Interstellar Overdrive gives you the power, emotion and wonder of a 70's Waters/Gilmour era Pink Floyd concert. The typical show is a reverential three-plus hours, including selections from Animals, The Wall, Wish You Were Here, Dark Side of the Moon, and more, and often features more than one classic album in its entirety, just as Floyd themselves did. A blinding light show and a huge round video screen are just a part of the experience. As close to a real Pink Floyd concert as you'll ever see.
We can do one hour to four hours, a small group or a large group, whatever your needs may be, we can adapt our show and adjust our rate. Please contact us for a quote.
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 60 - 240 minutes
What to Expect
You can expect an extremely professional group that puts on a show that those in attendance will be blown away by. There is a high level of detail in our recreation of a Pink Floyd concert.
We are a Pink Floyd Tribute. We attempt to recreate an authentic Floyd concert experience as closely as we can. Interstellar plays albums in their entirety – two so far, but we'll likely do three next year – and with the albums we don’t do every song on, we group them together. So the audience member gets transported to that experience you have in your room with headphones, letting the album play, but it’s live with lights and video! The album continuity aspect also makes it much more accurate to a real Pink Floyd concert from the era. We do try and set things up to where it flows nicely for the audience and for us as well. We try to be as accurate to the album versions as we can.
We have a full light show with lasers and moving lights, a giant video screen with real Floyd films, and sometimes real liquid lights as well. We can provide full staging and PA if needed.
Pink Floyd selections from Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall, and Meddle.
|Byron Neighbors||Vocals, Guitar|
|Jeff Mueller||Vocals, Bass|
|Ruth Acuff||Vocals, Guitar, Bass|
Influences & Inspiration
Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, David Gilmour