Brother’s Lounge welcomes premiere Pink Floyd tribute band by Robert Rozboril

  • January 25th, 2010

If anyone in the crowd that packed Brother’s Lounge in Cleveland Saturday night to hear Dark Side of the Moon was blind, they could have easily believed they were listening to Roger Waters, David Gilmour, and the rest of the members of the real Pink Floyd and not a tribute band. 

The band’s performance can be described as nothing less than brilliant.  All six members displayed true mastery of their instruments as they beautifully reproduced a myriad of Floyd classics including Time, Learning to Fly, Wish You Were Here, and Another Brick in the Wall.  

It was standing room only when a man wearing a pig mask left the stage and the band took over.  Their set began with a fantastic rendition of the psychedelic masterpiece Shine On You Crazy Diamond that would make Syd Barret proud.  A television to the side of the stage displayed a variety of images and videos synonymous with Pink Floyd. 

The show was interupted twice by the club’s fire alarm.  A smoke machine was responsible for the disturbances which the band played through without hesitation. 

Dark Side of the Moon undoubtedly succeded in putting on one of the best performances anyone could ask for from any act, tribute band or original.