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The Gilmour Project Brought The Sounds Of Pink Floyd To MGM

The Gilmour Project

The Gilmour Project

Kasim Sultan

Kasim Sultan

The Gilmour Project

The Gilmour Project

Prairie Prince

Prairie Prince

The Gilmour Project

The Gilmour Project

The Gilmour Project

The Gilmour Project

Prairie Prince

Prairie Prince

Kasim Sultan

Kasim Sultan

The Gilmour Project

The Gilmour Project

May 17, 2022

For those of you waiting for a Pink Floyd reunion, or even a David Gilmour solo show, you may have a long wait.  But Sunday night, the Gilmour Project was a void-filling pleasure, as well as a fantastic musical event!  Five extremely talented classic rock veterans played with an energy that was as much fun to watch, as it was to listen to.  Jeff Pevar and Mark Karan on guitars, Kasim Sultan on bass, Scott Guberman on keyboards, and Prairie Prince on drums,  are on the road celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Dark Side Of The Moon album, and it was a night well spent. 

They started this show differently for a specific reason.  Knowing that the Lunar Eclipse began at 10:27 pm, tonight's show stared with the "Assorted Lunatics" portion, which included "Comfortably Numb," "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," "Set The Controls," "One Of These Days," "Have A Cigar" and others. 

After a brief intermission, The Project started playing the Dark Side Album from start to finish.  To be listening to this masterpiece during the actual Lunar Eclipse was magical.  "Breathe," "Money" and "Us And Them" were all played with the polish and expertise you would expect.  Ending the evening with a snippet of "Sheep," leading right into "Dogs" from the Animals album was the perfect way to end this mystical, magical evening.  If you get a chance to experience the Gilmour Project while waiting for a "Floyd Fix," you don't want to miss it!

Review and photos by Dave Whitman