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Alabama Symphony Orchestra - The Music of Pink Floyd at BJCC Concert Hall

Why see Alabama Symphony Orchestra - The Music of Pink Floyd?

Orchestral prog

Witness the mastery of prog-rock like nothing else, with the full Alabama Symphony Orchestra and special guests performing selections from iconic group Pink Floyd's historic back catalog! Featuring expansive and intricate interpretations of the group's greatest songs, the concert features the vocal talents of Randy Jackson (singer from 1980s rock group Zebra and touring keyboardist with psychedelic-rock icons Jefferson Airplane) and a full rock band bringing the noise to the symphony orchestra. 

Forming in 1965 in London, Pink Floyd are widely regarded as one of the most influential bands in music history, with classic albums such as Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall changing perceptions of what rock music could be. By blending grand soundscapes underpinned with rock instruments with sprawling, abstract structures, philosophical lyrics and highly artistic visuals, both in their artwork and live performances, the band is rightfully seen as a genuinely world changing band.

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Finished Mar 16


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