Lorelei Mc Broom
Pink Floyd (the Godfathers of Psychedelia) gave Lorelei her first exposure to the road on their "Momentary Lapse of Reason "and "Delicate Sound of Thunder" tours. She followed that by touring with the Rolling Stones, also being featured in their first ever IMAX film “Rolling Stones at the Max”. The Stones and Floyd gave Lorelei the chance to be both operatic and bluesy, featuring her in duet with Mick Jagger on "Gimmie Shelter" and on "The Great Gig In The Sky" with Pink Floyd. She also appeared in Pink Floyd’s original music videos for “The Dogs of War”, “On The Turning Away” and also in the “Pink Floyd Live in Venice” TV broadcast.
"I grew up on folk, rock 'n roll, pop, jazz, and good soul music," says the Los Angeles-born singer, who has worked with acts like Billy Idol, Lou Reed (backing him with Grace Jones & Debbie Harry) and most recently Rod Stewart. Early on Lorelei's singing, songwriting and arranging talent caught the attention of producer Nile Rodgers (Chic, Madonna, David Bowie), who recorded her songs with Sister Sledge, and Philip Bailey of Earth Wind and Fire with whom she sang featured vocal harmonies. Lorelei’s additional credit highlights include Chris Isaak, Miki Howard, Aaron Neville, Donny Osmond, Albert Collins and the We Are Family Foundation All Stars. She has appeared on the Grammy Awards (with Lou Reed), in various music videos, television shows and recordings. “I adore the music of Pink Floyd and I’m overjoyed to have a chance to sing their songs again with The Aussie Pink Floyd; the best Floyd tribute band in the world!”