Think Floyd, the first
Pink Floyd tribute band in the UK, were
formed in South London, England in May 1994 by four talented
and experienced musicians and songwriters.
When they played "Comfortably Numb"
for the first time in a pub in Forest Hill ithe audience
response was amazing, they knew they had made the right
The band's popularity grew and they went on to perform
at many major venues including the Royal Festival
Hall in London, England .
Their live repertoire has included the classic masterpieces
from "Dark Side of The Moon", "Animals"
and "The Wall" as well as old favourites such
as Arnold Layne and Bike and more recent material from "The
Many of the Think Floyd fans in the audience
would say how they would love to hear new Floyd Music, and
so the members of the band were inspired to write their
own songs influenced by the writing of Roger Waters,
David Gilmour, Rick Wright, Nick Mason and of course
In 1997 the band decided that it was time to use their
experience and musicianship to write their own original
material and so set themselves apart from the standard tribute
bands. As established and experienced songwriters with this
was no problem and Think Floyd soon had
their first album
This was a successful move. Their own CDs Hope
and Beyond Boundaries
have received worldwide critical acclaim and have
sold thousands of copies all over the world.
The album Hope
is available for download on many of the official
MP3 download sites including iTunes and now
is available from Amazon.
Think Floyd's 2nd album "Beyond
Boundaries" got a great review from Michael
Simone on the Roger
Waters Fan Club website.
Explore this site to read about their History,
music, CDs, Albums
and see early
Photos and more ...
When Tony Red, founder member and bass player, was no longer able to play live due
to Multiple Sclerosis - he recorded a solo album - Postive Waves. This CD has the
same touch of musical genius as the songs that he wrote for Hope and Beyond Boundaries
As the number of tribute bands worldwide seem to grow every
day we have now added pages on those bands that have now
joined the Floyd Tribute Act bandwagon from all over the
World. These bands have been been reviewed on the pages
of the World Pink Floyd tribute bands.
We now have a Pink
Floyd News Section with news stories and reports