Audience listening intently to Pink 4reud Pink Floyd tribute


 There’s seldom a show at Average Joes where the audience actually sits and listens intently, but Pink Floyd Tribute Pink F4reud did the trick, Saturday, April 21. A close to full house got together to groove and get deaf together to the sounds of Pink 4reud returned to Average Joes, May 21. Photo by Richard Amerypsychedelic rock of Pink Floyd.

  I arrived at the end of the show and everyone was staring at the stage, mesmerized by the laser light show, smoke, and animation on the screen behind the stage as well as all around the room on the TV screens Instead of sports they were featuring quirky animation and graphics of Pink Floyd album covers.

Pink 4reud brought the complete Pink Floyd experience to Average Joes, April 21. Photo by Richard AmeryThe band played pretty much note perfect renditions of deep Pink Floyd cuts, hits and more.
 The four band members, guitarist, bassist, drummer and keyboardist had a huge, full, arena rock, Pink Floydian sound that echoed throughout the room.

 They sounded really close to the real Pink Floyd.

 The keyboardist played a mean saxophone for “Us and Them,” which wound down the show.

 They ending things on a ferocious version of “Run Like Hell,” and were called back for a stirring version of “Comfortably Numb,” which they also ended with during their last visit.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 May 2018 10:18 )