Big Island’s Pink Floyd band comes to Kahilu Theatre Saturday
In 2018, Kahilu Theatre was home to the premiere of All That is Now, a live tribute to Pink Floyd’s legendary album, “The Dark Side of the Moon.”
Now, five years later, Uila Records and Leche de Tigre return to Kahilu with a special encore performance to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the album’s release.
All That Is Now is a collaboration of 10 Hawai‘i Island musicians. One of the best-selling albums of all time, “The Dark Side of the Moon” has appeared on the weekly Billboard 200 album chart more than 975 times since its release in 1973.
All That is Now is comprised of Dan Brauer on electric and acoustic guitar and lead vocals, Robby Malovic on bass, Chris Wilson on drums, Jocelyn Michelle on Hammond organ, Scott Van Spronsen on piano, keyboards and synthesizers, Lauren Broido on electric, acoustic and slide guitar, Bill Noble on saxophone, and Stephanie Lou Tatum, Binti Bailey, and Alicia Brauer on two and three-part vocal harmonies, and lead vocals for “The Great Gig in the Sky.”
In-person tickets are available from $28 to $48 for the Saturday, April 15, show at 7 p.m. There will be no livestream or on-demand viewing of this performance.