On Saturday, May 25 at 7:00pm, the Big Island performance group All That is Now is bringing the progressive psychedelic sounds of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album to Kona with an appearance at Privateer’s Cove. The entirety of the album will be performed. Ticket info below.
When Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album was released in 1973, it was an enormous success: with the album selling 45 million copies worldwide and remaining on the Billboard charts for almost two decades, it became internationally recognized as a musical masterpiece. The love of the album remains to this day, a passion for which inspired the creation of All That is Now, a collaboration of 11 Big Island Musicians in an effort to replicate an extraordinary album made eternally famous by Pink Floyd. The group has had two successful shows at Kahilu Theatre and Palace Theater and look forward to bringing the show to the Kona community.
All That is Now is comprised of Dan Brauer on guitar and vocals, Lee Glennan on vocals, Robby Malovic on bass, Chris Wilson on drums, Jocelyn Michelle on Hammond organ, Scott Van Spronsen on keyboard, Lauren Broido on slide guitar, Ian Work on saxophone, and Stephanie Lou Tatum, Cayenne Clarke and Alicia Maher on vocals.
Formerly recognized as the Hualalai Theatre, the theatre within Privateer’s Cove is a part of the Pirates Outreach Community Center, a venture taken on by the restaurant’s owner to give all generations a space to experience the arts. The members of All That is Now saw it as the perfect space for members of the community to embark on this thematic musical journey.
If You Go…
What: All That Is Now – Tribute to Dark Side of the Moon
Where: Privateer’s Cove (formerly Hualalai Theatre & Shorebreak Church), 75-170 Hualalai Rd,Kailua-Kona.
Tickets: $25.00 in advance and $30.00 at the door and can be found at Brown Paper Tickets: https://darksidekona.brownpapertickets.com
Read our review of the 2018 Pink Floyd tribute concert at the Kahilu Theatre: https://bigislandmusic.net/pink-floyd-tribute-concert-keeps-legacy-alive/