Even though, Pink Floyd has called it a career, all of the sights and sounds of Pink Floyd are alive and well when The Machine hits the stage.

In November of 2015, I received an email from Barney Kilpatrick, who just happens to be the manager for the Pink Floyd tribute band, The Machine, asking me if I would be interested in playing acoustic guitar on the song, Comfortably Numb at one of their tour stops in Connecticut. Whaaaaaaat?! I jumped at the chance and what an experience it was! They kicked off this sold-out show with all ten minutes of "Shine on You Crazy Diamond' and the crowd went nuts! This band plays Pink Floyd note for note.Their stellar musicianship, dramatic lighting and video along with their passionate delivery make them an absolute must-see for any Pink Floyd fan.

The Machine performs their stunning Pink Floyd show at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Friday evening, February 17 at 8pm and the band has asked me to join them onstage for an encore performance. I get the chance to strap on my Taylor acoustic and share the stage with these amazing musicians who have forged a 28 year reputation of excellence extending the legacy of Pink Floyd. Here's a clip from my mind blowing experience with The Machine.

Get your tickets to this classic Pink Floyd experience performed by The Machine on Friday, February 17 at the Ridgefield Playhouse before the show sells out. Call 203-438-5795 or click on ridgefieldplayhouse.org. and Welcome to the Machine!

Listen to Ethan Carey on the Ethan & Lou Show weekdays from 5:30-10AM on 95.1 FM. You can listen online at i95rock.com/listen-live/ or by downloading the radioPup app for your mobile device.

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