The Pink Floyd tribute band Us & Them takes the Bluesboro stage on Murfreesboro’s Public Square on Saturday, Nov. 19, to perform the best-selling album “Dark Side of the Moon.”
Admission for the 8 p.m. show is $8 per person, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit scholarships for MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry.
Us & Them includes MTSU recording-industry professors Bill Crabtree and Cosette Collier and engineer Dale Brown and Computer Information Systems professor Amy Hennington, along with graduate student Matt Leigh. Us & Them also features Steve Holeman, John Nichols, Stacey Lee and Candace Warner, and recording-industry majors Taylor Bray and Jeff Braun will mix the performance.
The idea to perform “Dark Side of the Moon,” Pink Floyd’s most commercially successful album, arose during rehearsals for a cover band called 2nd & Vine. That group includes several Us & Them members and is scheduled to open for Us & Them on Saturday night.
Us & Them’s debut in fall 2010 at a benefit performance for Autism Speaks netted almost $2,000 from a packed house as well as a standing ovation.
“Dark Side of the Moon,” which has sold more than 15 million copies in the United States alone, spawned two singles, “Money” and “Us and Them.”
For more information about the show, including reserved seating, contact Holeman at 615-995-6013 or Steve@SteveHoleman.com.
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