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Pink Floyd Experience to debut new national stage show at Winstons

"There will be no other west coast appearances, so this is a Winstons exclusive" says Tom Quinn of the Pink Floyd Experience, who'll appear at the Ocean Beach venue on January 18.

"For the first time ever, we'll present a sneak preview of the upcoming PFX 2013 touring band and upcoming sets featured in our upcoming North American Tour." That tour for the group, whose earlier Pink Froyd incarnation won San Diego Music Awards in 1999 and 2000, will run over five weeks and twenty-seven cities, beginning February 8 in Springfield, MA.

For the Winstons debut, "We are flying out new singer Randy McStine from Binghampton, NY and featuring returning PFX 2012 touring drummer Bob Sale especially and exclusively for this event," says Quinn. Local band regulars appearing will include John Cox (keys), Gus Beaudoin (bass), and Jesse Molloy (sax, guit, keys).

"We're hoping for some guest appearances as well, so stay tuned for that."

Two days after the Winstons showcase, PFX will appear in Anaheim at Our Town For Newtown - A Concert For Sandy Hook Elementary, a benefit show featuring nine different tribute bands.

Both Pink Froyd and the Pink Floyd Experience are fronted by guitarist Tom Quinn, with the bands usually featuring several of the same local players, including co-founding bassist Gus Beaudoin. “Our first gig was in 1995,” says Quinn, who was inspired to form the groups after seeing the real Pink Floyd at Jack Murphy Stadium in April ’94.

The Pink Floyd Experience stage show includes $2.5 million worth of production equipment, mirror balls, a circular movie screen, animated projections (marching hammers, tortuous teachers, fornicating flowers, etc.), and even a 12-foot-long inflatable pig, with everything scaled down from, though directly based on, Pink Floyd’s stage setups.

“We’re usually on the road, though we occasionally play in San Diego,” says Quinn, who graduated SDSU in 1988 with degrees in Finance and Electrical Engineering (“Never worked a day in either field”).

“If I wasn’t playing Pink Floyd covers, I can’t imagine me doing any other tribute.”

Here's the deets: Friday January 18, 9:30PM

Winstons - 1921 Bacon Street, (619) 222-6822

http://www.winstonsob.com

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"There will be no other west coast appearances, so this is a Winstons exclusive" says Tom Quinn of the Pink Floyd Experience, who'll appear at the Ocean Beach venue on January 18.

"For the first time ever, we'll present a sneak preview of the upcoming PFX 2013 touring band and upcoming sets featured in our upcoming North American Tour." That tour for the group, whose earlier Pink Froyd incarnation won San Diego Music Awards in 1999 and 2000, will run over five weeks and twenty-seven cities, beginning February 8 in Springfield, MA.

For the Winstons debut, "We are flying out new singer Randy McStine from Binghampton, NY and featuring returning PFX 2012 touring drummer Bob Sale especially and exclusively for this event," says Quinn. Local band regulars appearing will include John Cox (keys), Gus Beaudoin (bass), and Jesse Molloy (sax, guit, keys).

"We're hoping for some guest appearances as well, so stay tuned for that."

Two days after the Winstons showcase, PFX will appear in Anaheim at Our Town For Newtown - A Concert For Sandy Hook Elementary, a benefit show featuring nine different tribute bands.

Both Pink Froyd and the Pink Floyd Experience are fronted by guitarist Tom Quinn, with the bands usually featuring several of the same local players, including co-founding bassist Gus Beaudoin. “Our first gig was in 1995,” says Quinn, who was inspired to form the groups after seeing the real Pink Floyd at Jack Murphy Stadium in April ’94.

The Pink Floyd Experience stage show includes $2.5 million worth of production equipment, mirror balls, a circular movie screen, animated projections (marching hammers, tortuous teachers, fornicating flowers, etc.), and even a 12-foot-long inflatable pig, with everything scaled down from, though directly based on, Pink Floyd’s stage setups.

“We’re usually on the road, though we occasionally play in San Diego,” says Quinn, who graduated SDSU in 1988 with degrees in Finance and Electrical Engineering (“Never worked a day in either field”).

“If I wasn’t playing Pink Floyd covers, I can’t imagine me doing any other tribute.”

Here's the deets: Friday January 18, 9:30PM

Winstons - 1921 Bacon Street, (619) 222-6822

http://www.winstonsob.com

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