Join Australian Rock Collective – the supergroup comprised of Kram (Spiderbait), Darren Middle (Powderfinger), Mark Wilson (Jet) and Davey Lane (You Am I) – as they embark on a national tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of arguably the most successful concept album of all time, Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’.
Touring capital and regional cities around the country this June – July, ARC will perform ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ in its entirety, beginning to end, before returning to the stage to take on a selection of Pink Floyd favourites and classics.
‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ tour follows ARC’s unanimously praised renditions of Neil Young’s ‘Harvest’ and The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ live last year and the extended dates of The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ tours in 2019-2020.
Pink Floyd’s 8th studio album, ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’, was released in March 1973 and became one of the most successful and influential albums of all-time. Recorded at London’s Abbey Road Studios, the album’s 10 tracks include “Breathe (In the Air)”, “Time”, “Money”, “Us and Them”.
The masterpiece resided in the Billboard charts for 15 years and reportedly continues notch up approximately 250,000 sales annually, adding to the 45 million-plus it already boasts.