Any Colour You Like
The Pink Floyd Tribute Band

20th ANNIVERSARY OF A BAND WHO PLAY PINK FLOYD FOR CHARITY

Any Colour You Like celebrate 20 years of playing the best of Pink Floyd for charity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6nANPN3e9w&feature=g-upl

The original Pink Floyd tribute band is back!! -- Any Colour You Like (Formerly 'In The Flesh') are an 11 Piece Pink Floyd Tribute band formed in 1994 and based in and around London, England.

Any Colour You Like play only for Charity. The band’s proceeds of the show is going this time to the charity for The Dreadnought Seamen's Hospital Society, not McMillan’s.

The full production 2 set show includes the whole of Dark Side of the Moon/Us & Them/ Money/Comfortably Numb/Another Brick in the Wall etc...

The band, a Brainchild of Manager John Bigby, was formed in 1994, consisting of members of the London based band 'Incubus' (Not to be confused with the American rock band from Calabasas, California).

The Band continued on top form over the next 9 years, more than often filling Theatres and packing out Pubs and Venues, and further expanding their line-up to 9 members.

The Band have also played at Arsenal Football Club's Highbury Stadium several times on Match days before they moved to the Emirates.

Unfortunately, in 2006, June Steele, the wife of Alan Steele (Keyboardist) became severely ill, which eventually led to the slow dissolving of the Band over time.

In December 2011, one month after the tragic death of June Steele, 2 of the Original Members (Alan and Ray Steele) decided it was time to reunite the Band, this time focusing on playing for Charity and in the hopes of Donating all profit made to the Chelmsford based Farleigh's Hospice, as a way to say thank you for all of the fantastic work and help that they had provided June Steele and her family in her final days.

With the Addition of 2 new members, bringing the total number of members to 9, the newly re-named 'Any Colour You Like' are back to provide Audiences with their true-to-the-original, exciting and skillful performances of many of Pink Floyd's greatest works.