Bianca Antoinette Glynn and Mike Kidson join the 2011 Greatest hits World Tour
September 17, 2010 at 1:12 AM
Plans for the 2011 greatest hits world tour for The Australian Pink Floyd Show are going from strength to strength and the band are busy in pre-production rehearsals at a secret location. They are excited to announce today that the tour will feature the stunning backing vocals of Bianca Antoinette Glynn and cool sounds of Mike Kidson, Saxophone player extraordinaire!
Bianca Antoinette Glynn is well known for having previously toured with 'The Australian Pink Floyd Show' across America, Canada & Germany. When Bianca sang ‘The great gig in the sky’ taken from Pink Floyds 'Dark Side Of The Moon' Album she was described as "a blonde diva who stole the show, her astounding soul gymnastics making the hair on the back of your arm stand up”. Outside of the Australian Pink Floyd show she has worked with many of the top UK writers and producers, recording and performing with artists such as Gareth Gates, Emma Bunton and Rachel Stevens, Damon Albarn and Brian Eno. She recently performed at the MOBO Nominations Ceremony and at The Barbican London, in July 2010 the "Let It Be Live” concert.
Saxophonist Mike Kidson has been a regular with The Australian Pink Floyd, spending regularly six months a year on tour with them. Working with the Australian Pink Floyd has taken him around the world to the USA, South America, Canada and throughout Europe. It also led to Mike making a guest appearance with Dream Theater in Amsterdam in October 2005 courtesy of original Pink Floyd sax player Dick Parry. Mike is also a founding member of the highly respected Zappa tribute band the Muffin Men, where he worked alongside many original Zappa musicians since the 1990s.
Their upcoming Pink Floyd Greatest Hits World Tour 2011 showcases the most spectacular Floyd tribute of all time. The band will be announcing news very soon of the exciting new 3D stereographic video and the quadraphonic sound system.