight their live performances. The band also uses giant inflatables, including Pink Floyd's signature flying pig and their own unique pink kangaroo.
Led Zeppelin 2
Another leading name among tribute bands is Led Zeppelin 2, a four-member group that rocks like the original band it is named after. Led Zeppelin 2 has made a name for themselves skillfully reenacting the live experience that Zeppelin is famous for. It includes improvisations and crowd interaction as well as stage mannerisms that can make even the original fans of Led Zeppelin nostalgic.
The quartet consists of accomplished instrumentalists Bruce Lamont, Matthew Longbons, Paul Kamp and Ian Lee. The group has been praised for their flawless replication of the music of the rock legends and their perfect song selections. Touring across the country, Led Zeppelin 2 earned quite a following among rock music fans. At their shows, audiences get to experience Zeppelin as they would have played in a live show, and fans can't seem to get enough of that.
TAPFS and Led Zeppelin 2 tour
Fans are beyond excited as these two prominent tribute bands kick off their co-headlining tour of arenas and amphitheaters across the country. Both tribute bands are quite popular among followers of the original bands as well as rock music enthusiasts. It's going to be a concert worth checking out so music fans might want to get those tribute band tickets soon. With a commendable record of thrilling and jaw dropping performances, these tribute bands are sure to put up some more great shows.