Have you heard the news?
Due to lockdown measures, the following shows have been postponed until further notice:
Beat Generator (Rescheduled for August 1st)
Prog in the Park - Dunfermline
Lux - Kirkintilloch
Depending on how long coronavirus lasts, more gigs may be rescheduled, we will keep you informed here and on facebook when we know more.
Stay safe and Shine on!
The Scottish Pink Floyd
to Headline Prog in the Park 2.0
The Scottish Pink Floyd will headline this year's Prog in the Park
in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.
Being for such a good cause, the band have
waived their fee for this event.
The line up includes 'Alan Reed and the Daughters of Expedience',
Long Earth and Winter Machine to name a few,
with Rush tribute Moving Pictures opening the day.
for tickets and more info
Steely Dan's generous
gift to the Scottish Floyd
A BIG thank you to Steely Dan and their production crew for offering members of the Scottish Pink Floyd tickets to their show at the SSE Hydro on Wednesday 20th February (which we gratefully accepted).
Steely Dan were rehearsing at the same studio complex as the Scottish Floyd when many of the crew got talking to our band, and happened to mention that they themselves were big Floyd fans.
When the day of the Steely Dan performance came around, members of the Scottish Floyd were delighted to be seated just 4 rows from the stage. We were recognised by a couple of the roadies who shouted: “Hey, it's Pink Floyd!” - probably to the confusion of the audience members around us.
Donald Fagan and the rest of the band put on great performances of classics such as ‘Rikki Don't Lose that Number’, ‘Dirty Work’ and ‘Reelin' in the Years’, with fantastic support from Steve Winwood.
Pink Floyd Road Manager and long time friend of Floyd stops by to say Hello
Production Manager Chris Addison stopped by to say ‘hello’ to the band today. Chris regularly keeps in touch with David, Roger and Nick and worked with them during ‘Meddle’ and ‘Dark Side of the Moon’. Chris felt particularly nostalgic listening to our version of Arnold Layne; praising our band as "bloody fantastic". Chris can be heard on ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ saying phrases such as: "I've been mad for f**king years, over the edge for yonks working with bands” (Speak to Me) and"Yeah absolutely in the right!" (Money).
Chris can be seen in the video (left) at 1min 45s, where he is being playfully teased by the Floyd. He told us that he continues to see the guys regularly whenever he's in town and plans on visiting Nick during the US leg of his ‘Saucerful of Secrets’ tour. We asked him to say ‘hello’ to Nick from us!
Under New Management
With a new year comes a new start for the band. Our new manager David has experience with marketing, visuals, audio production and has booked many bands and tribute shows for venues in Glasgow.
He will be joined by PR Manager Kimberely, an avid Floyd fan with years of experience in PR.
The band have continued to go from strength to strength. Expect to see something special in the next year!
New addition to the band
The Scottish Pink Floyd are pleased to welcome Graham Millar on board, playing tenor sax in the band. Graham has had years of experience playing sax in previous Floyd tributes and is a welcome addition to the Scottish Pink Floyd family
From this moment, the Scottish Pink Floyd will no longer be represented by the RB Music Management team or associated with Robert Brogan. We would ask that any enquiries or dealings with the band be sent to
As a result, we have constructed a new Facebook page and Instagram and would ask you to share amongst your contacts to allow us to reach our old fan base. Thank you all for your support and continue to Shine On brothers and sisters.