Lincolnshire based Pink Floyd tribute act, Time Is Money is set to perform their debut concert at St George’s Academy in Sleaford on Saturday, June 29.
Why another Pink Floyd tribute? Ruskington guitarist Martin Nicholls explains Lincolnshire deserves its very own tribute to perhaps the greatest rock band of all time. “Secondly, there isn’t enough Pink Floyd in the world”.
Time Is Money, a name inspired by two of the tracks from Dark Side of the Moon, comprises eight musicians and a sound engineer, six from the Sleaford area who have rehearsed for over a year, preparing for this gig.
Drummer Anth Hindmarch has been a fan ever since he first saw them perform in 1967 at RAF Waddington, when the band was fronted by Syd Barrett.
Lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, George Clifton, also of Sleaford was converted while listening to The Wall as a schoolboy: “My dream has now been realised to get the chance to perform this magical music, and I hope we do it justice.”
The evening promises to be a feast of Pink Floyd classics.
Tickets are £5 at: http://timeismoneytribute.event brite.co.uk/ or through Karen Hollick-Clifton on 07738 565137, karen_hollick@btin ternet.com
Doors open at 7.30pm, support act from 8pm-8.30pm. Time Is Money at 9pm and finish by 11pm.