AN annual treat for rock fans is fast approaching.
Tribute band MacFloyd will be playing to what promises to be a packed Paisley Town Hall on Friday, November 14.
The band returns to town after two sold-out performances in the past two years to perform a varied mix of Pink Floyd classics.
They will perform tracks from the early days of the ‘Saucerful of Secrets’ and ‘Meddle’ albums, through to the heart of Pink Floyd’s 70s productions such as the ‘Dark Side of the Moon’, ‘Wish You Were Here’, ‘Animals’ and ‘The Wall’, finally taking a journey to the 80s and more recent releases from ‘The Final Cut’, ‘A Momentary Lapse of Reason’ and ‘The Division Bell’.
And this year’s show will feature songs never performed by MacFloyd in their previous appearances here.
A spokesman said: “Their fans are in for a real treat of 70’s psychedelia, lasers and special effects made all the more poignant this year after the untimely death of one of Pink Floyd’s founding members, Richard Wright, in September.”
MacFloyd started over 10 years ago in the Glasgow and Lanarkshire pub and club circuit, hitting the big time recently with their recent gig in the Glasgow Pavilion where they played to over 1,000 people.
Now is the time to book tickets for this show.
Tickets cost £12 (£10) and are available from the box office at Paisley Arts Centre, or via phone on 0141 887 1010.