TIME: A Tribute to Pink Floyd coming to the Tidemark

The mix of talent and passion has resulted in TIME becoming Western Canada’s premier Pink Floyd tribute band.

TIME

If you want to soak up a laser show choreographed to Pink Floyd’s timeless classics, including Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall, then take this as your official invitation to be comfortably numb with some of Western Canada’s best musicians playing homage to one of the most iconic bands of all time at the Tidemark Theatre Feb. 25.

This lineup has more than 100 years of collective musical experience.

Their vast experience ranges from performing in theatre, choir and competing in Idol competitions to teaching, touring and recording.

As individual musicians each member shines on their own merits, as a collective group of highly talented band members they shine on brighter than crazy diamonds.

The mix of talent and passion has resulted in TIME becoming Western Canada’s premier Pink Floyd tribute band.

Parksville-based lead singer and guitarist Terry Sheldrake leads the group of musicians to the stage and is joined by Jim Kraneveldt on lead guitar, Graham White on keyboards, Gerry Pool on drums, Greg Patterson on Bass and Blaine Ronning on saxophone, percussion and additional backing guitar.

The group also features three vocal talents to back them up as a chorus.

Holly Thomas is the newest member of the band, but brings her more than 15 years of performing experience to the stage with fellow background vocalists Kerri and Danni Shannon to round out the group.

Tickets for the Tidemark performance Feb. 25 are $37 plus taxes and fees and are available at the Tidemark Box Office or online at tickets.tidemarktheatre.com

Find out more about TIME on their Facebook page or at timerocks.ca