On Saturday, December 30th, Pink Talking Fish will perform the music of Pink Floyd, The Talking Heads, Phish, and The Allman Brothers Band at Irving Plaza for a Phish after-party in NYC. The “Pink Talking Fish: Tied To The Whipping Post” set will start after the Phish show ends on Saturday night, giving plenty of time for concert-goers to make it from Madison Square Garden in time.
“Pink Talking Fish was asked to do something special for the Peach Music Festival this year and we decided to add the music of The Allman Brothers into the mix,” explains PTF bassist Eric Gould. “We performed a full rendition of the classic album Eat A Peach while intertwining Pink Floyd, The Talking Heads and Phish songs throughout the album cuts. The Allman Brothers music was a beautiful fit into the mix of PTF. We had so much fun and couldn’t wait to make it happen again!” He goes on to say, “Performing a Phish Afterparty in NYC is the perfect place to reprise this concept. Instead of performing the Eat A Peach album, PTF will free up the concept so we can add in some of our other favorite songs from The Allman Brothers’ catalog. This is going to be one helluva show!”
Pink Talking Fish is a Hybrid Tribute Fusion Act that takes the music from three of the world’s most beloved bands and creates a special treat for fans of the music. Pink Floyd, The Talking Heads, Phish, and of course, The Allman Brothers Band are all more than just bands… they are Phenomenons. Their creations have artistically inspired people and their mind-blowing live performances have brought people together to form a special sense of community around the love for their favorite band(s).
Although the music from each act is different, Pink Talking Fish has discovered that fusing the material together creates an amazing story. The epic emotion of Pink Floyd, the funky, danceable layerings of The Talking Heads, the multitude of styles, unique compositional structures and pure fun of Phish… To merge these three into one gives music lovers a special experience beyond comprehension! With the music of the Allman Brothers Band thrown into the mix, this 12/30 show is expected to bring PTF to a whole new level. Tickets are currently on-sale here.